Free Online Training:  Annual Health Checks for People with a Learning Disability 

FREE, short (30 minutes) and snappy webinars on how and why we do Annual Health Checks for People with Learning Disabilities 
For anyone working in General Practice who wants to learn more 
Covers what is needed for QOF 
Written and presented by General Practice Nurses with a special interest in Learning Disabilities 
CPD certificate for your portfolio available 
27th January - 7:00 to 7:40 pm - Fully booked! 
8th February - 7:00 to 7:40 pm - Fully booked! 
26th February - 7:00 to 7:40 pm 
8th March - 7:00 to 7:40 pm 
26th March - 7:00 to 7:40 pm 

Prescribing E-learning 

The SCRIPT e-learning programme for the primary care workforce consists of a range of modules on topics relating to prescribing and medicines safety in the primary care setting. 
Modules are categorised into four different areas: 
Principles of prescribing 
Prescribing in medical emergencies 
Prescribing in special circumstances 
Therapeutic groups 
Each module takes from approximately 60 minutes to complete. All course materials have been authored by a team of expert healthcare professionals and are regularly reviewed and updated. 
What are the benefits of using the SCRIPT e-learning programmes? 
Safer prescribing: SCRIPT enhances knowledge and confidence in prescribing correctly, improving patient safety, therapeutics and medicines management 
Professional development: Certificates are made available on completion of a module, which can be used for online learning portfolios as evidence of continuing professional development 
Flexible learning: SCRIPT is easily accessible and intuitive to use, allowing users to complete modules at their convenience and refer back to modules at any time 
SCRIPT e-learning is free to those with an or email address 

Oral Health Brief Advice Training for Care Homes 2020 - 2021 

1. Time to talk teeth (Care home managers) 
Monday 15th February 2021 10am – 10.30am via MS TEAMS 
This session aims to highlight the importance of oral health care within a residential care home setting and demonstrate methods to meet the standards outlined in the latest NICE Guidance. 
2. Never too late to smile (Care home staff) 
Monday 15th February 2021 2.00pm – 2.30pm via MS TEAMS 
This session aims to empower staff with the knowledge and practical skills to support oral hygiene on site and deliver oral health promotion in a variety of formats and settings. 
3. Improving Mouth Care & Mouth Care For Adults (Health Education England E-Learning for Healthcare) 
By the end of this course, you will: 
Recognise why taking care of the mouth is important 
Be introduced to basic mouth care 
Know the importance of caring for your own mouth 
Recognise the need to take care of someone else's mouth 
Be aware of the causes of dental disease 
Recognise the need to report any oral health concerns (you will be required to register) 
4. Oral Healthcare (Skills for Health) 
This course teaches learners about the importance of oral healthcare for themselves and those who they care for. The learning includes the latest guidance in oral healthcare and supports person-centred holistic care. 

Acronyms of General Practice 

eGPlearning is a site designed to help with technology-enhanced primary care and learning. This includes health tech consultancy, social media training for clinicians, video consultation skills training and med tech reviews. 
Do you know all the acronyms of General Practice? What the various organisations and names mean and how to navigate them. The resource from eGPlearning shows the variety of organisations and acronyms you need to be aware of when working in General Practice. 

National Health and Care Video Library 

An extension of the national Health and Care Video Library of over 600 health and care videos has been granted by NHSX to further enable and manage patient care remotely over the winter months. 
The videos that we have produced alongside NHS clinicians are being viewed in the thousands with recent survey responses showing incredible results: ‘66.67% of respondents who were directed by a clinician to watch a video or videos as part of their clinical pathway said the information they got in the video or videos saved them the need to further contact a healthcare professional’. 
FREE for NHS staff until 31 March 2021. 

Carers Hub for Nottinghamshire 

Are you, or is someone you know, providing much-needed care for a loved one? Get free access to a range of support and services – right when you need it most. 
Carers Trust East Midlands provides timely, personalised information and support via the Nottinghamshire Carers Hub to make caring for a loved one easier. The scheme is funded by Nottinghamshire County Council and the local NHS. The Carers Hub can offer: 
Information, advice and guidance 
Signposting to other organisations 
Access to Carers support groups 
Free health and wellbeing membership 
Access to Carers breaks 
Free training and caring support 
Carers Smart’ benefits and discounts 
Carers grants 
Peer support 

Urgent and Emergency Clinical Skills Course 

Urgency Emergency Care Course is a three day urgent care course that is split into adult and paediatric themes to build upon or develop your skills. 
The 2 Adult themed days will cover clinical reasoning in urgent and emergency care, recognising clinical bias, identifying common ‘red flag’ emergency and urgent care presentations and the importance of effective handover care and safety netting of patients. 
The one Paediatric themed day course will cover the differences of the history and examination in Children along with looking at the febrile child, common respiratory conditions amongst other areas. The objective of this day is to make you more confident in dealing with Children In the community and knowing who to send home and when to refer for further assessment. 
Logo of Dept for Research and Education in Emergency Medicine at Nottingham University Hospitals
The first two days are adult based and the third day has a paediatric focus. They can be attended as a full three day course or as standalone adult and paediatric days. 
Dates are listed on this poster 
To register your place please e-mail 

A Timebank for Health and Social Care Professionals 

For many years, people in healthcare have been asking for ways to exchange improvement skills and ideas in an open and collaborative environment. Hexitime is an elegant solution that responds to all of these needs.  
Give an hour, get one back 
First and foremost, Hexitime is a timebank. Timebanks are a virtual currency that observe the simple premise of reciprocity (e.g. give an hour and get one back). 
Once you have joined the timebank, you can access the improvement skills and expertise of the health and social care community without real money changing hands - so long as you are prepared to give back to the community too. 
You can earn time credits by offering your skills for improvement work and you can spend your credits by drawing Hexitime members into your own work - all the time building up your personal contributions in numbers and highlights. 
Turn your bright ideas into projects 
Hexitime also gives you, and the organisation you work for, a free platform to exchange your ideas and skills for improvement – helping both your professional development and your improvement projects. 
As well as adding your offers and requests via the timebank, you can pose your questions and challenges - gathering the ideas and insights of the Hexitime community - and turn the best ideas into projects. 
In participating, you are maximising the skills and experiences of the Hexitime network to improve our health and social care services. Hexitime lets you take bright ideas further. Ideas can be rated, replied to and endorsed by others. 

Webinar: Making The Most of Video Group Clinics 

Join one-hour webinars by Redmoor Health to discuss the value of video group clinics as part of outpatient transformation, and how this remote way to review and support your patients is helping to create time and build service resilience through person centred digital transformation. 
The webinars will provide the opportunity to experience the video group clinic process and explore how you might use video group clinics to support outpatient transformation during COVID19 and beyond.  
Join a 60-minute briefing on Video Group Consultations on the following dates: 
Tuesday, 23 February 2021, 12:30 - 13:30 
Wednesday, 24 March 2021, 12:30 - 13:30 
Wednesday, 21 April 2021, 12:30 - 13:30 

Digital Nurse Network 

The Digital Nurse Network has supported nurses working in general practice and other care settings to use and promote digital services. The network recognises nurses’ ability to influence patient behaviour – and so engages them in the digital transformation process and empowers them to drive use of digital services at a local level. 
With the support of colleagues in NHSX’s Digital Primary Care team, Ann Gregory and Helen Crowther launched the Digital Nurse Network in March 2019. With 40 years of primary care nursing experience behind them, Helen and Ann wanted to support nurses to increase their awareness, confidence and competence in using and recommending online services. 
An online community was set up providing webinars, social media and a workspace hosted by FutureNHS. Since the emergence of COVID-19, membership has more than doubled, and the network is now almost 1,100 nurses strong. 
The Digital Nurse Network has helped create a connected and informed profession. It is also a safe space for nurses to ask questions, offer advice, and engage in peer-to-peer conversations, wherever they are on their digital journey. Those who have completed digital projects are also encouraged to share their learning, so others can use that knowledge base to kick start digital projects in their own area – with a clear evidence base to support them.” 
To find out more about the Digital Nurse Network, visit their FutureNHS platform or get in touch via 

Virtual Learning Lounge "A 90-minute Introduction to Workforce Planning" Slide Deck 

There is slide deck from the ‘A 90-minute Introduction to Workforce Planning – Virtual Learning Lounge’ delivered by NATH in October 2020 in which Lisa Soultana, NATH Associate covered the basics of workforce planning as well as speaking about the importance, advantages and strategies to effectively plan your workforce within a Primary Care setting. The slide deck covers: 
A definition of workforce planning. 
The 5 elements of workforce planning. 
An appreciation of the wider factors to workforce planning  
Understanding the benefits of effective workforce planning and mindset. 
Applying the 80/20 Pareto Principle to workforce planning 
Understanding the need for quality workforce data 
An overview of 2 workforce planning process models and the HEE Star. 
Consideration of factors in the workforce pipeline and how to ‘close the gap’. 
An understanding using a continuous improvement model  
An understanding of how the process can inform decision making, drafting and submitting workforce plans. 


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