NHS England, January 2015
The NHS England Children and Young People’s Rehabilitation Scoping Project aims to establish if there is a case of need for work to improve CYP rehabilitation services.
For the purposes of this project rehabilitation has a broad definition, including physical and mental health, and impacting all ages through to early adulthood.
To guide and inform this work NHS England are holding stakeholder engagement sessions for clinicians representing organisations providing rehabilitation services for children and young people. Attendees will include clinicians representing a broad range of rehabilitation service providers from specialised services through to community teams. At these workshop-style events we will be seeking feedback on the priorities of clinicians regarding rehabilitation.
A workshop is being held on 3rd March 2015, 10:30 to 14:30 at Quarry House in Leeds.
Registration closes: 15th January 2015
Click here for further information and to register your interest in the event.
Health Education North West, September 2014
Do you work in health or social care? Do you want to develop your skills, release your inner leader and build connections?
Due to the demand for the ‘Grow Your Own’ programme which was successfully launched in the summer, North West Employers are pleased to offer two further sets of dates in Leeds and Manchester. The programme will run over five half day master classes from November to March.
The ‘Grow Your Own’ programme has been developed in conjunction with Health Education North West, Public Health Workforce Team, North West Employers and Public Health England to develop the next generation of health and social care leaders.
For further information and details of booking, please contact Paula Wheeler, Public Health Workforce Development Manager.
A unique first World War commemorative event is to be held in Liverpool on 2-4 October at Liverpool Medical Institution.
Working in partnership with 208 Field Hospital (Liverpool) there is to be a series of lectures on the theme of 100 years of military medicine. This includes nursing, the role of doctors, the history of blood transfusion and shell shock to PTSD.
Included in the event are re-created WWI trenches, a range of displays, and a small exhibition of Noel Chavasse items rarely seen in public; together with a 2014 military medical vehicle, fully fitted for the battlefront, to continue the ‘Then and Now’ theme.
The event is open to the public from 9.00 each day and is free to attend. Please see click here for further information and details of all the lectures, booking is recommended as seats in the lecture theatre are limited.