CLIC First Annual Report, 2014-15

Since Cumbria Learning and Improvement Collaborative’s (CLIC’s) inception in Autumn 2013, significant progress has been made in the development of CLIC as a resource for all staff in support of driving a positive transformation in health and social care across Cumbria.

This First Annual Report (available to download below) describes our Learning and Improvement Collaborative’s activities and progress during 2014 – 2015 with key milestones and achievements, and most importantly, it highlights what health and social care staff have accomplished with our support.

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Free help to encourage positive mental wellbeing.

Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust's First Step services offer free courses that equip people with practical solutions to enable them to maintain their mental wellbeing.

The course can help those who are struggling to cope because of stress, depression, anxiety and worry. Participants are given practical advice that can be used long after the course is finished.

Courses are available in:

  • Carlisle
  • West Cumbria
  • Kendal
  • Barrow
  • Penrith

If you, or someone you know, could benefit from these courses please get in touch with First Step on: 0300 123 9122

Online Survey for Registered Nurses

As part of the Clinical Skills Programme, we are asking Registered Nursing staff if they could please complete the following survey: https://cumbria.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/clic-clinical-skills-baseline-survey 

This will help provide a baseline across Cumbria of Registered Nurses Continuous Professional Development needs. 

This survey is being undertaken as part of the Clinical Skills Programme (Forerunner Fund Project), in which FREE nurse training is being offered to all Registered Nurses across Cumbria in 6 clinical areas. 

 

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