Closed Group: This course is available only for learners confirmed with Newham CCG.
If you are interested in commissioning this course for your learners, please click here to contact our Partnerships Team.
This course can only be purchased as a single item in your basket using a specific licence code.
Delivery: Facilitated online group sessions – two, two hour sessions with research to be undertaken between sessions.
Dates: 18th May 10.30-12.30 and 13th July 10.30-12.30
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Update your skills and share best practice
This heart failure refresher package is designed for health and care professionals who currently manage people with chronic heart failure, wish to refresh their skills and implement quality improvement initiatives.
Led by an experienced clinical specialist and facilitator, these highly interactive sessions will enable you to update your clinical practice by:
- Discussing and reviewing best practice models
- Reviewing current guidelines around diagnosing and managing heart failure
- Evaluating pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment pathways
- Exploring the characteristics of end-stage heart failure and palliative care decisions
- Identifying a new quality improvement initiative for your practice
- An understanding of best practice models and treatment strategies
- A range of options for supporting people in self-management
- How to apply national and local guidelines
- How to understand the needs of your practice population and take positive action
- The completion of a service improvement initiative for your practice
This is a series of two 2 hour facilitated online workshops with research and quality initiatives to be undertaken between sessions. It combines group discussions, peer review and best practice development. These sessions are highly interactive, based on the specific needs of the individuals and group; led by an experienced facilitator and clinical specialist.
Familiarisation of national guidance along with any local formularies and guidelines will be an asset.