Evening of short lectures and practical workshops covering emergencies of ENT
Wondering how you’ll cope with your first ENT emergency on call? Want to know a little more about common ENT problems?
Join us for an evening of lectures and hands on practical workshops covering common ENT presentations and emergencies, from current ENT trainees. Learn how to manage blocked tracheostomies, pack a bleeding nose, drain a quinsy and perform flexible nasoendoscopy. Open to all trainee levels.
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Human Factors Train the Trainer
Apply Now – December 2018 – February 2019
Do you have knowledge of human factors approaches? Could you help train others within your organisation?
Then this opportunity might be for you!
This five-day programme is designed to help organisations spread knowledge and awareness of human factors, by training individuals to deliver their own introductory-level HF programmes across the organisation.
Attendees will gain an advanced understanding of HF methods and learn the principles, knowledge and approaches for delivery.
This is ideal for those with existing knowledge of human factors, and is open to small teams within an organisation, possibly made up of team leaders, quality / safety leads, nursing and system leaders.
For more information, please visit our website or contact Peter.Ledwith@srft.nhs.uk.
Doing the Do – What Does it Mean to Lead Across a System?
Friday 7 December 2018, Manchester
At this event we’ll be taking an in-depth look at the common themes, behaviours and skills for effect system leadership in health and care, alongside partners NHS Mersey Internal Audit Agency (MIAA), NHS North West Leadership Academy, and the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) North West.
We’ll be hearing from three exciting leaders on what leadership means to them, including:
For more information or to book your place, please visit our website.
Mortality Improvement Community – Practical Steps for Mortality Reviews
Final Places Available – 13 December, Haydock
Part of our ongoing Mortality Improvement Community, this event will look at the practical steps staff working in mortality care can take during reviews, and how we can use learning to improve outcomes.
We’ll also be exploring the Structured Judgement Review (SJR) and how this can be undertaken across the whole health and care system. Book your place here.
This is a space for you to talk about what matters to you about working in health and social care.
We want to hear your ideas on 5 main areas to make things better for people working in health and care. Your comments will feed into the development of the long term plan for the NHS and the Social Care Green Paper.
This is a public site so other people will be able to see your comments and respond to them. Ministers and staff from the Department of Health and Social Care will get involved in the conversation too.
Find out more and start sharing your ideas.
You can choose to be anonymous on this platform by ensuring the information you provide in the sign-up process does not identify you.
Stepping Up is a fully funded, two to three month positive action programme from the NHS Leadership Academy. It has been designed for individuals who have an interest in developing their leadership abilities and want to be involved in creating a transformational change in equality and diversity across the healthcare sector.
The programme aims to create greater levels of sustainable inclusion within the NHS by addressing the social, organisational and psychological barriers restricting BAME colleagues from progressing within the NHS. It is split into two cohorts – one for bands 5 and 6 and another for people in band 7 roles and runs across four or five residential dates (depending on cohort). The programme has been designed specifically for these colleagues.
“I feel more confident and able to harness the power of cultural heritage to improve my abilities as a leader.” David Van de Velde, Nurse, Central and North West NHS Foundation Trust
Take a look at the participant guide here for information on submitting an application. Deadline for applications is Monday 1st October 2018, please be aware that this offer is in high demand.
If you require any further information, please contact us on 0113 322 5699. We look forward to supporting you in your leadership journey.
Building Resilience: Supporting Senior Leaders undertaking Transformation across Systems - NHS Leadership Academy events
Building Resilience: Supporting Senior Leaders undertaking
Transformation across Systems
In our recent work to understand system leadership behaviours for public sector leaders, resilience was one of the most prominent themes. Across 17-18 the NHS NWLA expanded the range of offers available for our members to take an in-depth look at their levels of resilience and the impact of this for leadership and cultures of high performance.
Following on from the success of our previous Building and Sustaining Personal and Organisational Resilience workshops, the NHS NWLA are delighted to confirm a new set of dates for these sessions across the Autumn 2018. Workshops are aimed at executive leads and senior leaders working at a system level and further details and booking information can be seen below:
What do we really mean by resilience? Is it something anyone can develop? And how does resilience affect performance, wellbeing and happiness?
Personal resilience is arguably the most important resource for coping well during challenging times. During a one day masterclass we will be supporting senior leaders working at a system level across the North West to explore skills that will increase confidence in their ability to bounce back from the many pressures senior leaders encounter in today’s workplace and daily lives. In addition participants will focus on reviewing the leadership required to build effective performance and wellbeing within their teams, both within organisations and across localities and systems. We will:
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Get ready for the roll out of this year’s Total Reward Statements and make sure your staff benefits schemes are up to date. Released in August, the statements provide an opportunity to highlight the overall benefits for working for your organisation.
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Health Education England is encouraging young people to consider degrees in nursing and the allied health professions, highlighting the high employment rates and the chance to make a difference to people’s lives.
Access resources to promote these careers to undergraduates here
Join in with the NHS Leadership Academy social media campaign which encourages NHS staff at every level to share pictures, videos and posts of the qualities and values they think future leaders will need for tomorrow’s NHS.
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