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Primary Care Team Learning Together

Achieving practice team stability during a global pandemic

 

This series of webinars is delivered by the Scottish Government Primary Care team and NHS Education for Scotland General Practice Nursing and Practice Management teams explore how we can support each other and maintain practice team stability during these times.

 

Primary Care Team Learning Together Webinar 1

Held on 28 October 2020

You can view a recording of the webinar here

Programme:

  • Message from Cabinet Secretary  - Jeane Freeman, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, Scottish Government
  • Supporting the practi Save and publish ce workforce during a pandemic  -  Tricia McIntoshProfessional Advisor GPN, Primary Care Directorate, Scottish Government and Vicki Waqa, CPD Specialist Lead (GPN), NHS Education for Scotland  
  • An Update from the Primary Care Directorate, Scottish Government  - Fiona Duff, Senior Advisor PM, Primary Care Directorate, Scottish Government 
  • Leading with Love - Lynne Innes, National Co-ordinator for GPN, NHS Education for Scotland 

 

Primary Care Team Learning Together Webinar 2

Held on 10 December 2020

You can view a recording of the webinar here

Programme:

  • An Update from the Primary Care Directorate, Scottish Government  - Prof. Sir Lewis Ritchie, Clinical Advisor, Primary Care Directorate, Scottish Government 
    • Redesign of Urgent Care work  
    • Covid Vaccine programme  
    • Practice Activity Data  
  • Myth-busting Near Me  - Marc Beswick, National Lead, Near Me Network and Rachel Bourke, TEC Programme Manager, NSS 
  • Teamwork and Communication: It's all in a huddle - Tracey Crickett, National Co-ordinator Scottish Practice Management Development Network, NHS Education for Scotland

Resources:

  • Q and As and useful resources relating to the Near Me presentation can be found here
  • A copy of the huddle checklist used by DMG can be found here

 

Primary Care Team Learning Together Webinar 3

Held on 28 January 2021

You can view a recording of the webinar here

Programme: 

  • Recovery from lasting symptoms for people who have had the Corona Virus - Jan Beattie, AHP Advisor
    Scottish Government
  • It’s OK not to be OK - Vikki Bruce, Team Leader and Ray de Souza, National Wellbeing Adviser, Scottish Government Health Workforce Directorate
  • Supporting ourselves and our teams - Paul Graham, Head of Spiritual Care and Wellbeing, NHS Lanarkshire

Resources:

  • Jan Beattie's presentation is available here
  • Vikki Bruce and Ray de Souza's presentation is available here
  • The Focus on Wellbeing Webinar Programme for Health and Social Care staff can be viewed here
  • Paul Graham's presentation is available here

 

Primary Care Team Learning Together Webinar 4

 

Held on 17 March 2021

You can view a recording of the webinar here

Programme: 

  • 1. ‘Moving forward’.
    • Prof. Amanda Croft, Chief Nursing Officer, Scottish Government
    • Dr. Chris Williams, Joint Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners, Scotland
    • Aidan Grisewood, Interim Director of Primary Care, Primary Care Directorate, Scottish Government.
  • ‘Living through a pandemic - the experience of children, young people, and families’
    • Wendy Mitchell, Professional Advisor Early Years & Children Services, Chief Nursing Officer’s Directorate & Directorate for Children and Families, Scottish Government
    • Anne Armstrong, Nurse Advisor, Social care and Mental Health Directorate, Scottish Government.
    • Pauline Beirne, Professional Advisor, Allied Health Professions, Children and Young People Services, Scottish Government

 

 



Primary Care Team Learning Together Webinar 5 - General Practice Recovery Launch event

 

Held on 28 April 2021 

You can view a recording of the webinar here

Programme: 

  • Welcome and Introductions - Fiona Duff, Senior Advisor, Primary Care Division, Scottish Government
  • The patient’s experience of accessing primary care during the pandemic  - Georgina Charlton, Integrated Support Development Officer, ALLIANCE ScotlandHow do we work with and communicate effectively with patients as we move out of the pandemic? 
  • Practice’s experience of communicating effectively  - Vicki ClarkPractice Manager, Kyle Medical Practice and Tracey Crickett, National Co-ordinator Scottish Practice Management Development Network, NHS Education for Scotland
  • National Messaging - Anna Dougherty, Policy Manager, Primary Care Division, Scottish Government 
  • Managing patients with Long Term Conditions in the future - Diane Macmichael, Specialist Lead GPN CPD, NHS Education for Scotland
  • Support and guidance for practices as we move out of the pandemic?  - Charlotte Leggatt, Specialist Lead, Dental Practice Manager Education, NHS Education for Scotland

Primary Care Team Learning Together Webinar 6 - Long Term Conditions Management Moving Forward Part 1

Held on 1 June 2021 

You can view a recording of the webinar here

Programme: 

  • Welcome and Introductions - Vicki WaqaNational Coordinator GPN, NHS Education for Scotland
  • Implications of Covid-19 on monitoring LTCs, how to approach LTC care and what guidance is available - Dr Scott  Jamieson, GP, Kirriemuir Medical Practice
  • Redesigning the delivery of high quality care to enable and effective and effiecient person-centred delivery - Dr Nico Grunenberg, GP, Ravenswood Surgery, Forfar
  • Redesigning the system of care at St Triduanas Medical Practice, enabling the delivery of high quailty clinical care -  Alison Fox, Practice Manager, St Triduanas Medical Practice

Dr Scott Jamieson's slides can be downloaded here

Dr Nico Grunenberg's slides can be downloaded here

Primary Care Team Learning Together Webinar 7 - Long Term Conditions Management Moving Forward Part 2

Held on 24 June 2021 

You can view a recording of the webinar here

Programme: 

  • Welcome and Introductions - Tracey CrickettNational Coordinator Scottish Practice Management Development Network, NHS Education for Scotland
  • Redesigning the system of care at St Triduanas Medical Practice, enabling the delivery of high quailty clinical care -  Alison Fox, Practice Manager, Dr Louise Bailey, GP and Jo Wallace, Practice Nurse, St Triduanas Medical Practice
  • To share experience delivering occupational therapy interventions using a blended model of remote and face to face working - Claire Muir, Occupational Therapist, Programme Lead – MDT working and service integration, NHS Ayrshire and Arran
  • Approaches to shared Decision Making and how to ensure care is based on what matters to people - Margaret McKeith, Acting Assistant Director, and Tracey Pettifer, Community Links Worker, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE)

 

This page was last updated on: 12.07.2021 at 11.16


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