WEBINARS FROM NHS DIGITAL | THE NEW IMPROVED NATIONAL WORKFORCE REPORTING SYSTEM

NHS Digital are offering twice weekly webinars for users to learn more about the improved NWRS. The webinars are running on either as morning or afternoon sessions to allow access to as many users as possible.

Please click on the link shown to access all the morning and afternoon training sessions throughout March.

To find out more and book your place: Visit NHS Digital.

WEBINAR | ARE OUR IPC HABITS ROBUST ENOUGH FOR NEW STRAINS OF COVID?

Date: 1-2 pm on 10th March, 2021. 

About this event: The NCL Training Hub is hosting a refresher and update on IPC training.  As well as introducing you to the latest IPC guidance and ways to implement this, we will be discussing the new Covid variants deemed ‘variants of concern’ and presenting an insider view of Outbreak management in primary care from the London Covid Response Cell.  In addition there will be anonymised case studies and a review of current outbreak data in NCL.

Presenters will include:

  • Dr Amanda Morrison Islington GP and NCL IPC Lead
  • Djamal Hamadache Health Protection Lead London Borough of Islington, PHE Covid response cell
  • Dee Malone AD Quality NCL CCG

Who should attend? We welcome GPs, Infection Control leads.  Practice nurses, practice managers, Clinical Pharmacists

Book your place: The webinar will be held as a MS Teams event.   Click here to join the meeting

Any questions? Please contact Kerree Ahern kerree.ahern@nhs.net

SUPPORTING UNIVERSAL 6-8 WEEKS POSTNATAL CHECK

Date: Friday 26th February 2021 from 13:00-14:00

About this event: This webinar is a London Maternity Clinical Network initiative and will focus on the theme of hypertension in pregnancy. More details:

  • Long term health implications of hypertension in pregnancy
  • NICE guidance: Management of hypertension in pregnancy and postnatally
  • Practical tips to help translate guidance into postnatal care
  • Case study and Q&A session

Book your place: Please click here to register your attendance.

Registration deadline: Thursday 25th February at 12:00.

GET AHEAD OF QOF WITH VIDEO GROUP CLINICS

Dates: Training is running on the following dates:

25 Feb 12.00-14.30

03 Mar 9.00-11.30

11 Mar 12.00-14.30

18 Mar 12.00-14.30

About this event: Sign up for VGC training and find out how VGCs can help you catch up from chronic disease management. Attendees on this course will learn:

  • What VGCs are and how they flow
  • How to use MS Teams or similar platforms to set up and run VGCs
  • How to manage risk, gain consent and preserve confidentiality
  • Best VGC practice and how to plan for success
  • How to a facilitate VGCs and use VGC toolkit
  • How to manage group dynamics

Who should attend? Anyone involved in implementing, organising and delivering VGCs including:

GPs, nurses, practice managers, administrative staff, community partners working with you to deliver VGCs, healthcare assistants, social prescribers, health and wellbeing coaches, physicians’ associates, care co-ordinators and clinical pharmacists.

Book your place: Training is running on the following dates. Just follow the links to book on your preferred date. Once you have booked onto a session you’ll receive a MS Teams link along with the course worksheet.

25 Feb 12.00-14.30 https://bit.ly/35bGIjQ

03 Mar 9.00-11.30 https://bit.ly/2MCwSkr

11 Mar 12.00-14.30 https://bit.ly/2L6rWUz

18 Mar 12.00-14.30 https://bit.ly/2KUUgJC

COVID19 VACCINE Information Sessions for care home and practice staff

Date: Various dates – February 2021

About this event: Information sessions about the Covid19 vaccine for care home staff across NCL are now being offered to Practice staff across NCL.

Who should attend? While some of the content is care home specific, the other information will be useful for any member who is asked questions by patients. The information sessions are particularly useful to reception staff who will be calling patients to invite them for vaccines.

Book your place: To book your place, visit the Proud to Care portal