MBTI Link and Learn Events for Qualified Practitioners

Expand your MBTI skill set and network with other practitioners in your area...


Join OPP Ltd for a two-part seminar covering the use of MBTI in leadership development and how Step II insights can help coach people under stress.


Overview

These regional Link and Learn sessions bring OPP’s expert trainers to a venue near you. Delivering knowledge and practical insights on two common business challenges, they also offer a great opportunity for you to meet and share experiences with fellow practitioners – a guaranteed boost for your portfolio.

You’ll enjoy two 45 minute seminars (equivalent to 1.5 CPD hours), networking and refreshments for just £49 +VAT.

Your nearest session

Carlisle - Tuesday 29th November 2016,  4 - 6pm in the CLIC Training Room, NHS Offices, 4 Wavell Drive, Rosehill Industrial Estate, Carlisle, CA1 2SE

For more information and to book, please visit: https://www.opp.com/en/Events/MBTI-Link-and-Learn-Events-2016 

Now available to book! Digital Health Conference/ Mini-Hackathon

12th October 2016

09:00-17:00

A free CPD event at the West Cumberland Medical Education Centre, UCLan Westlakes Campus, The Samuel Lindow Building, Westlakes Science and Technology Park, Cumbria CA24 3JY.

This event will feature several prominent speakers representing many years’ experience within the field of digital health technology. Be part of the discussion on how the use of digital technology can help solve some of the problems of healthcare provision in the West Cumbria area. More more information and to book onto the event, please follow the link in the flyer below or go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digital-health-conference-and-mini-hackathon-tickets-27189742251?utm_term=eventurl_text 

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Nominations for the NHS North West Leadership Recognition Awards 2016

Last week, the NHS North West Leadership Academy launched the Leadership Recognition Awards for 2016. The website is now live and nominations are open! Nominations are open until Friday 30th September 2016.

Over the past few years at the Leadership Recognition Awards, there have been some amazing stories heard from organisations around our region. This year they would love to more nominations from North Cumbria and the Morecambe Bay area, and to hear the stories about those people who really do go above and beyond their role and have made a difference in some way. For more information please see the attached flyer, or visit: http://www.nwacademy.nhs.uk/recognition-awards-2016 or e-mail: nwla.awards2016@nhs.net 

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CLIC Clinical Skills Team Highly Commended for Innovation

The Cumbria Learning and Improvement Collaborative (CLIC) has been Highly Commended in the Bright Ideas in Health for innovation in Primary Care.

 


From left: Nicola Postlethwaite, Suzanne Beaty, Maura Tomlinson and Angela Pollard at the Bright Ideas in Health Awards


NHS Innovations North organise the Bright Ideas in Health Awards on behalf of the Academic Health Science Network for the North East and North Cumbria. It is an annual competition to acknowledge the recent ideas and innovations developed by frontline NHS staff and healthcare SMEs to help make the NHS better. 

Representatives from the team attended a ceremony at the Hilton in Newcastle in June where NHS England  Medical Director Sir Bruce Keogh delivered an inspiring speech about innovation and staff involvement.

Between June 2015 and March 2016 the CLIC Clinical Skills Programme trained over 900 nurses, bringing together registered nurses from hospitals, GP practices, nursing homes and those based in the community.  After each workshop Nurses were offered a supportive ‘follow up’ visit, to help them embed their learning  in practice.

The project delivered 147 workshops and helped to create new clinical networks in Cumbria bringing real benefits for patients.

The free courses, which were delivered by clinical specialists from a variety of teams here in Cumbria and tutors from the University of Cumbria, were delivered across the county.  This enabled Nurses to access the latest thinking and practice.


Programme Lead, Toni Hall, from the CLIC team said: 

“I am delighted that this collaborative approach to training and the follow up support provided by the team has been recognised in this way. We look forward to this being embedded  as part of the current developments across the health economy around Better Care Together and the Success Regime.”


To build on the work already undertaken the CLIC team have now developed a second phase of training for Health and Social Care Support Staff.  Workshops are being delivered across the county and are free to support staff from all sectors.  For more information visit: http://www.theclic.org.uk/education-and-learning/clinical-skills-programme/overview 


For more information on the Bright Ideas In Health Awards visit: http://www.nhsinnovationsnorth.org.uk/biha/