NCL Training Hub is recruiting a Business Change Facilitator who will be the new Long Term Conditions Locally Commissioned Service (LTC LCS) in North Central London. The closing date is 23/02/2023.
Congratulations to the recently appointed Digital Care home champions. These paid champions voices will help shape NCL digital programme. Click here to meet the team and find out more about their role backgrounds.
NCL ICB invites you to ongoing peer led mindfulness sessions every Tuesday and Friday. Find the link to join these session here.
Applications are now open to Registered Nurses, Midwives, AHPs, HCAS and Pharmacists for the NCL Aspiring Leaders of Education Fellowship.
NHSE are looking to understand the impact existing approaches to recruitment and retention have had to feed into future proposals for support for people working in general practice, inviting colleague to complete a survey or join focus groups about what frontline staff think is needed to strengthen workforce retention.
The first NCL ICS Current Awareness Bulletin of 2023 from NCL's Knowledge Services team is now available.
NCL Training Hub is recruiting for a Clinical Lead for LTC Training who will provide clinical leadership to the LTC Programme team to support the delivery and management of the programme. Closing date: 19/01/2023.
NCL Training Hub is recruiting for 3 experienced clinicians to champion Personalised Care in North Central London and provide clinical leadership to engage and network across borough providers to raise the profile of the personalisation agenda. Closing date: 12/01/2023.
Facilitators required: Talent Management Support Networks (TMSNs) for BME General Practice Nurses and Community Nurses
NHSE (London) in partnership with HEE are looking to recruit registered nurses, midwives, or AHPs (Equivalent of Band 8a or above) to help facilitate the Talent Management Support Network for General Practice Nurses and Community Nurses from BME backgrounds. EOI's close on 27/1/23.
NCL Training Hub is recruiting for a Project Manager who will provide project management and administrative support to underpin the successful delivery of the Faculty and Quality work programme across the five boroughs of North Central London. Closing date: 20/01/2023.
This Primary Care Survival Toolkit is aimed at health professionals working in the primary care sector who want to build resilience as individuals and as employers.
The 'Putting Shared Decision Making into Action' training is an excellent opportunity, that is PCI accredited, for Diabetes clinical staff across London with two half days of training offered between February to April 2023. Click here to find out more on how to reserve your spot!