End of Life
Please follow this link for the HEE KSS End of Life Directory – June 2019
Being a reflective practitioner benefits people using health and care services by:
- Supporting individual professionals in multi-disciplinary team work.
- Fostering improvements in practice and services.
- Assuring the public that health and care professionals are continuously learning and seeking to improve.
Please follow this link to a statement from our regulatory bodies on the benefits of being a reflective practitioner on both a personal, professional and patient population level.
free to subscribers but there are some free modules for all.
For GPs courses include:
- Supporting people with cancer in primary care in association with MacMillan Cancer Support
- Screening for cervical cancer
- Revalidation in primary care
- Child Safeguarding: When to suspect child maltreatment – in association with NICE
Collection of CPD points as a GP
Please follow this link for CPD guidance for GPs – https://www.gmc-uk.org/-/media/documents/cpd-guidance-for-all-doctors-0316_pdf-56438625.pdf
Please contact your Senior Appraiser if you have any further queries.
Doctors in Training Induction Programme
Health Education England (HEE) have developed and launched a free, national online induction programme for doctors in training. It incorporates key relevant clinical topics which support doctors in training with the additional competences needed as part of their induction to provide high quality patient care.
The content is available as three ‘patient journey’ scenarios and each come with an assessment to confirm competence acquisition. Completing this content in advance allows Trust induction days to focus on welcome, orientation and key local learning; saving time and enhancing the experience. The competencies gained through this online induction package can be ‘passported’ for up to three years as the doctors in training move between Trusts.
The scenarios included in the programme cover the following topics:
- Scenario one – Blood Transfusion and Consent
- Scenario two – Safe Prescribing and Venous Thromboembolism (VTE)
- Scenario three – Mental Capacity Act and Death Certification.
Each scenario also covers the learning outcomes for Risk Management and Record Keeping, where relevant within the patient scenarios.
For more information on this programme, that is free for doctors in training to access, please visit: https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/doctors-in-training-induction/
GP Retainer Scheme
click here for information regarding the GP
You may find the following video located here useful as a summary.
Tools for telephone triage of children
Taken from the Sepsis Trust:
- For Under 5’s
- For 5-11 year olds
- Age 12+ including adults