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July 2020

Study Day:
GP Event - Dementia and End of Life Care

Start date: 15 Jul

Join us on Wednesday 15th July 2020 1-2pm for the next GP learning session.

This session with focus on Dementia and End of Life care.

In order to ensure that we will deliver this to you safely and to comply with safety measures, we will be delivering the training session using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. This is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require you to simply click onto a link that will be sent to you via E mail to attend the session. The only requirement that you will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad or iPhone/smart phone.

Fully funded

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Workshop:
Resilience and self-Care – A bespoke session to support care home Staff

Start date: 22 Jul

This 1.5 hour virtual session will explore what resilience is and identify individual and practical ways to introduce self-care into the working day.

In order to ensure that we will deliver this to you safely and to comply with safety measures, we will be delivering the training session using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. This is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require you to simply click onto a link that will be sent to you via E mail to attend the session. The only requirement that you will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad, iPhone or smart phone.

Fully funded by LCC

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Short Course:
ReSPECT Awareness (Care home and domiciliary social care staff)

Start date: 23 Jul

OTHER DATES AVAILABLE, FOLLOW LINK

On Wednesday 1st January 2020 the Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment (ReSPECT) form was launched across LLR and will eventually replace the need for a DNACPR form.

This session will be delivered using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. ECHO is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require delegates to simply click onto a link that will be sent to them via E mail to attend the session. The only requirement that delegates will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad or iPhone

Fully funded

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Short Course:
ReSPECT Awareness (receptionists, practice managers, practice nurses).

Start date: 23 Jul

OTHER DATES AVAILABLE, FOLLOW LINK

On Wednesday 1st January 2020 the Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment (ReSPECT) form was launched across LLR and will eventually replace the need for a DNACPR form.

This session will be delivered using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. ECHO is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require delegates to simply click onto a link that will be sent to them via E mail to attend the session. The only requirement that delegates will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad or iPhone

Fully funded

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Workshop:
Dementia Friends

Start date: 28 Jul

Dementia Friends is a national initiative from the Alzheimer’s Society. Its objectives are to make the nation more aware of dementia and improve attitudes towards the disease.

In order to ensure that we will deliver training safely and to comply with safety measures under the COVID situation, we will be delivering some of our training sessions using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. ECHO is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require delegates to click onto a link that will be sent to them via E-mail to attend the session. The only requirement that delegates will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad, iPhone or smart phone.

Fully funded

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August 2020

Workshop:
Dementia Friends

Start date: 26 Aug

Dementia Friends is a national initiative from the Alzheimer’s Society. Its objectives are to make the nation more aware of dementia and improve attitudes towards the disease.

In order to ensure that we will deliver training safely and to comply with safety measures under the COVID situation, we will be delivering some of our training sessions using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. ECHO is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require delegates to click onto a link that will be sent to them via E-mail to attend the session. The only requirement that delegates will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad, iPhone or smart phone.

Fully funded

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September 2020

Workshop:
Dementia Friends

Start date: 21 Sep

Dementia Friends is a national initiative from the Alzheimer’s Society. Its objectives are to make the nation more aware of dementia and improve attitudes towards the disease.

In order to ensure that we will deliver training safely and to comply with safety measures under the COVID situation, we will be delivering some of our training sessions using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. ECHO is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require delegates to click onto a link that will be sent to them via E-mail to attend the session. The only requirement that delegates will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad, iPhone or smart phone.

Fully funded

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Workshop:
East Midlands Palliative Care Research & Audit

Start date: 29 Sep

The key note session will be from the team at LOROS who have been funded by the NIHR to explore the experiences of people from BAME communities about thinking ahead about deterioration and dying.

In order to ensure that we will deliver training safely and to comply with safety measures under the COVID situation, we will be delivering some of our training sessions using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. ECHO is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require delegates to click onto a link that will be sent to them via E-mail to attend the session. The only requirement that delegates will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad, iPhone or smart phone.

Fully funded

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October 2020

Workshop:
Dementia Friends

Start date: 22 Oct

Dementia Friends is a national initiative from the Alzheimer’s Society. Its objectives are to make the nation more aware of dementia and improve attitudes towards the disease.

In order to ensure that we will deliver training safely and to comply with safety measures under the COVID situation, we will be delivering some of our training sessions using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. ECHO is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require delegates to click onto a link that will be sent to them via E-mail to attend the session. The only requirement that delegates will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad, iPhone or smart phone.

Fully funded

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November 2020

Workshop:
Dementia Friends

Start date: 18 Nov

Dementia Friends is a national initiative from the Alzheimer’s Society. Its objectives are to make the nation more aware of dementia and improve attitudes towards the disease.

In order to ensure that we will deliver training safely and to comply with safety measures under the COVID situation, we will be delivering some of our training sessions using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. ECHO is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require delegates to click onto a link that will be sent to them via E-mail to attend the session. The only requirement that delegates will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad, iPhone or smart phone.

Fully funded

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December 2020

Workshop:
Dementia Friends

Start date: 15 Dec

Dementia Friends is a national initiative from the Alzheimer’s Society. Its objectives are to make the nation more aware of dementia and improve attitudes towards the disease.

In order to ensure that we will deliver training safely and to comply with safety measures under the COVID situation, we will be delivering some of our training sessions using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. ECHO is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require delegates to click onto a link that will be sent to them via E-mail to attend the session. The only requirement that delegates will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad, iPhone or smart phone.

Fully funded

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January 2021

Study Day:
Symptom Management for Registered Nurses

Start date: 06 Jan

This study day is designed specifically for registered nurses, and is led by nurses specialising in end of life care. The day will explore the symptoms most commonly experienced by patients approaching end of life. National guidance will underpin the training ensuring that delegates have the most up to date clinical information and techniques for symptom management at this stage in life.

£90 per person

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February 2021

Workshop:
Foundation Level Communication Skills Training - SAGE & THYME

Start date: 02 Feb

This half day workshop: SAGE & THYME is an evidence based approach designed to equip staff at all levels with a structure and skills enabling them to provide person-centred support to anyone with emotional concerns. The workshop, run by 3 experienced facilitators uses a mix of group work, lectures and rehearsals to improve learners’ confidence, competence and knowledge of how to listen and respond to concerns.

£90 per person

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March 2021

Workshop:
Having Conversations about Serious Illness: Intermediate Communication Skills Training

Start date: 11 Mar

This half day workshop for registered nurses and nursing associates builds on foundation level communications skills and is designed to improve confidence and skills in communicating with patients and families about serious illness and dying. The interactive format of the session includes group work, videos and practice sessions with other delegates in a safe and supportive environment.

£50 per person

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