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Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. Please contact pbsgladministrator@nes.scot.nhs.uk should you require assistance in this matter.

Courses

Courses

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GPN (University of Dundee) Long Term Conditions - SCQF Level 9 or 11 Module

Please ensure you have full support from your manager to undertake this education, including any workplace supervision.

Please ensure you have capability and capacity to study this course BEFORE booking a place.

Once you have accepted a place you will be liable for costs if you do not commit to the full course.

To apply for a funded place please email Nursing-Health-Postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk providing your GP practice and module of interest - you do not need to book a place on Portal.

For further assistance please email Nursing-Health-Postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk or call 01382 388534


When considering undertaking a level 11 module University of Dundee ask for evidence of degree level study. This could be that you have a degree or that you have a Diploma and have undertaken further study. When you submit your application form remember to also submit your evidence too.

This is a Level 9 or 11 module delivered by University of Dundee. 12 week course commencing online 18th January 2021. Delivered online/distance learning.

Assessment week: TBC.


To explore the prevention, diagnosis and management of long term conditions including acute presentations and to enable participants to develop and apply underpinning knowledge, skills and attitudes to the management of patients with long term conditions.

Course covers: respiratory, diabetes, vascular, neurological conditions and cancer. This may change to include other areas.

Cancellation Notice:  Please be mindful that although this course is free for you to attend, the Scottish Government has funded your place from public resources.  We expect a high demand but are unlikely to be able to fill places at short notice.  Therefore, if you are unable to attend for any reason at all we would be very grateful if you could please let us know no later than 14 days before the event. We reserve the right to charge for late cancellations or non-attendance.

 

Funding and Eligibility:   This course is funded by the Scottish Government GPN Fund 2018-21, to sign up for this course you must be an active General Practice Nurse.  To ensure you are able to sign up please ensure your role on portal is 'Medical - Practice Nurse'.


Resource Type: CPD Connect [No Fee]

Kirkcaldy Monday, January 18, 2021 9:00 AM-9:00 AM Contact Organiser Good Availability
£POA Book

GPN (University of Dundee) Cardiovascular Disease - SCQF Level 9 or 11 Module

Please ensure you have full support from your manager to undertake this education, including any workplace supervision.

Please ensure you have capability and capacity to study this course BEFORE booking a place.

Once you have accepted a place you will be liable for costs if you do not commit to the full course.


To apply for a funded place please email Nursing-Health-Postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk providing your GP practice and module of interest - you do not need to book a place on Portal.

For further assistance please email Nursing-Health-Postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk or call 01382 388534


When considering undertaking a level 11 module University of Dundee ask for evidence of degree level study. This could be that you have a degree or that you have a Diploma and have undertaken further study. When you submit your application form remember to also submit your evidence too.


12 week course commencing 18th January 2021 delivered by University of Dundee. Students can choose to study at either Level 9 or 11.  Delivered online/distance learning.

Assessment week: TBC.



To explore the prevention, diagnosis, acute and long-term management of common cardiac conditions.
 
To enable participants to develop and apply underpinning knowledge, skills and attitudes at advanced practice level to the management of patients with acute and long-term cardiac conditions.

Cancellation Notice:  Please be mindful that although this course is free for you to attend, the Scottish Government has funded your place from public resources.  We expect a high demand but are unlikely to be able to fill places at short notice.  Therefore, if you are unable to attend for any reason at all we would be very grateful if you could please let us know no later than 14 days before the event. We reserve the right to charge for late cancellations or non-attendance.

 

Funding and Eligibility:   This course is funded by the Scottish Government GPN Fund 2018-21, to sign up for this course you must be an active General Practice Nurse.  To ensure you are able to sign up please ensure your role on portal is 'Medical - Practice Nurse'.


Resource Type: CPD Connect [No Fee]

Kirkcaldy Monday, January 18, 2021 9:00 AM-9:00 AM Contact Organiser Good Availability
£POA Book

GPN (Napier) Diabetes 20 credits SCQF Level 9 Module - Online/Distance Learning

Please ensure you have full support from your manager to undertake this education, including any workplace supervision.

Please ensure you have capability and capacity to study this course BEFORE booking a place.

Once you have accepted a place you will be liable for costs if you do not commit to the full course.


14-week online course delivered by Edinburgh Napier University. Course begins week commencing 18th January 2021.

Delivered as a fully online learning module.
 

This module examines the theory of Diabetes Mellitus as it affects children and adults across the lifespan, and relates this to patient care and health education. Students will understand that Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic illness, which unless managed effectively by both the health care professionals and the patient may result in acute and long-term complications.  This module will prepare the student to educate and support patients and their carers in their understanding that lifestyle changes and treatment compliance will enhance their quality of life and reduce the risk, or delay the onset, of complications.

Please note booking for this course will close on 3rd December 2020 to allow time to complete the registration process with Edinburgh Napier University.

Cancellation Notice:  Please be mindful that although this course is free for you to attend, the Scottish Government has funded your place from public resources.  We expect a high demand but are unlikely to be able to fill places at short notice.  Therefore, if you are unable to attend for any reason at all we would be very grateful if you could please let us know no later than 14 days before the event. We reserve the right to charge for late cancellations or non-attendance.

 

Funding and Eligibility:   This course is funded by the Scottish Government GPN Fund 2018-21, to sign up for this course you must be an active General Practice Nurse.  To ensure you are able to sign up please ensure your role on portal is 'Medical - Practice Nurse'.


Resource Type: CPD Connect [No Fee]

No Location Provided Monday, January 18, 2021 9:00 AM-9:00 AM Contact Organiser Waiting List Only
£POA Book

GPN (Education for Health) Enhancing the Diagnosis and Management of Respiratory Disease SCQF Level 11 Module

This course will start ONLINE on 25th January 2021.

Please ensure you have full support from your manager to undertake this education, including any workplace supervision.

Please ensure you have capability and capacity to study this course BEFORE booking a place.

Once you have accepted a place you will be liable for costs if you do not commit to the full course.

Please note, SCQF Level 11 is aimed at Health Care Professionals experienced in Respiratory management. It is an academic course and students are required to demonstrate critical thinking skills. The module is supported by online materials including discussion forums and reading activities. This course offers students an excellent opportunity to focus on key issues in asthma such as adherence and inhaler technique in addition to exploration of complexities such as difficulties with diagnosis and supporting self-management.

Normally at Masters (SCQF Level 11) at minimum, lower class honours degree in a health related or social care related subject is required. However, it is also possible for students without an honours degree to access the programme if they can demonstrate knowledge and skills at a level equivalent to that of a degree. It is key that attendees have prior Asthma knowledge before joining as the basics will not be covered. This course requires a level of self-directed learning as is expected at Master's level.

This module will enable students to ensure the timely and effective diagnosis and appropriate management of people presenting with respiratory symptoms.

This 6 month module will be delivered FULLY ONLINE.

Course commences online on 25th January 2021.

Cancellation Notice:  Please be mindful that although this course is free for you to attend, the Scottish Government has funded your place from public resources.  We expect a high demand but are unlikely to be able to fill places at short notice.  Therefore, if you are unable to attend for any reason at all we would be very grateful if you could please let us know no later than 14 days before the event. We reserve the right to charge for late cancellations or non-attendance.

Funding and Eligibility:   This course is funded by the Scottish Government GPN Fund 2018-21, to sign up for this course you must be an active General Practice Nurse.  To ensure you are able to sign up please ensure your role on portal is 'Medical - Practice Nurse'.


Resource Type: CPD Connect [No Fee]

No Location Provided Monday, January 25, 2021 9:00 AM-9:00 AM Contact Organiser Waiting List Only
£POA Book

A Taste of Leadership - Foundation Level, 16th February 2021

This course is for GPs and Pharmacists who have not had any leadership development before.  A more advanced course is available for practitioners who have had some previous leadership development.  This course will help you start your leadership development journey by highlighting personal leadership approaches.  Another other one day course 'Develop Self, Others and Service (SOS)' will focus on your 'Teams' and your role as a leader of/within a team.

The Taste of Leadership course focuses on yourself as a leader, with the other one day course 'Develop Self, Others and Service', focusing on how you fit into the wider organisation and systems for improving the quality of the service that you and your team/ the wider team deliver to patients. 

This online course will run from 9.30am until 12pm where we will stop for lunch until 12.45pm.  We will then continue the session from 12.45pm until 2.30pm.


Resource Type: Workshop

Glasgow Tuesday, February 16, 2021 9:30 AM-2:30 PM Contact Organiser Limited Availability
£POA Book
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