Online update for any GP nurse educators working in South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw who currently take (or want to take) student nurses on placement. Suitable for Practice Supervisors and Practice Assessors, this 90-minute lunchtime session hosted by the Sheffield Hallam Barnsley Link Lecturer Anita McCrum in association with the Training Hub will cover:
- Latest changes in NMC Standards for Education and Training,
- Update on SHU curriculum/ placements in the light of current Covid guidance
- Practical suggestions for meeting competencies in General Practice,
- How to request a MYE PAD account,
- Useful websites, links and contact information
- Opportunities to ask questions.
This session will be recorded and added to the Practice Nurse Educator Resources page on the Training Hub website. This 90-minute session can be used for revalidation purposes- please contact us to request a certificate of evidence.
To suggest topics that you would like the SHU Link team to cover, or to request a Zoom link to the session, please contact us.
Online training for anyone employed by a PCN under the ARRS
Every primary care network (PCN) is appointing new professionals to work in general practice through the additional roles reimbursement scheme (ARRS). There has never been a time when it is more essential that these new professionals, many of whom may not have worked in general practice before, hit the ground running. To do this they need to understand the way GP practices operate, deepen their understanding of PCNs and how their roles support the development of multi-disciplinary teams in neighbourhoods.
In this virtual event, delegates will explore how their roles may work in and across the practices in their PCNs. The workshop will provide an overview of the context for PCNs, outline the range of ARRS roles that each PCN can recruit and explore how these roles fit within primary care and the wider health and social care agenda.
The workshop will share learning from previous schemes to support new staff to operate effectively within and across networks and work as part of integrated multi-disciplinary teams.
This 3 hour online Zoom workshop uses a blended approach of information and knowledge sharing, self-reflection and group work. The session will be interactive, allowing time for discussion and questions. It will encourage delegates to share experience and hints and tips to help embed their roles effectively into the practices making up their PCNs.
Anyone appointed by a PCN under the additional roles reimbursement scheme (ARRS) should attend.
Tuesday 30th March 2021 09.30am- 12.30pm (via Zoom)
Important booking information:
Delegates with a package of support must use their booking code to prevent charges. If you are not sure if your organisation has a package of support, please
contact pcc events before making a booking.
Delegates with discounted places must use their booking code to ensure the discount is applied.
Please note that discounts and other concessions must be claimed at the time of booking. They cannot be applied retrospectively.
All other places are charged at £175 excluding VAT.
By booking a place at this event, you agree to be bound by PCC terms and conditions.
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Sheffield Accountable Health Partnership in association with Sheffield CCG and Peak Health Coaching have developed a 1-day online course in Health & Wellbeing coaching, which can be undertaken at either Foundation or Intermediate level.
Health and Wellbeing Coaching enables people to gain the knowledge, skills, tools and confidence to become active participants in their care so that they can reach their own goals.
Who are these course suitable for?
These courses are suitable for colleagues who work in Primary Care, including allied health professionals, practice nurses, HCAs, GPs, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, Link Workers, Social Prescribers and community care colleagues. They are free to colleagues who work in Sheffield (paid for by Sheffield CCG) and charged at £25 per person for colleagues outside of Sheffield.
What will participants be expected to do?
Participants will be expected to complete a pre course questionnaire to establish current levels of awareness about coaching approaches and what they would most value from the day. They will also be asked to undertake suggested pre reading including current documents concerning coaching in the personalised care agenda and to gain the commitment of their Line Manager/Supervisor to attend.
Foundation Course dates (24 places available) – choose preferred date:
- Wednesday 31st March, 9.30am – 4pm
- Thursday 6th May, 9.30am -4pm
- Wednesday 23rd June, 9.30am-4pm
Intermediate Course dates (12 places available) – choose preferred date:
- Thursday 29 April 2021, 9.30am – 4pm
- Thursday 20 May 2021, 9.30am – 4pm
- Wednesday 14 July 2021, 9.30am – 4pm
Please read the attached information for further information:
Foundation Level Course Information
Intermediate Level Course Information
To book a place, please complete the booking form below and email to email@example.com
Foundation Level Course booking form: click here
Intermediate Level Course booking form: click here
10th March 1pm- 2pm GMT
FREE but you must book your place:
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The Personalised Care Institute (PCI) sets the standards for training in personalised care for all NHS healthcare professionals in England, including the additional roles reimbursed by the Network Contract Directed Enhanced Service (DES).
This webinar will focus on the new Health Coach, Care Co-ordinator and Social Prescribing Link Worker roles, and will provide practical advice and expertise on training and support for these roles including supervision, with an opportunity to share experiences and good practice.
This webinar will be of interest to anyone within PCNs or member practices involved in developing and supporting these roles or to individuals who undertake them.
Dr Pauline Foreman, Clinical Director Personalised Care Institute
Jim Phillips, Personalised Care Group NHSE/I
Bev Taylor, Operations Director National Academy for Social Prescribing