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Healthcare & Medical CPD Events in December 2018

  • Perhati Counseling and Care Center

    The Dynamic of Psyche: The Constructive and Deconstructive Cycle of the Psychic Process

    A strong ego is necessary to equip a person to face his/her overwhelming unconscious during stressful situation. Therefore; the ego strengthening of the psyche is an important natural phase in one’s psychotherapy. The strengthening involves both the constructive and the deconstructive aspects of the psychic work. The patient will manifest ego defenses to detail from the therapeutic process. The presenter will use the sand pictures of patients to illustrate how the constructive and destructive cycle appeared in their sand playing works; and how the resulting strong ego enable the patient to face the liminal phase of the transformative process.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Considering the impact on healthcare professionals when a child dies

    Provides an opportunity to reflect on the impact work which brings you into contact with child death has on you.

  •  Omniamed Communications Limited

    OmniaMed GP Update – Autumn 2018 series

    The OmniaMed GP Update is a free-to-attend live educational meeting series for those working in General Practice

  • Open Forum Events

    Health & Social Care: Investment; Innovation & Integration

    Following the Chancellor’s Autumn 2018 budget statement; this conference will scrutinise the viability of the government’s NHS funding plans – encouraging forthright analysis and discussion on potential changes to taxation; ring-fencing; increased borrowing; the allocation of a ‘Brexit dividend’ and initiatives that could benefit from the Ł487 million technological investment pledge announced by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care – with conversations led by policy makers; distinguished health economists; tech-innovators and clinicians at the heart of healthcare funding.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Root Cause Analysis: 2 Day Intensive Training Course

    Facilitated by Kate Hill – Solicitor – InPractice this interactive and practical course will provide a structured approach to incident investigation from an initial understanding of the legal and factual context – through to information collection / analysis / the report and writing a final action plan. The first day will focus on information collection / data organisation and analysis. The second day of this interactive training will provide guidance on how to support staff and interview techniques. There will then be a root cause analysis case study. One of the most common complaints made about incident reports in the NHS is the lack of consistency. The aim of this course is to ensure a consistent approach to investigations that is supportive and solution orientated.

  • Open Forum Events

    Looked After Children: Improving Life Chances

    The Looked After Children: Improving Life Chances conference will offer delegates the opportunity to be fully briefed on the current situation within the care system and gain an update on the latest developments in terms of policy and funding. Guided by a line-up of expert speakers; the agenda will address some of the major child protection issues facing those entering the care system and examine the support needed to ensure that looked after children receive the best possible care and can look forward to a bright future.

  • NPAG- Thames Management Services

    Operating Theatres Best Value Group

    The Operating Theatres Benchmarking Group is an expert group of NHS Theatre Mangers and team members; bringing together a wealth of knowledge and experience; discussing what matters in individual organisations and to the profession collectively on a day to day basis. Each meeting contains at least two key presentations from an external source. Staple agenda items include: Cost improvements and efficiency savings; MHRA Reports and Alerts; W.H.O. Checklists and Governance; Theatre Structures and scheduling; agency; etc.; Actual and potential Never Events;

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Shared Decision Making

    This workshop shows how the shared decision making model is an effective way to ensure that patients make appropriate and informed choices about the treatment options available to them. It explores the specific skills required by the doctor and provides techniques that can be used in practice.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    An introduction to loss; grief and bereavement

    Deepen your understanding of bereavement and your skills in bereavement support for parents and children facing loss.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout

    In the face of increasing demands placed upon the modern clinician; measurable burnout is significant and increasing. This has a direct and indirect effect on medicolegal risk. This workshop is designed to inform and empower clinicians to manage this threat to themselves and patient safety.

  • King's College London

    Clinical Skills Workshop on Maudsley Model of Anorexia Nervosa Treatment for Adults (MANTRA)

    This workshop will teach participants key elements and techniques of MANTRA for different stages of treatment and how to sequence and integrate these in the treatment of adults with AN. Participants will learn: (1) key strategies for the initial phase of treatment; (2) to develop a collaborative MANTRA case conceptualization; (3) how to work with core maintaining factors such as emotional avoidance and cognitive inflexibility in AN; (4) how to involve close others in treatment.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Your Risk

    70% of clinical negligence claims are related to poor communication. This workshop provides a thorough grounding in the issues surrounding risk management. It introduces proven preventative skills and techniques you can implement immediately to reduce your exposure to litigation and complaints; and improve patient satisfaction.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Monitoring & Reducing Medication Errors & Harm in Hospitals National Summit 2018

    This timely Summit in line with the WHO Medication without Harm programme – aims to bring together clinicians / managers / medication safety officers and leads to understand current national developments – and to debate and discuss key issues and areas they are facing in improving and monitoring medication safety – and reducing medication errors and harm in hospitals. Following National Update sessions – the day will focus on effective reporting of medication incidents / monitoring medication errors and harm / managing a medication incident investigation and ensuring change occurs / supporting staff / reducing medication errors in practice / developing a medication error reduction programme. There will also be focus on using eprescribing systems to optimise medication safety and monitor error and harm.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Adverse Outcomes

    Effective and ethical management of patient care following an adverse outcome can help to avoid a complaint or claim. This workshop explores the basic ethical and legal obligations on a doctor when discussing adverse outcomes with patients and their carers.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Chocolate Case

    Is eating chocolate linked to child slavery? Watch this entertaining and shocking documentary film about the journalists investigating global chocolate production.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Your Risk

    70% of clinical negligence claims are related to poor communication. This workshop provides a thorough grounding in the issues surrounding risk management. It introduces proven preventative skills and techniques you can implement immediately to reduce your exposure to litigation and complaints; and improve patient satisfaction.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    National PROMs Summit 2018

    Developed in association with Mr Bibhas Roy Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon – HICAT Member and PROMs 2.0 Lead this national conference will focus on PROMs in clinical practice – using case studies of PROMs changing clinical practice alongside expert sessions on subjects such as using PROMs for decision making / to change practice / and auditing and analysis of outlines. There will also be national updates on the future of PROMs / a masterclass aimed at beginners to PROMs / an extended interactive session focusing on ePROMs / and another focusing on patient engagement and involvement in PROMs development.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Effective Clinical Director

    Whether you are currently a Clinical Director – or aspiring to be one – this CPD certified conference provides a unique opportunity to learn from the experiences of other Clinical Directors and develop your skills as an effective Clinical Director.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Adverse Outcomes

    Effective and ethical management of patient care following an adverse outcome can help to avoid a complaint or claim. This workshop explores the basic ethical and legal obligations on a doctor when discussing adverse outcomes with patients and their carers.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Difficult Interactions with Patients

    This workshop looks at ways to deal with difficult interactions with patients that can cause stress and provides techniques to handle the situations effectively and manage your own internal response.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Shared Decision Making

    This workshop shows how the shared decision making model is an effective way to ensure that patients make appropriate and informed choices about the treatment options available to them. It explores the specific skills required by the doctor and provides techniques that can be used in practice.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    A Practical Guide to developing - using - authorising and reviewing Patient Group Directions

    This conference focuses on developing – using – authorising and reviewing Patient Group Directions (PGDs) to ensure safe and effective practice. It will look at improving the way PGDs are developed and ensuring effective governance of PGDs including authorization and review. The day will focus on developing PGD training programmes for frontline staff and improving practice and training records to ensure adherence to the NICE MPG2 (2017) guidance.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Dual Diagnosis in Older Adults

    The 2018 Royal College of Psychiatrist Report ‘Our Invisible Addicts’ highlights the importance of developing effective dual diagnosis services for older adults – from early intervention through treatment to recovery and preventing relapse. This conference will focus on managing the growing problem of substance abuse in older people and look at developing a person centred approach to developing care pathways for substance misuse within mental health services for older people and mental health treatment for older people within substance misuse services.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Achieving Safer and Reliable Practice

    This training course provides attendees with the knowledge; insight and essential strategies to help them to engage in reliability science. It provides them with the personal motivation and tools essential to consistently deliver reliable and safer clinical care by identifying the most critical areas of risk.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Supporting parents through pregnancy loss and the death of a baby

    Explore the impact that pregnancy loss and the death of a baby can have on a family looking at up-to-date research and the National Bereavement Care Pathway (2017).

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Giving Evidence at Coroner's Court

    The day is split into two sections. Section 1 will cover how to prepare to give evidence including – writing witness statements / analysis of evidence / language to use / and what to expect; – and Section 2 will cover giving evidence at inquest including – giving oral evidence / how to deal with lawyers’ techniques / and jury inquests. 

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Difficult Interactions with Patients

    This workshop looks at ways to deal with difficult interactions with patients that can cause stress and provides techniques to handle the situations effectively and manage your own internal response.

  • Open Forum Events

    Meeting Mental Health Needs: Practical Interventions to Improve Services

    National conference to analyse the most pressing and recent developments in the mental health landscape. The delivery of the Five-Year Forward View and ongoing problems and reports continue to leave mental health as one of society’s biggest challenges. We have been holding a series of mental health conferences to follow and scrutinise the progress being made. Whilst some progress has been made recently; services remain underfunded and fragmented. This will be an excellent opportunity to discuss and analyse the latest developments and track the journey towards a system of better treatment; integration and funding. At this event; you will gain improved understanding of the myriad of factors and issues surrounding mental health.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Professional Interactions

    This workshop is designed to help identify the risk factors related to professional interactions. It provides proven techniques and models to reduce risk and improve patient outcomes.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Difficult Interactions with Patients

    This workshop looks at ways to deal with difficult interactions with patients that can cause stress and provides techniques to handle the situations effectively and manage your own internal response.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Achieving Safer and Reliable Practice

    This training course provides attendees with the knowledge; insight and essential strategies to help them to engage in reliability science. It provides them with the personal motivation and tools essential to consistently deliver reliable and safer clinical care by identifying the most critical areas of risk.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Liberty Protection Safeguards: Implementation of the 2018 Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill

    This conference developed and produced in association with Alex Ruck Keene Barrister – 39 Essex Chambers & Former Consultant – Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty Project – The Law Commission will update delegates on the implications of the new Bill and the implementation of the Liberty Protection Safeguards in your service. Sessions will cover – strengthening monitoring / ensuring compliance / implications for health services / liberty protection at the end of life / implications for current Supervisory Bodies and Assessors – implications for Best Interest Assessment.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    Towards Zero Suicide: Preventing Suicide - Saving Lives

    This conference will provide you with national updates and practical case studies aimed at delivering the national ambition of zero suicide. Throughout the day you will take an in depth look at the effectiveness of suicide interventions – the importance of early intervention and crisis aversion.

  • Healthcare Conferences UK

    MASTERCLASS: Applying the Care Act – making legally literate decisions about personal budgets

    The aim of this masterclass is for participants to improve their ability to make decisions about what is a sufficient budget to meet needs that represents value for money and good outcomes for the individual - by understanding how local authorities are sometimes applying the Care Act 2014 in ways that can be considered as unsatisfactory – and may be unlawful.

  • Medical Protection Society

    Mastering Difficult Interactions with Patients

    This workshop looks at ways to deal with difficult interactions with patients that can cause stress and provides techniques to handle the situations effectively and manage your own internal response.

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