CamEd March event at the RCGP

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CamEd March event at the RCGP

There was a morning session on Homelessness and an afternoon session on End of life care. There was also a morning session on Accessible Information Standard (AIS) and an afternoon session including a Fire Safety training update for non-clinical practice staff and the launch of the Receptionists Continuing Professional Development Programme and the Competency Standard/Advanced Booklets.

The Homelessness  and End of life care presentations can be found below.

Please follow this link: https://www.myhealth.london.nhs.uk/healthy-london/e-learning for homeless e-learning for receptionists.

Homelessness feedback summary

End of life care feedback summary


Sessions

Homeless session — Morning

Wednesday, 22nd March 2017 / 9.00am

The LCS for Homeless Adults aims to improve access, reduce inequalities, and provide flexible person-centred healthcare arrangements that meet the primary health needs of the vulnerable homeless population in Camden.
This is a mandatory event for the Homeless Lead Clinician to attend.
Please be advised that practices are to discuss lesson learned and impact of the homeless educational event with their practice members and to submit the action plan afterwards

Backfill

1 x Lead Clinician   £250 (mandatory)
1 x Practice Nurse   £140 (optional but recommended)
Action Plan         £150 (submission deadline 01/05/2017)
Note:  No extra payment will be made should practice send more than one representative in each category.

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Non-clinical Practice Staff training: Accessible Information Standard - AIS — Morning

Wednesday, 22nd March 2017 / 9.00am

This training will help staff understand the aims of The AIS and enable them to deliver these aims by meeting the 5 main stages of the standard.
AIS Aims
• To ensure all patients and service users (and where appropriate carers and parents) who have information or communication needs relating to a disability, impairment or sensory loss receives information they can access and understand and professional communication support if they need it.
• To ensure that all patients and service users (and where appropriate carers and parents) who have information or communication needs relating to a disability, impairment or sensory loss is not disadvantaged when accessing or receiving care.
In this session we hope to have service users share their experiences with us.

End of Life Care session — Afternoon

Wednesday, 22nd March 2017 / 14.00pm

The aim of End of Life Care LCS is to ensure that patients are treated in the most appropriate environment for their needs, which evidence suggests is their home; the second objective is to reduce the number of avoidable hospital admissions for patients nearing the end of life and thus reducing secondary care spend.
This is a mandatory event for the EoLC Lead Clinician to attend.
The topics to be covered are:
• Care planning through CMC –Personalised Urgent Care Plan
• New CMC Essentials template for EMIS Dr Patrick McDaid
• Using CMC itself - Fiona Case CMC Trainer
• Illustrative Case discussions - Dr Anna Gorringe Palliative Care Consultant
• Updates
o Framework for Life Limiting Illness and End of Life care Dr Patrick McDaid and Dr Anna Gorringe
o Respect-DNACPR
o Specialist Pall Care Hand Held record)

Backfill

1 x Lead Clinician     £250 (mandatory)
1 x Practice Nurse   £140 (optional but recommended)
*Note:  it is mandatory that nominated clinical lead from practice to attend the annual training. No extra payment will be made should practice send more than one representative in each category.

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Fire Safety training update & Receptionists Continuing Professional Development Programme — Afternoon

Wednesday, 22nd March 2017 / 14.00pm

The first part of the afternoon will be the fire safety update training and the second part will launch the Receptionists Continuing Professional Development Programme and the Competency Standard/Advanced Booklets. This is a programme designed to enhance and embed the professional development of non-clinical staff, bringing non-clinicians into line with clinical staff.
It is intended to be the starting point for staff to create their own ‘portfolio’, to refer to when looking at gaps in their skills and to show prospective employers as evidence of learning and experience.


14.00 - 14.10

Introduction

14.10 - 15.20

Fire safety update

15.20 - 15.35

Break

15.35 - 17.00

The Launch of the Receptionists Continuing Professional Development Programme and the Competency Standard/Advanced Booklets


Venue

RCGP, 30 Euston Square, London, NW1 2FB