Video Group Consultation Webinar
Join this one-hour webinar by Redmoor Health as they discuss the value of video group clinics and how this new way to review and support your patients with long term health conditions is helping to create time and build practice resilience through person centred digital transformation.
This briefing will provide the opportunity to experience a video group clinic and explore how you might use video group clinics to help you improve quality and efficiency during COVID19 and beyond.
You will discover the ways video group clinics help improve access and support patients’ wellbeing and the benefits for your clinical team, including:
Realising up to 80% clinician time efficiency gains (review 6-8 patients in 30 minutes)
Maintain mandated reviews like QOF and other types of follow up care, despite the challenges of social distancing
Support high risk groups to self manage and make lifestyle change
Help to alleviate and overcome loneliness and anxiety; build community and emotional resilience by connecting your vulnerable patients
Support retention and flexible home working for clinicians
Restore joy to practice; reduce line working and burn out
Build integrated working and practice team resilience
If you are interested in accessing training to set up and run VGCs., Redmoor Health will also signpost you to training opportunities in your area.
Date And Time
Tue, 3 November 2020
12:30 – 13:30 GMT
Midlands Leadership for Personalised Care Programme Virtual Training Programme
The virtual training programme is open to all across health and social care
Outline of the Programme:
Module 1: Introduction to Leadership in Personalised Care – starts 25 November – hold the date!
Module 2: Personalised Care in a complex system – starts in January 2021
Module 3: Collaborative leadership for Personalised Care – Starts in February 2021
Module 4: Personalising leadership for wellbeing, equality and inclusion – starts in March 2021
To register your interest in any of the modules please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
#ChooseGP Applications for GP Training Opening
You’ve got this far. How do you explore the world of GP and try it on for size? It’s not so easy if your GP placement was years ago - if at all! By now you may have more questions than answers.
You can always ask another doctor (we can help you arrange that) or get a broader perspective by searching for thoughts and views online. Facebook has many doctor forums and groups (including Choose GP.) Follow organisations on Twitter, RCGP, BMJ, BMA, or see what specific GPs are working on in your area. Reach out and get in touch.
GPs are specialists in primary care. Remember as a doctor or consultant (yes many switch to GP training) you already have valuable skills and experience.
If you want to pin down some of the detail, applicant guidance, recruitment timeline and area maps with local options are a good place to start.
Talk to newly qualified or experienced GPs, trainees and trainers in your area with similar interests and ask them directly. E-mail Daryl and the team email@example.com to help you find connections.
Clinical Entrepreneur Training Programme
The Clinical Entrepreneur training programme is a workforce development programme for clinical and non-clinical NHS staff, run by NHS England and NHS Improvement’s Innovation, Research and Life Sciences group. The programme welcomes applications from a diverse range of clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals with an interest in entrepreneurship and innovation – could this be you or someone you know?
It is the biggest entrepreneurial workforce development programme of its kind, aiming to provide the commercial skills, knowledge and experience needed to successfully develop and spread innovative solutions to the challenges facing the NHS for the benefit of patients, staff and the wider NHS. More than 500 individuals including doctors, dentists, healthcare scientists, nurses and midwives, allied health professionals and pharmacists, have joined the programme since it launched in 2016.
The programme offers expert mentoring, exclusive networking, and bespoke training to develop innovative ideas into products and businesses to benefit NHS patients. The curriculum covers all aspects of setting up and running a small business, including attracting investors, applying for funding, and ensuring appropriate corporate governance. Training on how to build a start-up, and how to operate in this highly charged environment, is delivered as a series of educational events attended by industry mentors. The programme allows entrepreneurs to pursue their innovation without having to leave the health service, providing a wider benefit to economic growth through inward investment in the health, social care and life science sectors.
To apply for a place on the programme you need to register for an account on the Programme Management Office Research Management System. This guidance document provides advice on the application process. The deadline for applications is 1pm on 13 October 2020.
This year, the recruitment process will be conducted virtually, to allow for social distancing. You may be invited to have a follow-up call, as part of the application process, and these will take place between 30 November 2020 and the 9 December 2020. The outcome of your application will be notified in January 2021.
To find out more about applying, please join their webinar on Thursday 8 October, 7pm to 8.15pm
Recognising Deterioration RESTORE2
NATH are working with system partners to deliver RESTORE2 training to social care providers in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. They are also able to provide sessions to those working in Primary Care to facilitate conversations.
What is RESTORE
RESTORE2 stands for: Recognise Early Soft-signs, Take Observations, Respond, Escalate. It is designed to support homes and health professionals to:
Recognise when a resident may be deteriorating or at risk of physical deterioration
Act appropriately according to the resident’s care plan to protect and manage the resident
Obtain a complete set of physical observations to inform escalation and conversations with health professionals
Speak with the most appropriate health professional in a timely way to get the right support
Provide a concise escalation history to health professionals to support their professional decision making
View the AHSN Network website to access a number of resources support with managing deterioration in adults.
British Geriatrics Society - Managing the COVID-19 pandemic in care homes for older people. This guidance has been developed to help care home staff and NHS staff to support residents through the pandemic.
You can also access powerpoint about managing and responding to early deterioration.
Advanced Practice Virtual Conference 2020
This year, for the very first time, Health Education England’s national conference for advanced practitioners is being held online as a virtual event on Monday 9 November and Thursday 12 November 2020.
The annual free to attend collaborative event brings together practitioners, educators, employers and researchers from across the country to share best practice, collaborate, network and to hear the latest news about how advanced practice is helping to deliver the national healthcare agenda.
Featuring a mixture of live, pre-recorded and in interactive sessions available on-demand, attendees will also have more flexibility to fit around their availability, as well as saving time and resources on travel and accommodation.
Proposed conference schedule
Monday 9 November – Welcome and introduction, and keynotes (9 am – 11 am), on-demand workshops open from 11 am
Thursday 12 November – Introductions, workshop feedback, regional sessions (10.30m – 1.30 pm)
Conference Registration will open at 9am on Monday 21 September 2020.
We support 3 communities of practices -
Social prescribers, practice managers and the independent care sector. To find out more, get in touch.
Second cohort for GPA will launch October 2020