25 Apr 2024 09:30 - 16:30 Seminar Rooms, Chancellors' Buildings, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh £200
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An Intensive one day workshop for specialty trainees, specialty doctors, clinical nurse specialists and advanced nurse practitioners. Other senior nurses and senior AHPs (Band 6+) are welcome to apply for this workshop.
This course is designed to cover the learning outcomes of an advanced communication workshop for specialty trainees. This workshop is open to all our partner boards and organisations
This successful workshop has now been running for over 20 years. Groups of more senior doctors in training and experienced nurses work together in a small coaching group with two senior tutors. The course content is highly interactive with interview demonstrations and participant role-play. Each group will set its agenda at the start of the workshop and consider strategies for handling communication challenges from each participant’s own clinical practice. Participants receive individual coaching and support.
Participants from any specialty are very welcome to apply, as are GP registrars. Open to all EC4H partner health boards and organisations.
This clinical communication workshop offers participants the opportunity to:
Seminar Rooms, Chancellors' Buildings, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
Date: 25 Apr 2024
Time: 09:30 - 16:30
John Raez has worked with NHS Lothian since 2007 with both Speech and Language and Physiotherapy community services. In his current post with Corporate Finance, John is providing project support for regional and clinical projects. He joined the EC4H tutor programme in 2017
Jennifer Pyper completed her EC4H tutor training through the NES sponsored programme in 2010. Her clinical background is as a resuscitation officer in NHS Lothian with a special interest in paediatrics. She regularly contributes to all levels of communication courses and is keen to promote workshops raising awareness and facilitating discussions about Children and Young People’s Acute Deterioration Management (CYPADM). NMC number: 82E0229S