Training Hubs are networked arrangements of providers within a specified geography. Their purpose is to understand and develop the community-based workforce, in order to meet the health needs of their local population. They are designed to improve the quality and localisation of education for health professionals. They aim to empower community organisations to work with higher educational institutions to assess workforce training needs, expand capacity for training in the community, innovate in the field of training and deliver multi-professional training.
The workshop will be interactive and we hope to generate open discussions and encourage you to share experience, knowledge and skills. During day 2, we will be using a reflecting team approach to explore issues in inter-professional learning. We hope you will be willing to discuss issues and as experienced educators we would like you to share a resource you have used in an educational context for around 10 minutes. This could be an exercise or some teaching that you have found useful.
Finally, we are interested in your experience of working with learners and so please come to the workshop ready to share your educational stories. Overall, we hope the workshop will be a place where you can explore emerging ideas and discuss approaches to solving educational challenges together.
Please email the Training Hub if you are interested in attending
SWL CCG with support from RM Partners West London Cancer Alliance, seek additional registered NHS healthcare professionals who are interested in receiving cervical sample-taker training.
If you are interested in becoming a cervical screening sample-taker and receiving training from a qualified trainer, please complete the below form (approx. 4min to complete).
For the attention of sample-taker trainees:
Registered NHS Healthcare Professionals who express interest in receiving sample-taker training are asked to seek approval for protected time (approx. 2 days) to complete sample-taker training by your Practice Managers.
For the attention of Practice Managers:
Practice Managers (PMs) are asked to support sample-taker trainees by:
1 Providing them with regular feedback throughout the completion of the log-book
2 Carrying out an interim sample-taker trainee assessment (required before the trainee can progress to taking un-supervised samples)
3 Allowing an external assessor into the practice to observe the qualifying student
SWL Dermatology Network is very pleased to announce a series of webinars with teaching from Dr George Moncrieff relating to Dermatoscopy. The SWL Dermatology Network was successful in bidding for funding from NHSx and we are delighted to be able to offer this teaching to interested primary care clinicians in SWL. Staff can book onto as many sessions as they see fit.
The sessions are open to Primary care staff working across South West London. Please follow these links:
The four main types of BCC
The 20+ signs of melanoma part 1
The 20+ signs of melanoma part 2
Tricky sites: flat pigmented facial lesions and nails
Dermatoscopy - Keratotic lesions Tickets, Wed 15 Dec 2021 at 13:00 | Eventbrite
We are delighted to share this invitation with you and your extended primary care teams to join sessions exploring Workplace Wellbeing Conversations.
Funded by NHSE, these sessions are aimed at line managers (of any profession, banding or grade), peers and colleagues working across the NHS in roles who have caring responsibilities for staff. For example clinical and educational supervisors, team leaders, members of staff networks, health and wellbeing champions or Wellbeing Guardians.
Please feel free to share this invitation more widely.
For further information and to book please click 'Read More'.
Spaces are limited with some sessions are already full.
If you have any questions about the Croydon GP Collaborative, or you would like to know more about the services we offer, how to make a compliment or complaint, then you can do so via our contact us page.
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