Core Clinical Supervision/Reflective Practice in Primary Care
Shared on behalf of Sarah Goode, Primary Care Educator, Y&H Primary Care School
New to supervision/reflective practice
A virtual core supervision training session is available on 16 February, both 1-5pm via MS Teams. You are welcome to repeat the training if it has been a while, or please share with your colleagues who may be interested. Find application form here – please complete and return to email@example.com
For all primary care clinicians (registered and non-registered) in Humber & North Yorkshire.
Staff who have undertaken core supervision training
Thursday 14 March & Friday 15 March, 12:30-13:30 virtual sessions. A practical session learning how to undertake an action learning set (ALS) approach to supervision. Same session delivered both days, you don’t need to attend both.
All relevant staff have already been sent a MS Teams calendar invitation.
Research – Best Practice Conference, London, 29 February 2024
In collaboration with Dr Debbie Cross (Senior Academic/Registered Nurse & Psychotherapist) and Gemma Hodge (Academic & Advanced Nurse Practitioner), both Coventry University-Scarborough Campus, we are excited to present an evaluation of a quality improvement initiative examining benefits and challenges of implementing Core Clinical Supervision training in primary care. Thank you so much to everyone who has supported this research. We are presenting the findings at the Best Practice Conference, London, on 29 Feb 2024, 10:00 – 10:45 at the Nursing and Multi-disciplinary Teams Theatre. I am pleased to announce we have some special guest speakers who will be sharing their own journeys of implementing supervision in practice:
- Philippa Boynton, Senior Project Manager, Yorkshire Health Partners
- Ellen Chantry & Lorraine Burrows, Lead Nurses, The Snaith & Rawcliffe Medical Group
- Sue Mabbot, Nurse Manager, Haxby Group Scarborough (recorded vignette)
For further information and to reserve your space please see the link below. It would be great to see some fellow Northern friendly faces. 😊