Clinical Skills Training
This training is for those nurses new to practice nursing, looking to develop core skills required in practice.
Surrey CCGs Training Programme
Surrey CCGs have very kindly opened up their training programme for nurses in our area to access. Some of the courses are for HCA’s too. Please use an ESCCG place when booking and use code: education1. If there are no places left for ES then please email email@example.com and she will see if she can free up some more places.
Protected Learning Time (PLT)
PLT Events – 27 March 2019
There will be 2 events running across the North Alliance on the PLT afternoon of 27 March 2019, one at Ardingly Showground and one at Redhill and Reigate Golf Club. Please see details below.
Supporting Sustainable General Practice Event 27th March 2019, 12 noon – 5pm at Ardingly Showground
The event invitation is open to Crawley, East Surrey & Horsham and Mid Sussex and for ALL Practice staff: GPs, Nurses, Practice Managers, Direct Patient Care, Administrators, Receptionists
The details for the event are available via EVENTBRITE where you can book each person individually and choose a workshop – please see link below.
A light lunch will be provided on this occasion.
Should have any queries please email HSCCG.Primary-Care@nhs.net who will respond as soon as possible.
Please follow this link to book your ticket – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/supporting-sustainable-general-practice-event-tickets-40550427420#tickets
Mental Health event March 27th 2019, starting at 12:30 with lunch, sessions starting at 13:30 at Redhill and Reigate Golf Club
The afternoon is intended to brief GPs and other primary care health professionals on the latest in terms of adult mental health services within East Surrey. The aim is to refresh knowledge and present new approaches on hot topics, risk assessment and management of mental health problems in East Surrey, as well as to update on local services available to Primary Care. As there has not been anything like this for a long time locally, the sessions are intended to be short, covering main and relevant points. More information and a confirmed timetable will be made available nearer the time, but a provisional timetable can be viewed on the Eventbrite page below.
Please note that this event will be filmed, although there will be a designated seating area for anyone not wanting to be, and a light lunch will be provided.
Please follow this link to book your places:
Protected Learning Time (PLT) – 2019-20 dates
Please find below the dates for PLT for the next financial year across the North Alliance. All events will run in the afternoon, as previously. Further details will be circulated for each one in due course, but for now, please hold the dates in diaries:
Internal PLT sessions – to be organised within practices:
14 May 2019 – Internal PLT – CHMS
15 May 2019 – Internal PLT – ES
26 Nov 2019 – Internal PLT – ES
27 Nov 2019 – Internal PLT – CHMS
External PLT sessions – to be organised centrally:
25 Sept 2019 – External PLT – CHMS
26 Sept 2019 – External PLT – ES
12 March 2020 – External PLT – CHMS
17 March 2020 – External PLT – ES
Spring of Learning Event
Courses with Study Days in London
Education for Health has a wide range of courses starting soon with study days at our venue in central London. Please follow this link to find out more – https://mailchi.mp/educationforhealth/london-feb2019?e=8bf841ecf5
Perinatal Mental Health Simulation Training
For: Midwives, Health Visitors, Mental health nurses, junior doctors (GPVTS, Foundation, Psychiatric and Obstetric Trainees), GPs, and Obstetricians.
– Immersive simulation training on the identification and management of common perinatal mental health problems using actors and ‘real-life’ settings
– Limited places for each specialism to allow a ‘hands-on’ team working experience
– One day training workshops co-facilitated by a consultant perinatal psychiatrist from the Sussex and East Surrey Specialist Perinatal mental Health Service and a perinatal mental health service user trained in simulation facilitation.
Events being held in Surrey and Sussex. Follow this link to find out more – https://abcltd.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Perinatal-Poster-Simulation-2.0-FINAL.pdf
RCNi Study Days 2019: Chronic Disease Management
Structured around practical learning objectives, these days will enable you to tick off those important revalidation requirements whilst exploring the latest nurse-led approaches to managing some of the most commonly encountered chronic conditions in primary care.
- 13 May 2019 – London
- 19 June 2019 – Birmingham
Who should attend?
The RCNi Study Days are open to all nurses working or interested in primary care. They are repeat events, following on from the very popular Study Days that took place in 2018, and will be the final 2 dates in the Chronic Disease Management calendar, so make sure you don’t miss out!
More than 80 nurses are expected at each event.
Please follow this link to find out more and to book your place:
Burns Management Study Days
This is a free service and open to any healthcare professional or allied professional who may require further training on burns. It is being run at the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, with only 50 slots for each event.
Please follow this link to Eventbrite to book your place:
Safeguarding Level 3
Coastal & West Sussex CCG organise level 3 sessions for clinical staff in primary care and the CCG. GPs and nurses are required to undertake level 3 training as a minimum.
Staff across the North Alliance are welcome to book on to these courses, but it is important to note that the training delivered has a West Sussex focus and refers to the Pan Sussex policies and procedures. Therefore, if you are based in an East Surrey practice, the contacts, policies and procedures may be different.
Please follow this link to the training booking page:
E-Learning for Healthcare Immunisation Training Programme
Please find the link here, which will redirect you to the e-learning for healthcare website for the Healthcare Immunisation Training Programme.
Study opportunities for non-medical applied health professionals
Centre for Health Services Studies at the University of Kent, Canterbury
CHSS are pleased to announce that they are still accepting applications to the Integrated Clinical Academic internship programme.
Health Education Kent Surrey Sussex and National Institute for Health Research have awarded CHSS funding to enable up to eleven successful interns to receive a bespoke learning and development programme. This fully-funded programme supports backfill cost, tuition fees and reasonable expenses. Available to Non-Medical Applied Health Professionals, the ICAP is intended to prepare applicants to apply for an NIHR Pre-Doctoral Clinical Academic Fellowship, and in the long-term apply for Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowships, Clinical Lectureships, or Senior Clinical Lectureships.
FREE Distant learning courses funded via the EU
Please find links below to FREE distant learning courses funded by the European Union, and hosted by the Greater Brighton Metropolitan College.
Please click on the training you wish to attend to book your space