01 May 2020
Published on 01 May 2020, this copy of our newsletter includes:
- Links to our COVID-19 resources page (here), and to several support services available during the COVID-19 outbreak.
- Guidance on how to facilitate apprenticeships during the outbreak.
- Updates on BNSSG Training Hub’s training plans.
- Feedback from our HCA Skills Update and the first session of our Aspiring Leaders programme, both back in March.
- And some historical trivia
03 June 2020
Published on 03 June 2020, this copy of our newsletter includes:
- Information on the LGBT Foundation’s Pride in Practice Training Academy, including a link to it.
- Stand with us against racism, for equality.
- An update on the Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education’s pathway.
- Link to Skills for Care’s advice and support resources for registered managers working in adult social care.
- Signposting to MindEd for Families’ resources for supporting children and young people.
- Two stories of how Cintre’s key workers and service users creatively adapted to the strains of social distancing.
06 July 2020
Published on 06 July 2020, this copy of our newsletter includes:
- An update on four of our long-term projects:
- DWP Careers Event
- General Practice Fellowship Programme
- Place-Based Pilot Programme
- Student Capacity Database
- Information on Bath University‘s NIHR-funded project on ‘over-treatment’ amongst the elderly
- Information on how to help review Nursing’s Core Capabilities Framework
- Information on UWE‘s Virtual Healthcare Apprenticeship Event
- Information on WEAHSN‘s QI webinars
- Information on St Peter’s Hospice‘s professional well-being and practice webinars
- And a historical titbit
05 August 2020
Published on 05 August 2020, this copy of our newsletter includes information on:
- UWE’s and the Hub’s placing physician associate (PA) students in primary care for 2021 / 22
- Our PA role summary page
- HEE’s pharmacy technician apprenticeship — with £32,000 of funding for each participant
- Florence Nightingale Foundation’s mental health nursing leadership programme
- The chance for nurses to comment on the Primary Care & General Practice Nursing Career & Core Capabilities Framework
- Our GPN toolkit
- NHS England & Improvement’s Video Group Clinics training
- And as per usual, a historical fact…
02 September 2020
Published on 2 September 2020, this issue includes links to:
- NHS England / NHS Improvement’s Flu Clinic Symposium, held on Thursday 3 September 2020
- March on Stress’s REACTmh conversation training
- Care & Support West’s Safeguarding & DoLs workshop, on Wednesday 23 September 2020
- Newly-Qualified GP / GPN Fellowship Programmes, funded by NHS England / NHS Improvement and set to begin this October
- Behaviour Change Training’s Motivational Interviewing training, this October and November
- Funding for a masters’-level genomics education from HEE
- The Health & Care Women Leaders Network’s report on COVID-19’s impact on women working in health & care.
- St Peter’s Hospice webinar recordings, covering professional tools for practice and well-being with respect to palliative care
- Skills for Health’s and Best Practice’s webinar recordings on effective workforce planning in primary care
06 October 2020
Included in this edition:
Best Practice Live 2020
An 80-session virtual show covering a range of topics for general practice
C&SW Autumn Workshops
Two new workshops from Care & Support West, running this month
South West ARRS Workforce Summit
An all-day event principally for discussing the additional roles reimbursement scheme
Advanced Practice Virtual Conference 2020
HEE’s annual advanced practice conference is back this November
New to BNSSG Training Hub’s site
Structured Medication Reviews
Read about the structured medication review, coming into effect this month
Virtual Group Clinics
What can we take away from the implementation of virtual group clinics?
GP Patient Survey 2020
In case you missed it back in July!
Flu Clinic Symposium recording
NHSE / I’s Flu Clinic Symposium is ready to be re-watched
Celebrating Black History Month
A brief look into Mary Seacole’s life