The CEPN is annually funded by Health Education England to plan and deliver a multidisciplinary education programme. Below are the projects being delivered in 2016/17
Mental Health First Aid Instructors programme
Delivery of Mental Health first aid instructors programme, developing 12 local instructors to deliver Mental Health First Aid courses for the health, care and other local sectors in the borough. Read More...
Masters Level 40 Credit training course at London South Bank University: the Theory and Practice of Integrated Care (Adults)
This 40 credit, Level 7 module has been developed jointly between the Department of Primary and Social Care at London South Bank University and Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group. It has been designed to encourage a multi-professional student group to work together to develop strategies to improve integrated care within the locality. It is available to study as a stand-alone module but may also be used as part of a master’s pathway through accreditation of prior learning. Read More...
Integrated Approach to the Management of Long Term Conditions
Promote integrated working among clinicians to enable greater insight into the principles of managing patients with long term conditions with opportunity for shared learning. module will provide group of 10 health and social care professionals with an opportunity to explore real life scenarios and to work inter-professionally with integrated team approach in mind, to develop innovative solutions to improve care to people living with long term conditions, based on a case management approach. This project has strong alignment with HHE Workforce transformation pillar because it promote new way of working among practitioners. Read More...
Masters Level 40 Credit training course at London South Bank University: the Theory and Practice of Integrated Children’s Services
Double module 40 credit programme with the aim of bringing client facing staff together to learn about Integrated Care and each other’s roles. There is also a focus on leadership development and exploring research led improvements to systems and policies that would improve the experience of care for children and young people in Tower Hamlets. More info available shortly..
Improving maternity care - Normal Birth
Support 6 midwives to attend the City University Skills for Normal Birth module. This module is part of the Advanced Practice in Health and Social Care (Midwifery) MSc. The programme also aims to streamline the maternity/early year’s pathway and to reduce duplication between midwives, health visitors and GPs and improve outcomes through collaborative standard setting working across disciplines in implementing care pathways. Click here for more Information...
Understanding and Growing the VCS contribution towards health outcomes; a cross- sector and multi-stakeholder approach
1) Health Creation Masterclasses
Developing VCS and statutory understanding of the role of the VCS in relation to health – particularly focussing on health creation and prevention & how we can support & grow this contribution
2) Commissioning: Developing Best Practice Programme
What are the various challenges of commissioning to the VCS, and developing good practice around these areas
3) Developing VCS Leadership in the new health arena
Developing leadership within the VCS so as the sector can be proactive in finding ways to contribute to health & wellbeing initiatives like social prescribing, personalisation, local wellbeing hubs, Vanguard Population Health aspirations etc. Click here for more information and upcoming events.
Personal Assistant E-Learning Health Care Modules
Apply the broader Care Certificate knowledge content to the PAs in social care specific context guided by local priorities captured in the co-produced IE-led Code of Conduct. We are currently working with co-production in developing the relevant content for the social care modules, and to deliver the product. More info available shortly..
Multi-disciplinary parent and infant emotional health and wellbeing
The programme will deliver training to support frontline staff to promote healthy parent child relationships and good infant emotional development for all the families with which they work. Read More...
Integrated CPD programme for Primary Care
Development of a menu of core CPD programme to continue supporting a rolling integrated learning programme that will not only support the GPNs, but also the wider integrated nursing and HCSW workforce.The reach of the programme is extended to other groups including district nurses, health visitors, community mental health nurses, school nurses, HCSWs within General Practice and community health setting. Read More...