NHS Pensions are explained in a user-friendly, interactive way. This web workshop will provide practical guidance to enable participants to map outcomes onto their own practice – across their GPs, GP Partners, Locums and other clinical and non-clinical staff.
The module will be delivered as an interactive session with practical guidance to enable participants to map the techniques onto their own practice – and has been fully updated to incorporate the CQC Inspection changes applicable from the onset of Covid-19.
Delegates will explore the changing face of the workplace, key facts, and symptoms of menopause, develop skills to manage sensitive conversations and how best to support yourself and colleagues to maintain wellbeing and productivity.
By increasing awareness, developing positive cultural engagement, and understanding the hazards of doing nothing, organisations in general practice will be able to reduce their risk, protect their reputation, and support all staff affected by menopause, whether directly or indirectly.
This programme focuses on how becoming a more health literate practice can help not only your patients achieve better health outcomes, but also how you as a practice can be more effective, efficient and enhance your reputation.
This face to face workshop has been developed to support front line staff and other health care professionals in General Practice to develop their skills and confidence to better manage disputes, help manage challenging conflict situations and understand zero tolerance.
Managing “degraded data” and extracting data from paper records is a recognised and acceptable inheritance, by the receiving practice, however, it can be problematic and resource-heavy. This training will focus on safely managing ‘degraded’ virtual information and reviewing and extracting significant and minor past medical and social histories from paper records.
This three-hour PMA web workshop session is to provide training on Active Signposting (AS) in order to help patients access the right care at the earliest opportunity. AS is a new system of ‘triage’ carried out at the first point of contact with the GP Practice by non-clinical staff under the direction of the clinical team.