The CCG are looking at arranging more nurse training sessions during the shutdown afternoons throughout 2017. Check here for details of upcoming courses.
Learning Disability Liaison Nurses Tracey Stewart and Kate Meachen will be running this course for practices nurses at Trinity Park as part of the practice educational afternoon, 2.00pm - 3.30pm. Training is also a key part of the LD DES. They will be covering things such as:
• LD registers – ensuring the right people are on the register
• Making reasonable adjustments / helping to reduce DNAs
• Health checks and health action plans – top tips
To book your free place, please contact Shelley Mitchell or call (01473) 770021.
For women living in rural communities, it can be significantly harder to access specialist support services. A severe and worsening lack of funding means that domestic violence services often have to serve large geographical areas. The services themselves are generally based in urban areas because the population is larger and more concentrated, and many services were originally set up through community activism which is easier in urban areas. Read more at: https://blog.crimestoppers-uk.org/domestic-violence-in-rural-areas/
Thursday 18 May 2017 - 1.15pm registration and lunch; 2.00pm - 3.20pm: 4 x 20mins sessions on safeguarding in a local context:
3.40pm - 5.15pm - Domestic Violence/Domestic Abuse. Asking the question and what to do with the response….
Venue: Trinity Park, Ipswich
To be co -lead by Women’s Aid and the Anglia Care Trust.
Please note, for those who can't make on 18 May, the same session is being run at West Suffolk House, Bury St Edmunds on 16 May 2017, 9.30am - 12.30pm. If you would like a place please contact email@example.com
At Trinity Park. More information to follow.
At Trinity Park. More information to follow. We also hope to repeat this session later in the year.
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/
All workshops are taking place at Queens Building, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Revalidation came into effect in April 2016 and is the process with which all nurses and midwives must comply in order to demonstrate safe, effective and efficient practice.
How to Apply
These courses are funded by Health Education England. Places are free of charge to NMC registered nurses and midwives working in Norfolk, Suffolk and North East Essex. To book a place please complete and return an application form to the Workforce Hub, UEA, Norwich. For further information please call 01603 597199 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To book or find out about the latest training courses being run by the CCG, please call or email Shelley Mitchell.
Tel.: 01473 770021
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