Online blended learning course

Protected: Health Change Conversations in Primary Care – South West London – digital course

Mental healthcare

Course information

Upcoming Date: 10/11/2020
Upcoming Time: 09:30 - 16:00
Length: 2 days
Cost: Free
Equivalent to 9 CPD hours

About the course

This course is open to all staff completing health checks in Primary Care in South East or South West London and is funded by a grant from Health Education England.

The course covers all aspects of having health change conversations in Primary Care using skills from Motivational Interviewing.

Day One: Interactive Session looking at how to have effective health change conversation using the skills from Motivational interviewing. There will be a series of videos and remote teaching looking at some basic skills to start the conversations about making health changes and wellbeing. There will be a particular focus on those patients who might also have underlying mental health conditions.

Day Two: There will also be a virtual simulation day to try out and help embed new knowledge and skills with a series of simulated real -life scenarios using Actors as simulated patients. There will be a structured debrief to help draw out the skills learn from day one.

*You need to have completed day one to join day two.

 

Course Information

Target audience

Healthcare assistant, Nurse associate, Nursing student, RGN

Locations
Date
Length & Time
This course will be taking place online.
10/11/2020
Half day teaching session - 9:30-13:00
This course will be taking place online.
23/11/2020
Full day simulation 9:30-16:00

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