Book your place on the New to Practice Programme 2022/23
The New to Practice Programme is a national initiative designed to support newly qualified GPs, Nurses and Nursing Associates and to help them to gain confidence and skills to successfully begin their career in general practice and thrive
FULL BROCHURE: NTPP Brochure 2022
NURSING ASSOCIATES LINK: NTPP NA 2022
PRACTICE NURSES LINK: NTPP GPN 2022
GENERAL PRACTITIONERS LINK: NTPP GP 2022
Download and complete the Enrolment and Monitoring forms below to book your place, and return to [email protected] with your practice/line manager cc’d in. Thank you.
Simulation Training for HCPs in Primary Care
The Kent & Medway Primary Care Training Hub is delighted to offer the opportunity to attend the following sessions all centred around emergencies which may occur in a primary care setting.
Simulation offers a unique way of learning and the sessions are designed to enable participants to learn about the clinical management of the scenario and the non technical and human factors around teamwork, communication and leadership in a safe environment. These sessions are fully funded by the Training Hub and are free to attend to all healthcare staff in Kent and Medway.
There are three simulation training events:
* Oncological emergencies simulation training for Primary Care with the Kent and Medway Macmillan team
Saturday 11th June, 9-4pm @ Digital Innovation Centre, Folkestone. Book your place on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/324679885277
* Emergencies in Primary Care simulation training day
Saturday 2nd July, 9-4pm @ Darent Valley Hospital. Book your place on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/324760345937
* Paediatric emergencies in Primary Care simulation training
Saturday 26th November, 9-4pm @ Tunbridge Wells Hospital. Book your place on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/324778961617
‘I am delighted to say that the in-situ simulation training for COVID vaccination centres that the West Kent Primary Care Simulation Team has been delivering over the last 6 months has been shortlisted in the HSJ Patient Safety Awards 2021 under the “Primary Care Initiative of the year” category.
This is a huge achievement for our small team and we are extremely pleased to be recognised at a national level. Thank you to all the PCNs and attendees who have joined our training and all your valuable feedback- it all helped get us on the shortlist!’
Dr Jane Roome, Lead for the West Kent Primary Care Simulation Team
Jane Roome, Reshma Rajagopal and Caroline Sweeney
Jan Campbell, Hayley Dunton, Rob Derrick, Louise Hopkins, Nicki Knight, Sarah Vigor and Jo Waugh and Daniel Grace who although he wasn’t able to join the sessions has provided valuable support with the scenarios.