New continuous professional development training

Learning from incidents

New continuous professional development training launches with a masterclass on Infection, Prevention and Control.

A new series of training events is being launched that will provide staff with access to experts in their fields on key subjects contributing towards their continuous professional development.

The events will take place around the region and will be open to all staff. Staff who are unable to attend will be able to watch a recording of the masterclass at a time convenient to them.

In a special pilot of the new scheme, Dr Ian Hosein, Associate Medical Director for Infection Prevention and Control at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, will be presenting a masterclass on Infection, Prevention and Control.

The masterclass takes place at 10am on Friday, 15th February at the Meeting Room, Chelmsford ambulance station.  It is expected to last 45 minutes.

A link to the recorded event will be posted on Need to Know after the event.

The programme of future events will include experts both from within the Trust and from other organisations. Topics will include:

February – Safeguarding (FGM)

March – Paediatric Illnesses

April – Autism and Learning Disabilites in Out of Hospital Care

May – Maternity and Emergency Labour

June – End of Life Care

July – Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease

August – Frailty in the Emergency Setting

September – Dealing with Suicide in the Out of Hospital Environment

October – Mental Health

November – Respiratory Diseases

December – Trauma

Published 13th February 2019


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