In response to COVID-19, NHS England & Improvement and the North East and North Cumbria (NENC) ICS Personalised Care Steering Group have developed a Personalised Care training offer. The training will cover a diverse range of topics that will provide the development of skills and capabilities to build on a more personalised care approach.
This is particularly important regarding recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, building on our supported self-management offer to our communities, and upskilling and supporting the expansion of the health, care and VCSE sector workforce. The training programme is open to all health and care staff including voluntary sector, volunteers.
The training will include:
- supporting ‘patient activation’ and the use of the PAM tool
- health coaching
- personalised care and support planning and quality improvement
- what matters to you
Details and booking links are below, with further training programmes to follow soon:
Patient Activation Measure (PAM) in Practice: How to use the PAM to support a personalised approach for people at different levels of activation
ONLINE VIA ZOOM
This half-day PAM® IN PRACTICE workshop has been specifically designed to facilitate participants in using the PAM® effectively, develop an understanding of people at different levels of activation and how best to support them. The workshop will explore how patient activation and the PAM can support post COVID-19 LTC management. Find out more and book...
Wednesday 28th April 2021, 09:00 - 12:00
Health Coaching 4-day PCI accredited e-learning course
ONLINE VIA ZOOM
This course will be prioritised for health and wellbeing coaches working in health coaching roles in NENC, and who are supported by their managers to have time to complete all parts of the 4-day training.
The course will support practitioners to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to integrate health coaching into their current roles to support personalised care. Find out more here, and apply for a place here...
Cohort 1: 09:15 - 16:30, 19th April, 30th April, 12th May & 19th May 2021 - NOW CLOSED
Cohort 2: 09:15 - 16:30, 14th May, 28th May, 14th June & 28th June 2021 - DEADLINE 14th April 2021
Cohort 3: 09:15 - 16:30, 25th June, 2nd July, 9th July & 23rd July - DEADLINE 25th May 2021
Health Coaching 2-day PCI accredited e-learning course
ONLINE VIA ZOOM
This course will be prioritised for health and social care practitioners using health coaching skills and techniques in their role in NENC, and who are supported by their managers to have time to complete all parts of the 2-day training.
The course is designed to provide healthcare professionals in Primary Care, Secondary Care and in the wider Community and Voluntary sectors with the knowledge, skills and confidence to incorporate Health Coaching techniques in their role. Find out more and book...
Programme 4: 19th/20th April & 6th May 2021
Programme 5: 21st/22nd April & 7th May 2021
Programme 6: 22nd/23rd April & 7th May 2021
Programme 7: 27th/28th April & 10th May 2021
Programme 8: 29th/30th April & 10th May 2021
Programme 9: 3rd/4th May & 11th May 2021
Personalised Care & Support Planning Quality Improvement Programme
This course is aimed at primary care and community teams who want to increase effect and efficiency of personalised care. Please discuss your interest with your line manager to ensure they will support your attendance before applying.
Cohort 2: 09:00 - 11:00, 14th April, 21st April, 5th May, 12th May, 26th May & 2nd June 2021 - Find out more and book...
Cohort 4: 14:00 - 16:00, 14th April, 21st April, 5th May, 12th May, 26th May & 2nd June 2021 - Find out more and book...
Cohort 5: 09:00 - 11:00, 28th April, 5th May, 19th May, 26th May, 11th June & 16th June 2021 - Find out more and book...
Cohort 7: 14:00 - 16:00, 28th April, 5th May, 19th May, 26th May, 11th June & 16th June 2021 - Find out more and book...
"What Matters To You?" 3-hour interactive workshop
ONLINE VIA ZOOM
This workshop has been designed for those at bands 2-4 or equivalent, including reception, admin and support staff. No prior knowledge is necessary, but some short pre-course reading will be supplied, to support your learning.
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. Find out more and book...
Various dates/times available: 09:00 - 12:00 or 14:00 - 17:00, 15th April, 29th April, 14th May or 23rd June 2021