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Nursing and Midwifery Council Student Supervision Emergency Standard 

In response to requests from educators and clinical placement providers to help relieve current pressures, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) have already reintroduced one of the emergency standards in relation to Student Supervision and Assessment. Emergency standard E5.1 allows students to be supervised and assessed by the same person during this period. Adoption of this standard is optional. 

Future Nurse Event Video 

This is a recording of an evening event held to help enthuse, encourage and prepare potential nursing students. It is aimed at year 11-13s but is suitable for anyone considering a career in nursing including entering as a mature student. 
 
The Q&A session of the Future Nurse event is also available on our YouTube. Subscribe for more videos in the future! 

GPN Fundamentals Programme - Evaluation Report 

A university course has been developed for nurses who are new to working in general practice. GPN Fundamentals provides nurses with the knowledge and clinical skills training to enable them to work in primary care. The course also forms part of the New to Practice Scheme available to newly qualified nurses. 
University of Nottingham have recently completed an evaluation of the courses. 
 
In Nottingham & Nottinghamshire we have already had a number of nurses completed the programme at De Montfort University (DMU). 
Maybe you have a nurse vacancy and hadn't considered a nurse without experience- get in touch to find out more about the fully funded opportunities. 
 
Download the evaluation reports here: 

COVID-19 Vaccination E-learning Programme 

Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare has worked in partnership with Public Health England and NHS England and NHS Improvement to develop the COVID-19 Vaccination e-learning programme. The e-learning programme is designed to provide the health and care workforce involved in the national COVID-19 vaccination programme with the knowledge they need to confidently promote high uptake of the vaccine and deliver the vaccine programme effectively. 
The programme currently consists of one core knowledge session, which covers subjects including vaccine eligibility and legal aspects, and an accompanying multiple-choice assessment session. All those undertaking this e-learning should complete the core knowledge session as this is designed to provide essential knowledge about COVID-19 and the key principles of vaccination needed to deliver the vaccine. 
 
This e-learning programme provides theoretical training. Practical training in vaccine administration, and assessment and sign-off competency is also required before administering the COVID-19 vaccine. 
 
Learners should also complete the vaccine specific session(s), when available, which will provide more detailed information about the vaccine(s). The assessment sessions should be completed after each knowledge session. More vaccine-specific sessions will be added as and when more COVID-19 vaccines become available. 
 
Additional, complementary, e-learning sessions including Basic Life Support, anaphylaxis and statutory and mandatory training are available to support vaccinators’ training and education. 

HEE Covid-19 resurge guidance  

A guidance from NHS Health Education England (HEE) which contains general Covid-19 information for the period October 2020 onwards. It will provide guidance and information from HEE, which is applicable to all students and trainees. This document will be updated on a regular basis, in response to changes in Government advice and local restrictions.  
Please check HEE website back regularly for the most up to date guidance. 

Cancer Early Diagnosis Courses 

GatewayC’s interactive online courses are all RCGP accredited and can be used to earn CPD credits. Courses are also supported by Cancer Research UK, Macmillan Cancer Support and other major cancer charities, where appropriate.  
 
Their courses are developed by GPs and other specialists, providing valuable insights from those regularly dealing with specific cancers. All courses are regularly reviewed and updated to reflect new clinical guidance, with new modules in development for other cancers. 
 
If you would like to discuss a specific request for an additional cancer course to meet your practice/authority/regions needs, please contact the GatewayC team at gatewayc@christie.nhs.uk. 
 
Early Diagnosis Courses include: 
Poster advertising Free Online Cancer Education courses for primary care professionals
Lung Cancer 
Colorectal Cancer 
Pancreatic Cancer 
Brain Tumour 
Lymphoma 
Myeloma 
Prostate Cancer - Responding to a PSA Screening Request 
Chronic Leukaemia 
Metastatic Prostate Cancer 
Symptomatic Prostate Cancer 
Faecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) 
Acute Leukaemia 
Stomach Cancer 
Lung Cancer - End of Life Care 
Colorectal Cancer - Term Complications 
Improving the Quality of Your Referral 

Perinatal Mental Health Resource 

The Perinatal Mental Health programme has been designed to help educate and develop the workforce caring for people with perinatal mental health issues. 
 
This programme currently provides courses across three key areas: 
Perinatal Mental Health 
Perinatal Mental Health for Health Visitors 
Perinatal Mental Health for Occupational Therapists. 
 
 

Lower Limb - Recommendations for Clinical Care 

The Lower Limb Clinical Workstream is developing recommendations and information to support the prevention and care of leg and foot ulcers.  
 
The workstream is responsible for: 
Scoping the evidence base to identify current relevant evidence. 
Drafting evidence-informed recommendations to reduce unwarranted variation, improve safety and optimise patient experience and outcomes. 
Identifying evidence gaps where further research is needed. 
Identifying areas of unmet need to inform innovation. 
Outputs from the Lower Limb Workstream: 
A draft minimum data set for Lower Limb Assessment. 
Resources for clinicians, patients and carers to support lower limb care. 
In consultation with NHS England and NHS Improvement, a Lower Limb CQUIN for Community Nursing Services. Further information for organisations wishing to implement the CQUIN can be found through the NHS Futures NWCSP platform. To request access, please email NatWoundStrat@yhahsn.com 
In consultation with NHS England and NHS Improvement, recommendations about lower limb care are now included in the Framework for Enhanced Health in Care Homes. 
Information about post-registration/postgraduate wound care education for wound care specialist clinicians. 

Easy Read Flu Vaccination Awareness Leaflet 

This leaflet is an easy read flu vaccination awareness leaflet for people with a learning disability or people working or caring for those with a learning disability. An original flu leaflet has been developed by NATH and this leaflet has been made into an easy read document by Nottinghamshire County Council colleague. 
 
Flu can lead to complications that can be fatal for vulnerable groups. It is important that people understand vaccinations can prevent them from becoming unwell, and vaccinations also reduce the risk of the spread of infection therefore protecting others. 

Flu Vaccine Myth Busting 

Flu is an acute viral infection which can spread rapidly in closed communities. Common complications of flu can be bronchitis and/or pneumonia which can be fatal in some vulnerable population groups. Flu and associated complications cause around 8,000 deaths on average a year in England – and in some recent years this figure has exceeded 26,000 deaths. The flu vaccine is recommended for all frontline health and social care workers in England and offers the best and safest protection against flu. The flu vaccination is FREE for frontline health and social care workers, and not only protects us but prevents the spread of the virus to family members, the people we care for and the community
 
A collaborative piece of work by Nottinghamshire County Council, Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub and Fosse Healthcare has been developed to help bust some flu myths, and to raise awareness for the importance of health and social care staff having the flu vaccine and protecting our vulnerable population groups. 
Protect yourself, protect others – Get the flu vaccine! 

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