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SURREY CEPN

NEWS

16

Oct

2018

Surrey County Council launch new care and support information and advice resource for health professionals

Adult Social Care at Surrey County Council has recently launched a web-based resource to support GPs, other health professionals and information providers with consistent and relevant signposting to information about local care and support options in Surrey. The care and support information and advice resource has been compiled in response to a gap identified by the Health and Wellbeing Board and over 30 GPs, GP network co-ordinators and primary liaison managers were contacted for their views and input into the materials. The resource has now been published via the Surrey County Council website, and is available within the resources for professionals section, within the Adult Social Care pages: www.surreycc.gov.uk/careinformationresources

27

Sep

2018

Calling all nurses working in primary care

Our Primary Care Workforce Tutors have been working hard to pull together their annual conference which supports local nurses working in primary care. This will be taking place on Wednesday 5th December, 8.30am-3.30pm at Silvermere Golf Club. Come along to network with like-minded peers, hear from local leaders about the current issues and actions surrounding the new NMC standards and learn about the changing face of primary care which includes the GPN 10 Point Plan.  Visit our courses and events page to find out more and book your place.

20

Sep

2018

Introducing our new website!

We’d like to welcome you to our new website! We hope this will become a central place where primary and community care staff working across our patch can access all the different training, education, events and activities available to them. Take a look around and let us know if you have any thoughts, comments or suggestions about how we can develop it.

20

Sep

2018

Helping primary and community care staff get the most out of EMIS Web

Last week we ran our first cohort of EMIS Web Training, which proved to be a huge success, with 98% of participants saying that they would recommend the training to their colleagues. There were over 160 local GPs, nurses, HCAs, pharmacists, administrators and managers, but to name a few, who attended the training which took place over 5 days at the University of Surrey. We are planning to run the training again in December, however next time around we will be focussing the sessions on specific topics (protocols, templates etc) rather than ability level (beginner, intermediate etc). Keep an eye on our courses and events page to find out more.