12th October 2023
We’re thrilled to be presenting again at the Best Practice 2023 Show. We’ll be sharing our knowledge on workforce development and preparing for the Nursing Associate role.
Best Practice is taking place on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 October 2023, at the NEC, Birmingham.
Best Practice 2023 Key themes
This year’s event has four key focuses:
- Improving access to general practice and primary care
- Retaining GPs and avoiding burnout
- Exploring new roles within general practice
- Delivery of efficient services through new initiative
As always, at Education for Health, we’re keen to support health and care professionals through sharing knowledge and insight. Therefore, we’re presenting on three topics over the two day Best Practice 2023 show.
Best Practice 2023 Show: our presentations
Workforce Development and Asthma Outcomes
Firstly, our Chief Executive, Dr Linda Edwards, and our Assistant Director – Clinical Learning, Preeti Minhas, explored improving asthma outcomes through workforce development and the nuanced differences between leadership and management.
Dr Linda Edwards said, ‘we had an excellent day at Best Practice, discussing the best ways to support people juggling the many priorities of the NHS’.
Preeti Minhas commented, ‘it was great to have seen so many people at the talks yesterday; and it’s really highlighted that the work we’re doing through CPD and higher education courses at Education for Health can support many people.’
Preparing for the Nursing Associate Role
Our third, and final presentation, takes place on Thursday 12 October at 2.30pm. Come join us in the Best Practice Nursing Theatre, where our Head of Professional Development and Training, Laura Hyland, and our Associate, Jane Bennett, will be discussing how to prepare for the Nursing Associate role. The talk will cover topics such as:
- Understanding how the registered nursing associate role looks in general practice.
- Identifying and supporting the prospective trainee nursing associate
- Ensuring the wider practice team understands the importance of this role.
Further education resources:
We provide education and training courses for health and care professionals. This includes CPD accredited bitesized training, alongside higher education courses accredited by the University of Hertfordshire.
View our full course portfolio to find out more and find the right course for you. Alternatively, if you are looking for bespoke training opportunities for your team, then please contact our Partnerships Managers directly at: [email protected].