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Practice nurses

The CCG are looking at arranging more nurse training sessions during the shutdown afternoons throughout 2018. Check here regularly for details of upcoming courses. Please note that nurses are required to attend two medicines management training sessions per year under the prescribing incentive scheme.

Training sessions at Trinity Park

Wed 7 March 2018 - Practice Nurse Forum and Respiratory update workshop - Book now!

Wed 25 April 2018 - Stoma and Ostomy update - Book now!

Thurs 24 May 2018 - Safeguarding


Wed 21 March - General Practice Nursing Conference 2018 

Holywell Park Conference Centre, Loughborough

Discussions and workshops on hot topics for the general practice nursing community

Click here for more information.


Public Health: Physical Activity training courses for Nurses

Free training for any Nurse or AHP to promote the awareness of Physical activity, primarily amongst Nurses.  This is to give peer to peer training and support regarding patient contact and ensuring nurses understand the importance and guidance to promote Physical activity providing patients with information and guidance i.e. Making Every Contact Count. 

View or download Poster for more information.

Free courses available until 31 March 2018


 

Cultural Competence in Healthcare - new training package

A new e-learning package has been launched sponsored by Health Education England and the Royal College of Midwives. Details can be found on their website: www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/cultural-competence/


Contact

To book or find out about the latest training courses being run by the CCG, please call or email Shelley Mitchell.

Tel.: 01473 770021 
Email: shelley.mitchell1@nhs.net

 

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