The Primary Care Training Hub work with a range of training providers and event organisers to bring you upcoming events that you might be interested in or that may support your development. The below events are free to access unless stated otherwise, however we would recommend consulting your line manager before registering your attendance. Please continue to check back on this page as events will be updated regularly.


August

 


SPLW Webinar Series: Social Prescribing, Focusing on Strengths and Asset-Based Approaches

This webinar will be demonstrating:

 examples of how asset based community development approaches, being taken in PCN’s can tackle health inequalities and improve outcomes for people.

 how the VCSE sector is contributing, shaping, improving and delivering high quality, social prescribing services in local communities, whilst tackling the wider determinants of health.

 support for primary care Networks (PCN’s) to develop their proactive social prescribing plan.

 the benefits of co-producing social prescribing plans with local partners & communities.

 Wednesday 17th August at 1:00PM - 2:30PM

 Primary Care Events

 Free

 Booking Link

Primary Care Commissioners Awareness Session

This session is for primary care commissioners, digital first teams and commissioning staff involved with health and care providers that supply data to the GP record.

The session will give the background to the patient access to records project and raise awareness of the importance of good data quality, risks of data breaches and viewing sensitive information. We will consider data available for contract monitoring, discuss support required for general practice and share the key elements of successful implementation of online records access.

 Thursday 11th August 2022 at 12:00PM - 1:00PM. See below for more dates.

 NHS England

 Free

 Booking Link

  For more dates, information and to register, click here

 

New to Primary Care: Navigate the Primary Care Landscape

This training, delivered over 2 half days on Ms Teams, is designed to support staff within ARRS roles. The sessions move from the general principles of team engagement and personal skillsets, to more specific support to help you orienteer your way through primary care.  We hope that these sessions support you in: 

  feeling confident in your ability to work in a primary care setting
  understanding how your ARRS role fits into and supports your practice and Primary Care Network
  accessing professional and peer support
  understanding the challenges of general practice and developing of skills to manage these

 North Cumbria Only

 Friday 19th August and Friday 22nd September, AM

 Primary Care Training Hub, West ICP

 Free

 Flyer

  For more information and to register, click here

 

Palliative Care CPD Opportunity

The Humber, Coast and Vale(HCV) Faculty of Advanced Practice are working will colleagues across the North East and Yorkshire areas to facilitate monthly online learning opportunities for qualified and in-training ACPs, PAs and other clinicans. These sessions are fully funded and last for approximately 2 hours.

 Thursday 25th August 2022 at 11:00AM - 12:00PM

 Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Social Care Workforce Consortium

 Free

Booking Link

For further queries, please email carly.mcintyre1@nhs.uk


Trainee Nursing Associate Webinars

Join us for a discussion about the Trainee Nursing Associate role, including what the role is and training requirements. If you are a college student, a graduate, someone working in health and social care, someone looking for a career change or an employer looking to support a colleague in the North-east and Yorkshire come along.

  Tuesday 30th August, 2:00PM - 3:00PM. See below for more dates.

 HEE

 Free

 For more information and to register, click here


September


LGBT Health Conference 2022

We are delighted to invite you to our national learning event taking place in London, to share best practice in reducing health inequalities for LGBT people across the NHS, social care and voluntary sector. Dr Michael Brady, National Advisor for LGBT Health will be joined by a number of professionals and organisations working across the field of LGBT health. Participants will take away practical solutions to addressing LGBT health inequalities locally and there will be opportunities for networking.

This event is open to professionals across the health, social care and VCSE sectors with a responsibility for addressing LGBT health inequalities – including NHS trusts, primary care, commissioners, and policy makers, as well as patients, parents and carers. You must be registered in order to attend.

Light lunch and refreshments will be provided. Please inform us of any accessibility or dietary requirements upon signing up, or by emailing england.lgbtadvisor@nhs.net.

 Wednesday 7th September at 9:30AM - 6:00PM

 NHS England

 Free

Holiday Inn London Regents Park, Carburton Street, London, W1W 5EE, United Kingdom

Booking Link

 For more information and any queries, please email england.lgbtadvisor@nhs.net

 

New Statutory Guidance on Working with People and Communities

NHS England has published new statutory guidance on working with people and communities. This webinar will explain how the guidance helps NHS commissioners and providers meet their legal duties to involve people, and supports wider health and care partners to build effective and meaningful partnerships with communities. It will also give an overview of the learning offer from NHS England to support the implementation of the guidance. 

 Thursday 8th September at 2:00PM - 3:00PM

 NHS England

 Free

Booking Link

 For more information and any queries, please email england.ppve-learning@nhs.net

Children & Young People's Asthma Update for Primary Care Webinar

The webinar will update you on developments in children and young people's asthma care, with a focus on addressing health inequalities through primary care. Chaired by Oliver Anglin, Clinical Lead for Children and Young People at NHS England (London) and chair of the London Asthma Leadership and Implementation Group, you will hear from:

Will Carroll, consultant paediatrician, giving a Primary care update - how to do a good annual review and inhaler check

Louise Fleming, consultant respiratory paediatrician from the Royal Brompton, on Who should be referred to severe asthma services?

Ian Sinha, consultant respiratory paediatrician from Alder Hey on the Difference in diagnosing viral wheeze and asthma

 Friday 16th September 2022 at 12:30PM - 1:30PM

 NHS England

 Free

Booking Link

 For more information and to register, click here

 

Trainee Nursing Associate Webinars

Join us for a discussion about the Trainee Nursing Associate role, including what the role is and training requirements. If you are a college student, a graduate, someone working in health and social care, someone looking for a career change or an employer looking to support a colleague in the North-east and Yorkshire come along.

 Tuesday 27th September 2022, Tuesday 21st November 2022, Tuesday 20th December 2022. 2:00PM - 3:00PM.

 HEE

 Free

 For more information and to register, click here


October


ACP Primary Care Career Workshop

Are you an ACP or trainee ACP in primary care wondering about career progression opportunities? Then come along to our virtual career workshop. Health Education England North East and Yorkshire are hosting a half day virtual workshop to showcase the career options open to ACPs in primary and community care with a focus on the opportunities to work across the four pillars of advanced practice. Supervisors and employers are also welcome to attend

Wednesday 5th October 2022 at 09:15AM - 1:00PM

 HEE

 Free

 For more information and to register, click here


November


MSK 2022 Conference

This is the first collaborative conference between the three leading MSK organisations in the UK, Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapist (MACP), Society of Musculoskeletal Medicine (SOMM), and Advanced Practice Physiotherapy Network (APPN), together with the support of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance (ARMA). This conference aims to unite the MSK community with our theme of ‘Shared goal, one future’ working together as a single team to support and raise the MSK standard of practice with our community.

The programme focuses on MSK in its broadest sense with the personalised care agenda in the centre. The BestMSK team will be presenting on both days , Andrew Bennett is opening the conference with a plenary session, the Primary and Community care workstream will be providing a workshop to bring the MSK toolkit to life and Chloe Stewart will be bringing the shared decision making toolkit to life. Other plenary speakers are Aimee Robson deputy director of the personalised care institute, Ash James – director of practice CSP and Laura Finucane the president of IFOMPT (international physiotherapy).

The full programme and speaker details will be located on the live registration page when it is launched in a couple of weeks, all who have registered interest will be contacted as soon as registration goes live.

Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th November 2022

 MSK

 £150 per ticket

 For more information and to register, click here

Need some guidance?

Contact us on traininghub.nenc@hee.nhs.uk where the team will be happy to help!