Third Party Training & Events - All Staff
Training For All Staff
Please do not contact Wessex LMCs about these training events & programmes. These are just being advertised here for your information.
FREE coaching and mentoring for GPs and all GP staff in Hants, IOW, Dorset & S Wilts
https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/ (E-Learning for Healthcare Programmes)
www.pcc-cic.org.uk/elearning (E-Learning for Healthcare professionals, various courses)
http://wessexahsn.org.uk/events (FREE events from the Wessex Academic Health Science Network)
http://www.surgerynetwork.org.uk/training/ (Maximise your Prescriptions service Requirements)
http://www3.hants.gov.uk/pact/pact-courses/pact-coursefinder.htm?q=pact (Various courses from Hampshire County Council)
Network for Practices Training Calendar (Various clinical and non clinical courses)
TAG Medical Training Calendar (BLS / Fire Safety / COSHH / Safeguarding / CQC / Health & Safety)
Wiseguy Training: Non clinical Training Programme Sept to Dec 2019
Chaperoning in General Practice
Understanding Pathology Results
Coaching the Coaches
Introduction to Practice Management
Coaching the Coaches
CSU Medical Terminology
The CSU will run medical terminology course free of charge for practices in:
For more information please contact: 0300 123 5678 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Various CSU Courses:
A Polypharmacy e learning module available through Blue Stream Academy
usual log in required , or ask your manager to assign to your profile of learning resources. NB 62% practices use Blue Stream for their mandatory learning resources )
The session is complied by Dr Martin Duerden, academic GP and author of the Kings Fund's seminal publication on Polypharmacy. It uses a good mix of slides, video and open questions and is primarily aimed aimed at all prescribers in primary care. It also covers deprescribing and the role of patient decision aids in shared care decisions.
An e learning module for prescription clerks /practice medicines co-ordinators
This role is carried out by non-clinicians but is critical to the safe use of medicines in primary care and HEE has enable this resource to be freely used by all CCGs in the South
(available at https://www.prescqipp.info/learning/prescqipp-e-learning/ access via your named CCG s medicines optimisation team )
The course is designed to be completed in stages and not finished in one sitting and aims to primarily improve medicines safety as well as improve satisfaction for patients and staff, reduce medicines waste and help make savings.
Polypharmacy Action Learning Sets identifying the barriers that prevent primary care prescribers from stopping inappropriate medicines
Developed primarily for GPs and non medical prescribers working with multi-morbid patients these are based on work undertaken in Yorkshire and Humber AHSN.
Session 1: Polypharmacy – the scale, impact and challenges around stopping medicines safely.
Session 2: Shared decision making, the evidence and tools to help conduct high quality medication reviews
Session 3: Workshop and facilitated discussions with local care of the elderly consultants to share experience of medication reviews and consolidate learning.
Safeguarding Training for all staff in Bournemouth and Poole: contact: Bournemouth Borough Council
Workforce Development & Training Service - Social Care
T: 01202 456700 E: Deborah.Savage@bournemouth.gov.uk