Tackling Health Inequalities  Through a Practical Approach to Population Health Management 

Online learning sessions available on population health management and managing health inequalities, facilitated by NAPC and hosted by the Leadership and Lifelong Learning Team in the Midlands. 
The facilitators for these sessions are Dr Nav Chana, Annabel Beasley and Andy Mullins, who will be providing a practical insight into population health management and managing health inequalities. By the end of this webinar, participants should understand the essentials of Population Health Managementan increasingly important concept behind new care model development, in particular: 
Be reminded of the social determinants of health and wellbeing 
Have a base level understanding of what is involved in taking a population health approach 
Understand how population health management is key to tackling health inequalities 
Webinars will be run over MS Teams and repeated on 4 occasions: 
Friday 16th October 2020, 12:30-14:30 
Wedesday 18th November 2020, 12:30-14:30 
Wednesday 13th January 2021, 12:30-14:30 
Wednesday 10th February 2021, 12:30-14:30 

Improving Cardiovascular Outcomes In Type 2 Diabetes 

19th November 2020, AstraZeneca will hold their promotional meeting about Improving Cardiovascular Outcomes In Type 2 Diabetes. 
The content of this meeting is intended for the following roles only: 
General Practitioner; Practice Nurse; Hospital Doctor; Hospital Nurse; Clinical Pharmacist; Dietitian 
Meeting Agenda: 
19:30 Introduction 
Dean Rowntree Astrazeneca 
19:40 Improving Cardiovascular Outcomes In Type 2 Diabetes 
Dr Yassir Javaid 
20:40 Discussion with Q and A 
21:00 Meeting End 
Please Register Prior To The Meeting! 
Contact: Dean Rowntree - 07879430892 

NEPSEC Cervical Sample Taker Initial Training - November 2020 Cohort 

Aims of the Course: To ensure that on completion of the course the Health Care Professional (HCP) is competent in taking cervical samples for the purpose of the NHS Cervical Screening Programme (NHSCSP) 
To provide HCPs involved in the NHSCSP with a sound theoretical base to support the practice of sample taking 
To ensure that HCPs involved in the NHSCSP are competent in obtaining high quality cervical screening samples through supervised practice and independent external assessment of competence according to national benchmarks 
To encourage HCPs to review their competencies regularly as part of their own professional development 
Nine Month Training Component: 
Attending a blended learning course covering the theory of the NHS Cervical Screening Programme in line with the Public Health England guidance 
Up to 9 months practical training and visiting a Cytology Laboratory and Colposcopy Clinic during this period 
Arrange and complete an independent external assessment Submission of a Personal Training Record Book toevidence knowledge, reflective practice and a sampling audit 
Course Accreditation: These events are granted 14 study hours accredited by the Royal College of Nursing Centre for Professional Accreditation 
Who can apply? 
Any registered nurse, midwife, doctor or physician associate or nursing associate who will be becoming actively involved in the Cervical Screening Programme. 
As a large component of the course entails sample taking, it is expected that the applicant will have access to a clinical setting for training. 
Expressions of interest should be made to the NEPSEC Administration Team: 
Course Length: It is expected that the student will complete all components within 9 months post attendance or participation in a blended learning theoretical study course, which will consist of both distance learning, video-link session and face-to-face practical/ simulation sessions. 
The blended learning programme consists of: 
Self-directed learning and live virtual sessions w/c 2nd November 2020 
Face-to-face training half day session on either 11th or 12th November 2020 at [Venue TBC] 
Cost of the course: £550 per person 
Details of the programme and joining instructions can be found here. 

Wound Club - Online Training for Health and Social Care Staff 

Introducing Wound Club Online: A quick, convenient and complementary educational resource, built to help clinicians enhance their knowledge and refresh their understanding of the key areas of wound management. 
Wound Club Online hosts a series of short free videos for individual or team training, with 5 minute and 15-minute options. On completion of our 15-minute modules, a certificate will be available for NMC/CPD revalidation. 
Content will be released weekly with the first module being released on Tuesday 29th September 2020. 
Keep up to date - Subscribe to their YouTube Channel Now! 

The Placement Educator COVID-19 Special 

The Notts ICS AHP Faculty and University partners would like to invite Placement Educators to take part in their Virtual Covid-19 Special updates. These informative sessions will include the chance to engage in a question and answer session with your areas University placement providers around the continued support and safety measures that need to be implemented in placement settings.  
The Placement Educator Special also includes engagement with Covid-19 pre-session resources produced by Sheffield Hallam University, The University of Nottingham, The University of Lincoln 
Contact the Nottingham AHP Faculty team directly for any questions: 
Registration Links: 
Sheffield Hallam University 
October 13th 10-1pm 
December 2nd 10-1pm 
The University of Nottingham 
The University of Lincoln: Email with choice of date and subject 'COVID19 special' 


Our NMC SSSA transition training is available, book now! 
New to Practice opportunities are available 
Currently under development: 
NMC Supervisor and Assessor courses 
Clinical supervision 


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