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ACS: Advanced Tracheostomy Course

A one day advanced course for staff on designated adult ward areas that care for patients with tracheostomies on a regular basis. Candidates will build upon knowledge learnt on the foundation tracheostomy course, learning skills and knowledge around pharmacological management, impact of tracheostomy on speech and swallowing, tracheostomy weaning, community management and practical skills of changing a tracheostomy.

PLEASE NOTE: 'All candidates must complete the Barts Foundation Tracheostomy course prior to booking onto this course'

There is pre-reading required - MUST BE DONE BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE

Please log into Moodle https://education.bartshealth.nhs.uk/moodlelive for all Acute Care Skills course pre-reading, modules & e-learning and resources

 

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ACS: Foundation Tracheostomy Course

PLEASE NOTE THIS COURSE IS ONLY FOR THOSE STAFF THAT CARE FOR TRACHEOSTOMY PATIENTS 

Staff who are caring for adult patients with a tracheostomy, with up-to-date practical skills and knowledge to ensure patient safety and best practice. Skills stations cover care of the tracheostomy, resuscitation, emergency tube change and suctioning. 

List of the ward areas that care for Tracheostomy patients:

Royal London Hospital - 12D, 12E, 12F, 13E, 13F, 3E, RHDU, ACCU, A&E & Recovery

Newham Hospital - ICU, Stratford Ward, Heather Ward, Silvertown

Whipps Cross Hospital - ITU, AAU, Peace, Faraday, Nightingale 

St Barts Hospital - 3A & ACCU

There is pre-reading required - MUST BE DONE BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE

Please log into Moodle https://education.bartshealth.nhs.uk/moodlelive for all Acute Care Skills course pre-reading, modules & e-learning and resources

 

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ACS: Invasive Pressure Monitoring

Designed for clinical staff working within Enhanced care units 1.5 or level 2/3 areas: non-paediatric nursing, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, medics

PRE-COURSE WORK MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE - select More Info tab for Moodle link

 The course is broken into two components; the first component includes an e-learning package that must be completed prior to attending the practical half day session. The e-learning package will include resources on vascular anatomy, advantages & disadvantages, complications, management of invasive lines, and relevant articles.

The practical session of this course is conducted in the medical simulation centres and will enable staff to practice using invasive lines and transducer sets. To conclude the practical session scenarios will be discussed and analysed where complications, trouble shooting and escalations has occurred.

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ACS: REACT

React is a three day course which focuses on assessment, clinical skills, decision-making and treatment planning to prevent or manage deterioration and improve patient outcome through early intervention.
Pathophysiology of common disease processes that underlie patient deterioration are reviewed. Skills for assessment, monitoring and management are examined.

 

There is pre-reading required - MUST BE DONE BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE

Please log into Moodle https://education.bartshealth.nhs.uk/moodlelive for all Acute Care Skills course pre-reading, modules & e-learning and resources

 

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ACS: SIREN

The SIREN course teaches nursing staff how to anticipate, recognise and prevent critical illness at an early stage. A structured approach to assessment is undertaken to permit appropriate action in treating the acutely unwell. Communication training using the SBAR tool is covered. There is an assessable OSCE which reviews recognition, assessment and communication.

 

There is pre-reading required - MUST BE DONE BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE

Please log into Moodle https://education.bartshealth.nhs.uk/moodlelive for all Acute Care Skills course pre-reading, modules & e-learning and resources

 

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ACS: Tracheostomy Champions Training

Designed for clinical staff working within adult Tracheostomy patients: non-paediatric nursing, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, Physician Associates,  Advanced Practice Practitioners

  • Provide evidence of attending Foundation Tracheostomy course in last 3-5 years
  • Provides evidence of completed Tracheostomy competencies

PRE-COURSE WORK MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE - select More Info tab for Moodle link

 The course is conducted in the medical simulation centres for staff on designated ward areas that care for patients with tracheostomies on a regular basis. Candidates will build confidence in becoming a colleague mentor and contributing to developing Tracheostomy competencies in other staff. This will involve discussions regarding the current Tracheostomy competency framework, methods of enabling competency and task practice, delivering formal tracheostomy teaching and utilisation of Teaching resources. Tracheostomy Champions will become proficient mentors and promote future Tracheostomy training within their specific clinical areas.



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ACS: Understanding the Fundamentals of Oxygen

Designed for clinical staff: non-paediatric nursing, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, occupational Therapists, Physician Associates, Apprentice AHP’s, Advanced Practice Practitioners, medical Practitioners

PRE-COURSE WORK MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE - select More Info tab for Moodle link

The course is broken into two components; the first component includes an e-learning package that must be completed prior to attending the practical half day session. The e-learning package will include resources on responsibilities of healthcare workers when delivering oxygen, oxygen escalation scales, precautions, oxygen device information, pathophysiology of hypoxia, and relevant articles.

The practical session of this course is conducted in the medical simulation centres and will enable staff to practice and increase their confidence in using different oxygen devices including HFOT. Participants will receive advanced HFOT train the trainer teaching that will equipped them to teach other members of staff within their speciality areas. The course will be concluded by discussing common oxygen scenarios and interventions.

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Adult General Pain, PCA and Epidural (SBH/RLH only)Study Day

All staff are expected to attend the morning, only those who work in areas which take epidurals are expected to stay for the afternoon

Theoretical and practical aspects of general pain management, pain assessment, multimodal analgesia and Epidural delivery.

Epidural Study Guide -   assets/Barts-Health-Epidural-face-to-face-study-guide-2020-no-troubleshoting-converted.pdf   You will not be permitted to attend if the Study Guide has not been completed, the completion of the study guide is compulsory!

Adult Epidural Infusion Troubleshooting guide -  assets/Adult-Epidural-Infusion-Troubleshooting-guide-converted.pdf

Competency Document - to be completed after training on Epidurals - assets/Competency-Assessment-of-Safe-Practice-Epidural-Infusion-2020.docx

Attendance to the face-to-face teaching is preferable and gold standard. However, during the pandemic phase this may not be available. In this eventuality, please book yourself onto the ‘e-assessment adult epidural infusion module’ accessed via Wired.

All new staff should attend face to face training when available, and those who have not done training for more than 3 years

 

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Assessor Workshops

Registered Practitioners assessing Bands 2-4 to complete the Care Certificate

These workshops will give assessors the tools they need to assess healthcare support workers who have engaged with the care certificate programme.

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Barts Health Musculoskeletal health in the Workplace Virtual Conference

This is a Webinar and will take place virtually.

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BH General Venepuncture & Cannulation Training

Professionally registered healthcare practitioners (including preceptees), designated assistant practitioners and health care support workers who will be undertaking peripheral Cannulation and Venepuncture/Phlebotomy.

This one day interactive workshop will teach you about cannulation and venepuncture.

Suitable for staff without previous training on Venepuncture and Cannulation.

 Mandatory V&C e-learning

Staff must complete the cannulation and venepuncture e-learning before booking/attending the session.

Please bring evidence of completing both modules to the face to face session.

 Cannulation e-learning:

You will need to create an account the first time you access it and include your NHS Trust, Job Title & Clinical Area as a mandatory field.

Access via this link : https://bbraunmedical.mylearningapp.com/login/signup.php

Once registration is completed, the system will ask you for enrolment key. Please use: Barts2021

 Venepuncture e-learning:

You will need to create an account the first time you access it. The Training consists of 8 modules, you must complete, and you need to achieve an overall score of 70%.

 Access via this link: 

 https://bd.elmg.net/?rc=621a9a4f7e23e646a93d0336e3072dbf

It is mandatory to read all the information in the ‘more information/pre-course work and resources’ section prior to attending the course. Candidates not completing all the required pre-course work will not be permitted into the session.

BH Venepuncture & Cannulation Nursing and AHP students

Learn a safe, methodical approach to peripheral intravenous Cannulation and venepuncture

•Recognises role and professional responsibilities related with the safe intravenous Cannulation & venipuncture practice

•Identifies the relevant anatomy and common sites for peripheral intravenous cannulation and venepuncture

•Summarises the risks of intravenous Cannulation & venepuncture and the importance of safe technique (ANTT)

•Demonstrates a safe approach to peripheral intravenous cannulation and venepuncture

Please read read all the information in the more information/pre-course work and resources prior to attend the course.

 Candidates not completing all the required pre-course work will not be permitted into the session.

 Contact ana.santos12@nhs.net or Irene.Martinez@nhs.net for more information

Blood transfusion training

Blood Transfusion

Transfusion training is a core element of statutory and mandatory training for all staff involved in the transfusion process.

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Career Development Programme (Bands 2-8 Clinical and Non-Clinical staff)

Career Development Programme.  Each cohort member participates in a series of three workshops on Personal Effectiveness

Purpose of the course:

  • To Boost self-awareness, resourcefulness and life/career progress
  • To create  own path to success
  • To excel in interviews, presentations – and succeed at jobs/opportunities. 

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Career Development programme for Femal & BME Clinical and non Clinical Staff

A series of three practical and motivational personal and career development workshops to help Barts Health staff to:

  • Boost confidence, strengths, raise awareness and aspirations
  • Identify and develop career aspirations, plan and strategies
  • Build job application, interview and presentation skills.

This facilitated empowering programme is designed to raise the confidence, aspirations and attainment among female and Black Minority Ethnic (BME) staff at Barts Health.

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Clinical Update: Moving & Handling

This course aims to set high standards of care during patient moving and handling, improving our patients experience, dignity and safety whilst ensuring that staff comply with legal and professional requirements.

 

NB: Suitable clothing and shoes must be worn for practical sessions (shoes must be flat and cover toes, no flip flops). For Health & Safety reasons delegates will not be permitted into the session without appropriate footwear

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Covid 19- Leading in NUH ICU during Pandemic

NUH ICU and Education Academy is offering  an Interactive session providing excellent opportunity to explore your feelings as leaders during pandemic. Also will include Psychological PPE, Blood Transfusion safety and DKA Training

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Delivering Quality Care at End of Life

A study day to explore how we support our patients, their families and ourselves when delivering end of life care.

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Dementia and Delirium Training

Three Day Dementia and Delirium Training Course.
Training is being provided to ensure staff have an in depth knowledge of the needs of individuals living with dementia and delirium in hospital. Staff are required to attend all three days of the programme.
Day one will cover - Understanding patients living with dementia and delirium,
as well as Simulation and Communication.
Day two will cover – Legal aspects – DOLs/MCA and Physical Health.
Day three will cover – Implementation of positive change in practise.

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Dementia Leadership

A 4 day specialist training course aimed at Band 6 and above clinical staff which focuses on empowering leaders to implement person centred dementia care. It is provided by external facilitators and includes contributions from people living with dementia and carers. It will incorporate project work to support participants in implementing and managing change in their area.

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Educator Development Programme

The Overall Aim of the Programme

The art and value of effective facilitation

Understanding processes including needs assessment, establishing aims and objectives and evaluation

Planning and preparing workshops

Meeting the needs of participants through a range of participatory facilitation techniques

Dealing with challenges and challenging behaviour

The use of facilitation skills

Enable participants to start debriefing with an understanding of some human factors theory and debriefing frameworks.

Assisting teaching using simulation based techniques.

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Essential Contraception for Midwives

This important course has been designed at a basic level of teaching to help reach Midwives from a range of backgrounds. Essential Contraception for Midwives is an interactive course for midwives produced by the FSRH using current standards and practice and has been quality-assured.  The approaches taken are evidence based where possible with the aim of improving clinical practice. Essential Contraception for Midwives is a basic level course, tailored to the needs of midwives working in a variety of settings.  It is not a competency-based course and it is not assessed.

 

Please find time to look at https://www.fpa.org.uk/resources/leaflet-and-booklet-downloads,  before attending the course to see some leaflets on contraception. Please download and bring  a copy of Your Guide to Contraception and Your Guide to Contraceptive Choices - After a Baby

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Essential End of Life Care

This is carried out as both a face to face session and a Webinar - please only book one.

The aim of this course is to provide an overview of the essential principles of end of life care. With focus on the  importance of getting the basics right and what is required to achieve patient centred care.  Highlighting how this can be applied in the acute setting to compassionately support patients and their loved ones.  

 

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Fire

This course is applicable to all staff and will cover the following:

  • The theory of Fire
  • Fire fighting equipment and how to use it
  • Fire Safety
  • Action to take in the event of a Fire

Please note:  We are piloting a new paperless attendance system. Please download the "CATQR" App from your chosen App store prior to attending this session. You will also require your Profile ID number to link your account.

 Using the App is not mandatory, however electronic registration on the day is.

Alternative eLearning Module

 Staff can now complete their basic fire safety training online by clicking the link below:

 

https://learning.bartshealth.nhs.uk/#/login (Please have your Profile ID to hand to log in)

 From here, select your Job Role, then Statutory and Mandatory Training, Essential Training, and then Fire Safety

 

Please note that staff at Newham University Hospital at Band 6 and above (plus band 5 clinical staff) need to attend a Fire Warden training session.

 

Please note below face to face training dates at West Wing Conference Suite at SBH is ONLY for staff that work at SBH.

All other staff should at this present time complete the Fire e-learning module as mentioned above

 

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Fire Wardens Training (Clinical)

 

An advanced face to face training session which also covers elements of site based training. Training items to include:

1) Importance of fire

2)Evacuation Principles/Strategy

3)Clinical Evacuation Decision Tree

4) Tabletop Evacuation Scenario Based.

Specific fire evacuation strategies will also be covered such as peronal evacuation plans, Fire Warden Check List

 

Note: This session is for clinical staff only clinical Band 5-7 (only Red or Amber staff). . There is a practical element involving using an extinguisher on a fire held outside. Please wear appropriate clothing with this in mind.

 

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Fire Wardens Training (Non Clincal)

An advanced face to face training session, which also covers elements of Site Based training. training items to include:

1) Importance of fire compartmentation

2)Evactuation principles/strategies

3) Hazard spotting

Specific fire evacuation strategies will also be covered such as Personnel Evacuation Plans, Fire Warden Check Lists.

 

Note: this session is for Non-clinical staff Only. Please wear appropriate clothing as there are practical elements to the training.

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Fundamentals of Care Development Programme for HCSWs/Rehab SW/Therapists

The Fundamentals of Care Development Programme is a personal development programme for  Support Workers who wants to develop their themselves programme aims to build on the expansion of the existing Health Care support workers, who have already completed the Care Certificate, and to increase their awareness and improve patient experience for effective patient outcomes. This is a continuing professional development programme to equip the HCSWs with knowledge skills and behaviours to effectively provide safe and compassionate care. More importantly this programme gives the participants the opportunity to proficiently undertake Enhanced Care to patients who require closer monitoring or those patients who are at risk of harm to self or others.

Additionally, this programme will provide the HCSWs with the opportunity to undertake and lead a Quality Improvement project in their service clinical areas.

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Fundamentals of Care: Band 6 Clinical Leadership and Management Programme

This programme is aimed at developing our Band 6 nursing, midwifery and Allied Health Professionals (AHP) colleagues and has been designed based on the feedback received from staff and management in clinical areas across Barts Health. The programme has been mapped against the nine domains of NHS Leadership Academy’s Health Care Leadership Model and has a strong focus in the Trust’s expectations of fulfilling the Bands 6 nursing, midwifery and AHP role

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HCSW’s Education Day/Forum

To discuss up dates on what’s happening at Barts Health NHS  Trust
Information on career  and development  pathways for  Bands 1-4 including HEI partners
Learning  and development  opportunities  provided by  specialist within the Trust
Individual experience  and  opportunity to  learn from each other.

Inaugural ACP Conference

Join our Barts health Inaugural Advancing Practice conference, which is being held online as a virtual event due to the on-going COVID 19 Pandemic.

This collaborative virtual  event, is taking place on Wednesday the 12th of May and will bring together practitioners, educators,  and  researchers  from a wide range of backgrounds and experience to share best practice, co-create, network and to hear the latest news about how advanced practice is helping to deliver the national and local healthcare agenda.

Provisional conference schedule

  • National and London Update
  • Overview from ED
  • ACP career pathway
  • New supervision guidelines/supervision update
  • Sharing ACP research
  • ACP leadership Development

ACP Preceptorship

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Interim OSCE Programme for International Nurses

OSCE Practice for International Nurses

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Intravenous Infusion Therapy and IVT Drug Calculation Workshop

This IVT Moodle webpage is to provide registered practitioners the information required on how to access and complete the Capital Nurse IVT e-assessment and e-passport on the Health Education for England e-LfH website.

It will in addition, provide Drug Calculation Workshop is suitable for all registered practitioners who administer medicines via intravenous route in their clinical practice. The workshop intends to support registered practitioners who require support or further help with the mathematical contents involved in drug calculations.

The aim of the workshop is to improve the drug-dosage calculation skills and knowledge of our registered practitioners with a view of  promoting safety in IV drugs administration in clinical practice.

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Intravenous Therapy

IV Therapy 

Information on how to access CapitalNurse IVT e-assessment & e-passport on HEE e-LfH (Please note: IV Therapy is no longer delivered as a face to face facilitated session)

ESR Access to IV Therapy e-assessment & e-passport on HEE e-LfH

You can now access IV Therapy e-assessment and e-passport via Barts Health Electronic Staff Record Learning Management System with your log-in or smart cards. From the ESR portal, you can choose the option - my learning and search the course catalogue for:

000 IV Therapy Passport. Thiswilllink you to the IV T course and pressing start will upload this to your ESR portal. The ESR keeps a record that you have started and completed the course.

The IV Therapy Passport

The IV Therapy Passport is an agreed approach and pathway through intravenous (IV) medication administration training and assessment. It has been developed and designed through collaboration with stakeholders from health care organisations and higher education institutes across London.

The pathway leads Health Care Professionals (HCP) to gain an IV Therapy Passport which enables that person to transfer between organisations in London with their IV skills, without the need to retrain. The passport enables health care professionals to transfer with their IV skills, between organisations in London without the need to retrain. 

Although designed and developed in London, the pathway is of relevance nationally.The passport is designed for registered and student health care professionals caring for infants, children, young people and adults, whose role requires the administration of intravenous medication for patients. Healthcare professionals can access the pathway and passport at a range of points in their career, these may be as:

  • pre-registration student such as a student nurse or midwife 
  • internationally recruited healthcare professional
  • registrant after registration with a professional body
  • existing member of the workforce to up-skill.

The IV Therapy Passport’s 3-steps pathway

The pathway to the passport is comprised of three steps as illustrated below: 

Step 1 Access Learning

The IV Therapy Passport programme for e-learning is on the HEE e-Learning for Healthcare hub (e-LfH). This programme of e-learning provides the full curriculum and is the preferred route to access the learning required for the passport. Read more about it here e-LfH IV Therapy Passport programme page and access the e-learning by following the link e-LfH Hub.

Step 2 Assess Knowledge

Assessment of knowledge is via e-assessment on the e-LfH Hub – this is the standardised gateway to practice learning and assessment. A drug calculation eAssessment is included.

Step 3 IV Practice Learning and Assessment (IV PLAD)

This IV Practice Learning and Assessment Document (IV PLAD) for the pathway is composed of a set of core proficiencies and a choice of optional proficiencies, selected to be relevant to a HCP’s current role.

Download IV PLAD for use in practice after completing Step 1 and 2.

The IV Therapy Passport (IV PLAD): The passport is evidence of the HCP’s learning, assessment, and proficiency in IV Therapy.

Intravenous Pump Training

On completion of the CapitalNurse e-assessment, please book your pump training with Barts Health Medical Device Team (bartshealth.medicaldevicetraining@nhs.net). For information on pump training: https://weshare.bartshealth.nhs.uk/medical-device-training 

IVT Drug Calculation Workshop

HCPs can access the IVT Drug Calculation Workshop and information on Moodle. This IVT Workshop provides additional support for HCPs before completing the CapitalNurse e-assessment and HCPs who may require further help with the mathematical contents involved in drug calculations. 

For more information or support please contact IV Therapy Lead:

oluwafiropo.olaofe@nhs.net

For further information on CapitalNurse IVT e-assessment and IV PLAD, please refer to the Capital Nurse presentation.

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Medicine Management Policy Launch

Trust wide Medicine quality and safety workshop aims to focus on increasing awareness of updated medicines management policy, and work on competencies, SI’s, case studies and learning from incidents.

On the below dates we aim to Launch the updated Medicines Management policy 2021.

 As it is a huge document, this 4 week series will cover various components of  Medicines management policy, key changes and its implication to practice which will make this more relevant and relatable and interactive

Please join virtually, via MS Teams.

Millennium training, including electronic observations (Covid 19)

This is a 90 minute teazching using the millennium system including recording of electronic observations.

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Moving & Handling - Spinal Injured Patient

 

  • This course is intended for all staff  (nurses, doctors, allied health professionals) who work with neurological patients who have sustained a spinal cord injury.
  • This course aims to provide specialist moving and handling advice on how undertake a log roll technique for a spinal injured patient.  The purpose of the log roll is to maintain alignment of the whole spine while turning and moving a patient with a spinal injury. Information regarding the national care guidelines will be provided.
  •  Demonstration and practical hands on practice with  specialist equipment will be provided. This training will form part of your statutory mandatory training when you attend the full day.

NB: Suitable clothing and shoes must be worn for practical sessions (shoes must be flat and cover toes, no flip flops). For Health & Safety reasons delegates will not be permitted into the session without appropriate footwear

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Moving & Handling Link Worker (2 Day Training)

 This course is an excellent development opportunity for both qualified staff and health care support workers. Your link workers will help you to build best practice for patient safety and dignity during handling, as well as promote staff safety and wellbeing.

NB: Suitable clothing and shoes must be worn for practical sessions (shoes must be flat and cover toes, no flip flops). For Health & Safety reasons delegates will not be permitted into the session without appropriate footwear

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Moving and Handling: Therapeutic Training

Specialist moving and handling for Occupational therapists and Physiotherapist

  • Course recommended for: Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist , Therapy assistants.
  • This course aims to provide specific specialist moving and handling advice for manual and therapeutic handling risks faced by therapists  in challenging handling situations. Demonstration and practical hands on practice with  specialist equipment will be provided. This training will form part of your statutory mandatory training.

NB: Suitable clothing and shoes must be worn for practical sessions (shoes must be flat and cover toes, no flip flops). For Health & Safety reasons delegates will not be permitted into the session without appropriate footwear

Annual Mentor Update

NMC Annual Practice Assessor and Practice Supervisor update

The new Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Standards for Student Supervision and Assessment (SSSA) are commencing from September 2019.

The annual updates are an opportunity for all mentors/assessors/supervisors to discuss and share information on changes within undergraduate nursing education.

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NON MEDICAL PRESCRIBER FORUM

Overall Aims

  • To provide a forum for all non-medical prescribers and trainees to network and share issues, developments audit and practice
  • To provide CPD updates relating to prescribing practice, legislations and trust policies and procedures

 

Learning Outcomes

  • Awareness in current legislation and National / regional/ local developments for non-medical prescribing
  • Aware of trusts developments for non-medical prescribers including policies and procedures
  • Update CPD for non-medical prescribing with a specific focus on implications and impact of co morbidities for NMPs
  • Networking and Sharing Practice
  • Awareness of CPD resources and development

 

Participants

All Bart’s Health Non-Medical prescribers

All Bart’s Health staff currently undertaking non-medical prescribing courses

Managers / Clinical team leaders wishing to learn more about non-medical prescribing or considering introduction

 

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Non-Medical Prescriber Conference

Annual Conference for all non medical prescribers and trainees.

Overall Aims

  • To provide a forum for all non-medical prescribers and trainees to network and share issues, developments audit and practice
  • To provide CPD updates relating to prescribing practice, legislations and trust policies and procedures

 Learning Outcomes

  • Awareness in current legislation and National / regional/ local developments for non-medical prescribing
  • Aware of trusts developments for non-medical prescribers including policies and procedures
  • Update CPD for non-medical prescribing with a specific focus on implications and impact of co morbidities for NMPs
  • Networking and Sharing Practice
  • Awareness of CPD resources and development

 Participants

All Bart’s Health Non-Medical prescribers

All Bart’s Health staff currently undertaking non-medical prescribing courses

Managers / Clinical team leaders wishing to learn more about non-medical prescribing or considering introduction

 

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Paediatric Diabetes Study Day

Full day study day on how to manage a newly diagnosed child or young person in an acute ward

Suitable for - Children's Nurses

Learning Outcomes

  • Be able to meet the MDT
  • Understand what is Diabetes and its management.
  • Understand the nursing management of DKA
  • How to use the meter and pump devices on the ward
  • How to manage a hypoglycaemia as per local guidelines 
  • How to manage a hyperglycaemia as per local guidelines 
  • How to do carb counting on the ward.
  • To understand the emotional impact on the child or young person and their family/carer from a Psychologist and parent vie. 

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Paediatric NIV and LTV Mandatory Study Day

Caring for children with tracheostomy or non invasive ventilation

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Paediatric Pain and Diabetes Management – update for experience nurse

AM: 9:00-14:00 Paediatric Pain Management  update for experienced nurses, includes:

Epidural training - 9:00-10:30 and PCA/NCA, Entonox,

Pain guidelines training 10:30 - 14:00.

Nurses who don't require epidural training can attend the sessions from 10:30 - 14:00. Nurses who are new to the Trust and/or are not experienced in caring for children with epidural /PCA/NCA can be booked on the preceptorship pain study day (please contact the PDNs) or please contact the Pain CNSs to discuss specific requirements. ​

PM: 14:00-17:00 Paediatric Diabetes Training  2 Yearly Update (Must previously attended a full day session)

Update current knowledge and skills in Diabetes Management within acute settings. Practical and written based workshop including pump session, refresher on carb counting and discussion on Datixs.

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Paediatric Pain Management for Experienced Nurses (epidural, PCA/NCA, pain guidelines)

This half day course includes PCA/NCA training, pain guidelines and updates on current pain issues as well as entonox training.

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PCA/Epidural knowledge and skills study day - Newham Staff ONLY

PCA and Epidural Workshop (PCA - 9.00-12.00 & Epidural - 13.00-16.00)

Learning Outcomes - 

  • Update knowledge and competency
  • Promote safe environment
  • To deliver highest standard of care

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Post Falls Management Workshop

This half day workshop will enable delegates to develop appropriate Moving and Handling techniques for themselves and the patient following a patient fall. Delegates will also have the opportunity to review their clinical post fall care in a simulation area.

NB: Suitable clothing and shoes must be worn for practical sessions (shoes must be flat and cover toes, no flip flops). For Health & Safety reasons delegates will not be permitted into the session without appropriate footwear

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Practical speech therapy skills for paediatric nurses

To provide paediatric nurses will core knowledge and practical skills to support children with feeding, swallowing and communication impairments during hospital admissions.

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Practice Assessor training to support undergraduate/student nurses

The new Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Standards for Student Supervision and Assessment (SSSA) are commencing from September 2019.

This training is for registered Nurses and Midwives that have been a Practice Supervisor for more than six months and will be supporting any undergraduate student nurse.

Please note: you must complete all e-learning sections via the Barts Health moodle page. Please bring the certificates of completion to the face-to-face session.

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Practice Supervisor training to support undergraduate learners

The new Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Standards for Student Supervision and Assessment (SSSA) are commencing from September 2019.

This training is for registered Nurses, Midwives and AHPs that will be supporting any undergraduate learners.

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Principles of Cancer Care

Your participation on this three-day course will improve your knowledge and understanding of cancer, enabling you to care for and communicate more effectively and confidently with cancer patients.

 

This course is for practitioners who are working in general settings, including community and hospices, who meet patients being investigated, diagnosed and treated for cancer.

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Ready Steady Go and Hello to Adult Services Programme – Roll out

To support with the rollout of the NICE accredited programme

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Refresher course for non-frontline staff and returners to practice

To enable staff who currently do not work in frontline clinical roles and registered nurses returning to practice to restore skills and confidence to work in an in-patient ward area in the capacity of a band 5 staff nurse.

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Return to clinical placement Covid-19 Undergraduate Induction

Undergraduate Induction for Medical Students

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Safeguarding Adults Level 3

 

This is a full day course which will discuss the below topics (course open to all staff)

 

 -Safeguarding including Self-neglect and Hoarding

 

-PREVENT

 

-Mental Capacity Act

 

-Changes from Deprivation of liberty safeguards (DOLS) to Liberty protection safeguards (LPS)

 

Alternative eLearning Module

 

 

Please click on the link below to do the Safeguarding Adults Level 3 training e-learning;

 

 

 

https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/level-3-safeguarding-adults

 

 IMPORTANT - Please email your completion to statandmand.bartshealth@nhs.net or your record will not update.

Safeguarding children level 3

Safeguarding Children Level 3 - Face to Face

StatMand Safeguarding Children Training for those needing Level 3 (Face to Face Sessions Only)

In response to the pandemic, changes have been made to the delivery of Safeguarding children level 3 training.  Staff who are required to attend level 3 training will need to complete both the Level 3 safeguarding children e-learning package on the e-Learning for Health site https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/ (approx. 4-5 hours) and the Safeguarding Level 3 Microsoft Teams training package (approx. 3 hours).  Staff will be recorded as compliant once they have sent proof of e-learning training to the safeguarding team and attended the Microsoft Teams training.  Staff are required to complete both elements of the training in a two week time frame. A screen shot of your e-learning certificate should be emailed to: Bartshealth.safeguardingadmin@nhs.net

If you require virtual sessions, please click the following hyperlink and see under "Safeguarding children level 3 - computer based learning (Microsoft teams)"

:https://www.bartshealthacademy.co.uk/statutory-and-mandatory-courses

 

 

Seeing Beyond the Diagnosis - Barts Health’s First Dementia & Delirium Conference

An inspirational and educational day which offers delegates the opportunity to feel more confident in using therapeutic engagement skills when working with people living with dementia or experiencing a delirium

Spinal

Spinal Study Day

Increase nurses awareness and knowledge about spinal conditions

Optimise nursing care for patients with spinal conditions

Optimise nursing care in patients with cord injury

 

Nurses only (All Bands)

Palliative care

Understanding End of Life Care for HCSW

This course is specifically for HCSW and will improve knowledge, skills and confidence when dealing with end of life care.

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We Can Talk Children and Young People Mental Health training

This training has been developed directly in response to the views, experiences and needs of young people and healthcare workers.

It was developed with funding by Health Education England at Barts Health NHS Trust in collaboration with the Common Room, the Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC) and Healthy Teen Minds.

It has been developed by a partnership between young people and adults with lived experience of mental health difficulties, health care professionals and mental health professionals.

Healthcare workers often report that they feel they lack the knowledge, skills and confidence to support young people with mental health problem.

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Workshop – Preparation for the FSRH Letter of competence in Subdermal Techniques (insertion only)

Providing a first step to support doctors and midwives working in maternity services  and doctors and nurses working in abortion services who are embarking on their journey towards gaining the FSRH Letter of competence in Subdermal Techniques (insertion only)

Improving clinical practice to enable these professionals to follow current best practice guidelines.

 

The following online training MUST be completed before the study day

1.           FSRH Contraceptive counselling course https://www.fsrh.org/education-and-training/fsrh-contraceptive-counselling-online-course/