Please see below for details of the latest personalised care information and opportunities:
Activation in Practice: How to use and measure levels of activation to support a personalised approach
This half-day ACTIVATION IN PRACTICE workshop has been specifically designed to facilitate participants to develop an understanding of people at different levels of activation (knowledge, skills and confidence) and how best to support them.
This workshop is aimed at anyone who wants to explore how they can use the concept of patient activation and understand how to measure this.
- 10th June 2021 - 9-12pm
- 30th June 2021 - 2-5pm
Booking now live: https://nencpaminpractice.eventbrite.co.uk
What Matters To You? Introduction to conversations to support health and wellbeing
Health and social care are moving away from asking “What’s the matter with you?” to “What matters to you?” (WMTY). This is a central principle that lies at the heart of person-centred care. This workshop is centred around how to set-up and have a really good, ‘WMTY’ conversation and why it is so important. This sort of conversation, and the associated coaching skills, sits at the heart of person-centred organisations.
This 3-hour workshop is aimed at those in reception, administrative, and health and social care support roles (bands 2-4 or equivalent), to develop skills in making every interaction person-centred, every time.
- 10th June 2021 - 2-5pm
- 23rd June 2021 - 9am-12pm
- 23rd June 2021 - 2-5pm
- 8th July 2021 - 9am-12pm
Booking now live: https://nencwmty.eventbrite.co.uk
NHSE/I are investigating a register of practitioners for personalised care roles, including SPLWs, HWbCs and care coordinators
Care Coordinators are invited to a workshop which will be led by an independent facilitator. This workshop will be 90 minutes long and provide you with the opportunity to share your views on topics relevant to registration; for example, how we can ensure the role is recognised and understood by employers, and how we can provide progression routes for Care Coordinators.
The session will take place on 15 June 2pm - 3.30pm, via Microsoft Teams - your contributions will be anonymised.
Spaces are limited - to express your interest please email: Johhanne.firstname.lastname@example.org
Frailty, E-Learning for Excellence in Frailty Identification, Assessment and Personalised Care
Wessex Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) Hampshire Hospitals Foundation Trust (HHFT), in collaboration with the London Clinical Frailty Network and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Health Education England are delighted to announce the launch of Frailty, E-Learning for Excellence in Frailty Identification, Assessment and Personalised Care.
Please access the training at: https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/Component/Details/683810, or via Frailty - e-Learning for Healthcare (https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/).
This exciting and novel collaboration has enabled the development of an e-learning programme aimed at standardising training and knowledge of frailty as a complex multi-system, long term condition.
The education programme is compliant with t he ‘Frailty, A framework of core capabilities’ (2018) and has been funded through Health Education England’s Urgent and Emergency Care Workforce Collaborative for London.
New e-learning programme on personalised care for people with cancer now available
Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) has worked in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support to develop a new programme to enhance colleagues’ knowledge and understanding of prehabilitation and rehabilitation in people with cancer.
The Prehabilitation, Rehabilitation and Personalised Care (PRosPer) e-learning programme aims to support healthcare colleagues who work with and care for people with cancer, as well as physical activity instructors and those in the leisure industry, in developing their skills on providing personalised care via e-learning and face to face sessions.
A range of topics are included in the programme including:
- Personalised care and support
- Cancer prehabilitation
- Cancer rehabilitation and symptom management
- Service redesign and workforce development
Further modules about cancer prehabilitation, rehabilitation and service redesign and workforce development will be available later this year.
For more information and to access the module, please select the PRosPer programme page.