This pack is made up of resources that staff with lived experience of Long Covid have found helpful in their own recovery journey.
EMIS Academy is a free of charge e-learning platform which allows all clinicians and non-clinicians to learn how to use the system in a way that suits them and their busy working life.
The Integrated Care Support Services, in collaboration with Dr Jeremy Gray, have compiled a document of educational resources for GPs, including links to training courses, podcasts, literature and more!
Do you want to learn how you can contribute to a low carbon NHS, where high quality care is delivered, whilst protecting the health of future generations? Click here to find out more and earn your Carbon Literacy accreditation.
This example induction checklist template provides a consistent and comprehensive set of steps to give staff in primary care settings an effective induction, supporting them to integrate and gain confidence in their new roles.
For those working in PCNs and integrated care boards, recruitment support and guidance for the PCN multidisciplinary team is available on the FutureNHS collaboration platform (login required), and via the links below.
A summary of the roles covered by the ARRS scheme, including Key roles and responsibilities, Education and training requirements and recommended minimum supervision.
This guidance supports primary care networks (PCNs) and GP practices to provide effective supervision for their growing multidisciplinary teams (MDTs). It: - sets out principles of supervision for roles new to general practice - identifies best practice to support the development of good clinical governance -provides guidance on training and developing the workforce.
The Specialist Pharmacy Service aims to to improve the use of medicines to help people live longer, fuller lives by creating a rich source of impartial advice for pharmacists and other professionals using medicines.
As part of NCLs LTC LCS programme, clinicians are required to have either Tier 2 or Tier 3 asthma training to provide the Children and Young People Asthma Model of Care.
In this episode Dr Munir Adam speaks to a GP who has a lot of good advice to share with us about how we can use our time more efficiently.