South West CEPN Learning Series Presentations Now Available

The ‘South West Community Education Provider Network (SW CEPN) Learning Series’ are a sequence of learning sessions which cover various topics relating to primary care education and workforce. The sessions aim to foster improvement through shared learning and collaboration and are facilitated by the SW AHSN on behalf of the CEPNs in the South West.

To find out about future SW CEPN Learning Series sessions check our events page regularly.

You can access presentations from past sessions below:

Working Together, Learning Together – Developing inter-professional education and training in primary care.

Presenter: Dr Daisy Robinson, GP

Date: Monday 17 October 2016

In this session, Dr Daisy Robinson, a GP who has recently completed a GP Leadership Training Extension (ST4) year with Health Education South West, gives an overview of her project to develop inter-professional training opportunities across primary care teams within Newton Abbott locality in South Devon.

Inspired by an interest in joint working amongst GP trainers, the project considered how greater collaboration around education might look for the wider primary care workforce. It sought to highlight current variation and overlap between CPD, training and education needs and provision across community and practice-based primary care teams in one locality, and tested innovative and locally- driven ideas for change.

A key outcome was the locality’s first multi-professional primary care education event. With time and resources limited, it is a story of how enthusiasm, listening, understanding and sharing innovation can lead to early positive results.

See session presentation here 

 

The Evolution of Care Kite Mark – An example of a sustainable and credible movement for change and quality improvement.

Presenter: George Coxon, Chair, Devon Care Kite Mark

Date: Tuesday 15 November 2016

In this session, George Coxon, a former Senior Commissioner for NHS Devon and owner of two non-nursing care homes in Devon, provides an overview of the Devon Care Kite Mark programme. Founded in 2012, the Devon Care Kite Mark is a provider-led movement based on sharing and collaborative learning. Developed through a phased approach, the movement has generated a lot of local sign up as well as wide national and international interest.

George covers setting up an effective collaborative network in a competitive market, increasing sign up and membership of a network, and how to develop a strategic approach in eight easy steps.

See session presentation here 

 

Integrated Clinical Pharmacy – Do you need it?

Presenter: Sally Mayell, Clinical Director of Pharmacy, Livewell Southwest

Date: Tuesday 06 December 2016

In this session, Sally Mayell provides information about regional developments around integrating clinical pharmacists into general practice. Sally shares first-hand experiences for learning and to arm you with the tools required to ensure implementation and integration is successful and return on investment is optimised. You will develop a clear understanding of the different roles of pharmacists across sectors and how a pharmacist can support you in your practice in the delivery of safe and timely care to your patients.

See session presentation here 

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