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Current & Upcoming Training Hub Events

Making every contact count

MECC training will help you to develop the understanding and confidence to be able to make the most of the time you have to empower individuals to take the first steps to improve their lifestyle.

This training is suitable for all grades of staff with no previous experience required. You will be encouraged to reflect on your communication skills, explore your beliefs about behaviour change and take your conversations down a different path.

For further information and to book onto training courses – please contact Esther Audsley Esther.audsley@nhs.net

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MECC Lite Training

The MECC Lite training is a 3 hour interactive course where delegates together explore different approaches to healthy conversations, develop questioning styles and techniques that are proven to support behaviour change.

 

A RSPH Certificate of Attendance will be issued upon completion of this course.

To book a place on the course please email: esther.audsley@nhs.net

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Full MECC Training

The Full MECC Training is 2 x 3 hour interactive courses where delegates together explore different approaches to healthy conversations, develop questioning styles and techniques that are proven to support behaviour change. In between the two sessions the MECC e-learning which has 4 modules is to be completed in the delegates own time.

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The Full MECC Training is 2 x 3 hour interactive courses where delegates together explore different approaches to healthy conversations, develop questioning styles and techniques that are proven to support behaviour change. In between the two sessions the MECC e-learning which has 4 modules is to be completed in the delegates own time.

Click here for more information

 

Free healthy conversation skills

This training will give you the  confidence to empower people to take greater responsibility for their own lifestyle choices and activities that have a positive impact on their health.

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Coaching Training  See below.

Frimley ICS GP Parental Leave Coaching Workshop 7th Nov 2019

 

 

IMMUNISATION REFRESHER UPDATE

 

Look out for updates on Influenza and Pneumococcal vaccination updates during Protected Learning Times (PLTS) coming up from September 2019!

 

Cervical Cytology

Training for 2019 completed., dates for 2020 to be uploaded when available.

 

 

 Clinical Supervision Training for Supervisees and Supervisors:

Clinical Supervision  (CS)Training Completed. Clinical Supervision planning in progress.

 

Pre-Registration Pharmacists

There is now a fundamentals of working in general practice e-course available that the pre-registration pharmacists can access.

 

Please find a link to a free training programme for pharmacists in primary care through the CPPE.

 

The link is https://www.cppe.ac.uk/programmes/l/fundament-e-02#

 

Info taken from website:

e-course to introduce the fundamentals of working in a GP practice. By working through the activities each week you will develop knowledge, skills, experience and behaviours to support your introduction to work in general practice.

The programme will cover NHS structure and general practice, introduction to local general practice, medicines optimisation, medication review, prescribing and repeat prescribing, prescribing data, clinical information technology systems, audits, evidence-based use of medicines, working with the multidisciplinary team and patient-centred professionalism

This programme is an excellent introduction to working in a GP surgery for pharmacy professionals. It is recommended that you work through this course in a peer learning group.

Leadership!

https://www.tvwleadershipacademy.nhs.uk/sites/default/files/Leadership%20Dispatch%20from%20your%20regional%20NHS%20Leadership%20Academy%2031%20July%202019.pdf

FoNS

For suggestions and contributions to the FoNS weekly news, please contact Debbie Warren: admin@fons.org Newsletters are sent on Wednesdays. Copy deadline 11.00am Tuesdays.

 

FoNS Blog

This week we share an insightful blog from Deb Smith. Deb works on a busy paediatric ward and is sharing her journey as an Inspire Improvement Fellow. Read more

 

Special Focus : Developing Person Centred, Safe and Effective Cultures through Practice Development.

Do you want to strengthen your skills and confidence in leading and facilitating the development of person-centred, safe and effective workplaces and services? Perhaps the International Practice Development school is for you! This is a five-day all-inclusive residential, open to all health and social care professionals, including therapists.

 

Read what people have to say about their experiences:

 

Joanne Bosanquet, the new CEO at FoNS attended the school last week. This is what she said following her week long experience:

 

“I have been looking forward to this since I started with FoNS in May. Our team have been preparing me to challenge myself, let go of my desire to write lists and embrace the whole experience of creative learning. As I reflect on the week, I am honoured and genuinely grateful for all 30+ of my fellow participants and our IPDC/FoNS facilitators for welcoming me in and sharing their journeys so openly and with such kindness and joy. I discovered my creative brain too and began to find the freedom of expression in many forms.  My initial take home learning focuses on the power of everyone’s inner beauty and the potential for 30+ of us to become a true social and professional movement for change. We have much work to do on establishing person-centredness and person-centred cultures around us. I am 100% confident it’s the right thing to do so let’s go!”.

 

Three years on… Anne Williams, a researcher from Australian reflects on the impact of attending the IPDC Foundation Practice Development School hosted by FoNS in 2015.

https://www.fons.org/common-room/blogs?year=2018&month=2#blg5012

 

Siobhan Weaver, a Richard Tompkins Scholar and Lead Nurse, Children's Continuing Care Team shares her experiences having attended Practice Development School in 2017https://www.fons.org/common-room/blogs?year=2018&month=1#blg4988

 

If you are interested in attending, we are running a second school this year on the 20-25th October 2019. The school takes place at Herstmonceux Castle, and we are offering an early bird rate until 30 August 2019. Find out more here

 

 

Opportunities from FoNS

The Inspire Improvement Fellowship Programme still open for applications. Closing date: 4 November 2019 (1pm)

 

  • This fellowship is a funded opportunity specifically for frontline clinical leaders (nurses, midwives and health visitors) from any health or social care setting UK wide. It’s an opportunity to join a fellowship of clinical leaders who support and learn from each other. It’s a 12-month commitment (3 x 2-day residential workshops and supportive workplace visits in between)
  • We welcome applications from people from diverse backgrounds in any health or social care setting
  • Demonstrable impact for the participant, their team and people who receive care
  • Very highly rated by participants and their teams and senior colleagues
  • The Inspire Improvement Fellowship is supported by the Burdett Trust for Nurses. Visit the website for more information

 

Other News

A Churchill Fellowship is a life-changing opportunity to expand your professional and personal horizons.

The fellowship will fund successful candidates to spend 4-8 weeks anywhere in the world, exploring a practical topic that you care about. It’s open to all UK citizens aged 18 or over, regardless of your qualifications, age or background. Apply by 17th September 2019 to travel in 2020.

 

Looking Forward: Events

Resilience Based Clinical Supervision, 11 September 2019, Nottingham

Resilience-based Clinical Supervision (RBCS) focuses on the ‘emotional systems motivating the response to a situation’ and includes elements of mindfulness-based exercises with a view to ‘enhancing well-being, resilience and improving patient care’.

 

This one-day workshop is relevant to any member of the health or social care workforce whose role is influenced by the emotional consequences of personal, relational or organisational demands for example nurses, student nurses and care workers.

 

Visit the website to book a place.

 

Nurse Clinics 2019, Friday 15 November 2019, London

A great annual event to provide specialist nurses with a valuable opportunity to hear national updates and best practice for working at advanced practice and setting up and running nurse led clinics and services in primary, secondary and community care across a number of specialties.

 

For further information and to book your place visit the website or email kate@hc-uk.org.uk

A 20% discount is available by quoting ref: hcuk20fons when booking (*cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Full T&Cs available upon request).

To look at previous weekly news from FoNS, click on the link: https://www.fons.org/common-room/news

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