The peer to peer appraisals workshop will enable delegates to understand – for themselves and their staff – where they are starting from on their personal leadership journeys. They will process and deliver the feedback sessions to people, helping them create personal action plans that they can take into their further development and learning. Continual development, setting goals and gathering peer support are essential to a successful Personal Development Plan (PDP). The workshop will also explore the role of the PDP and how this will guide all staff in their career, whatever grade they are at.
This workshop has been designed to be practical and easily digestible for those with responsibility for the Management of Dispensing and Prescribing quality schemes and the specific Governance standards which the schemes stipulate should be in place within the Primary Care sector. It will also cover the specific CQCs standards and how an integrated approach can benefit the practice.
This is an intensive one-day workshop for those in practice management leadership roles who wish to better explore and understand the impact they can make on those around them to develop a better practice. All participants will discover things about themselves and gain a fundamental insight into how they can have a greater impact. They will explore some of the critical issues that are associated with influencing a community of people to move towards higher objectives.
This half day workshop been developed to support receptionists and other health care professionals in General Practice to develop their skills and confidence to provide excellence in customer service and to help manage challenging conflict situations. The workshop will help you create a vision of exceptional customer service and will also help you to manage conflicts that arise in General Practice. We will consider how and why conflict may arise between staff members and the patients or their carers around access to services, treatments and other aspects of practices life and will consider and reflect on ways to manage this.
The PMA GP Practice Manager ILM Level 5 Diploma course is designed for those already working in an established management role. It is set at a standard suitable for those who are managing teams or projects and are responsible for achieving operational or departmental goals as part of their organisations strategy. They may be accountable to a more senior manager or the business owners. Other responsibilities may include managing change, financial and resource management, talent management, coaching and mentoring.
This course and qualification is ideal for those aspiring into a management role and who may subsequently move into full practice management. It is suitable for new or existing employees who are expected to develop the skills necessary to lead or manage teams. Candidates are expected to have some management responsibilities, like supporting, managing and developing team members, leading projects or planning and monitoring workloads and resources. They may also be responsible for delivering operational plans, resolving problems, or building work relationships with colleagues at the same level or above.
The Developing the Role of a Prescription Clerk module is aimed at practice managers, receptionists and administrative staff who wish to broaden their knowledge of Medicines Management within General Practice. Receptionists are often the first point of contact in general practice for patients when it comes to ordering their repeat medications or when they have a query concerning them. They can play a ‘hidden’ crucial role in the highly complex process of repeat prescribing and the collaboration between clinical and administrative staff is crucial to maintaining the quality and safety of prescribing.
PMA Medical Administrator/GP Assistant – Apprenticeship Standard and City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Business AdministrationAdam Murray2018-11-30T13:56:06+00:00
Employers will have the choice of focusing on a Medical Administrators qualification or a GP Assistant depending on the needs and workforce skills base of their practice. Both will include a highly transferable set of skills built around the core elements of the Business Administration Diploma such as communication, organisational, decision-making, interpretation of information and IT skills. These two diplomas will then be contextualised to include specific areas within the primary care environment.
Root Cause Analysis or RCA is widely endorsed by healthcare systems worldwide for the investigation of serious incidents. RCA is understood as a method of structured risk identification and management in the aftermath of adverse events. The RCA is not a single technique but, describes a range of approaches and tools drawn from many fields – and these will be fully explored throughout the workshop. These will enable you to establish how and why an incident occurred to identify how it, and similar problems, might be prevented from happening again.
This half day course will help GPs and Clinicians to analyse and prioritise their own workload, as well as recognise and manage the causes of 'bad' time management. The workshop will explore assertiveness is the capacity to control your working environment to manage time and work performance under pressure. This workshop will enable you to understand your own behavioural styles and those of others and develop achievable techniques for communicating and behaving more assertively.