Training and Development:
Newsletter giving you news on updates on education, training and development in North Yorkshire and Bradford and Airedale.
Cogora: The Agency, a part of the Cogora Group who are the publishers of Pulse, Nursing in Practice and Healthcare Leader.
We are about to launch an educational programme in partnership with Primary Care Respiratory Society UK (PCRS-UK), endorsed by British Lung Foundation (BLF), entitled the Respiratory Commissioning Platform (website here). The programme aims to provide a forum for collaboration and networking across the commissioning community through a series of interactive one-day, free-to-attend workshops (running from June to mid-July). There will also be a host of digital resources launched later in the year.
On behalf of our partners at the Primary Care Respiratory Society UK (PCRS-UK), I wanted to write to you to see if your committee would be able to support us in raising awareness for this programme across your channels and networks.
The workshop series will be chaired by Noel Baxter (GP and Clinical Commissioner, NHS Southwark and PCRS-UK Executive Chair) and Sanjeev Rana (Prescribing Lead, West Essex CCG) and supported by an expert faculty. Please click here to see our website, where prospective attendees can view the agenda and register for the events.
For your information, please see attached the agenda and a flyer for the programme.
Health heart check course
If you are interested in attend this course, please clink the link below to book a place.
Please follow the link to book on to the training www.firstcontactclinical.co.uk/Courses/Teeside-Healthy-Heart-Check
Date: Friday 16th June 2017
Venue: Community Zone, North Shore Academy – Talbot St, Stockton on Tees, TS20 2AY
The training aims for new practitioners who are going to deliver the HHC but all are welcome. If practitioners have already delivered the HHC and would like to attend this course, they are welcome to attend.
If you have any queries, please contact;
Health Improvement Specialist
Direct Line: 01642 526697
Return to Practice Programme
For all General Practice Staff – Free online training tool
Commissioned by the Department of Health and Health Education England. This FREE interactive tool is designed to help health care professionals develop their skills to identify seriously ill children. To access the training please visit https://www.spottingthesickchild.com/