Multi-Professional Support Unit (MPSU) Resources
Resources from MPSU events
These resources are shared to assist with self-study and enhancement of learning from the MPSU educational events that have previously run.
Overview of the Structure of Primary Care and the Local NHS
Overview of the structure of primary care and some basics of how it is funded and organised (including Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF))
How practices are working together in Primary Care Networks (PCNs) and federations, and how the ARRS roles fit into these
Overview of the local Integrated Care Partnerships (ICPs) and Integrated Care System (ICS) and how PCNs fit in to these
Discussion and Q&A
NATH Clinical Supervision Course
To describe the breadth of clinical supervision.
To apply educational theory to clinical supervision.
To compose a de-brief and tutorial.
To apply feedback models
To be aware of workplace based assessments.
To manage colleagues in difficulty.
Introduction to Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme (ARRS)
Introduction to NATH and MPSU
Introduction to Primary Care Networks (PCNs), Funding and ARRS roles.
Amy Smith (Occupational Therapist)
Paul Wade (Paramedic)
Depak Patel (Pharmacist)
Emma Swearman (Health and Wellbeing Coach)
Owen Moore (First contact Physio lead)
Q&A, Feedback and Future events
Dealing with Difficult Consultations
This event covers an overview of challenges faced, when dealing with difficult consultations.
Dr Saira Jawaid and Sarah Partridge share tips on how to handle a variety of difficult patient encounters in clinical practice in an informative and interactive session with case scenarios, to enable you with key skills on managing challenging consultations in everyday practice.
Introduction to Consultation Skills
Effective consultations are essential for delivering patient-centred care. Applying effective consultation skills will help to improve the care that is provided to patients, while at the same time promoting the respect and recognition of your role within primary care.
Join us to look at the theory and application of consultations skills within both face to face and telephone settings, with the aim of improving your confidence and effectiveness in practice. It hopes to be interactive and will include opportunities for you to apply your learning in a safe (and fun!) environment.