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General Practice Nursing, Healthcare Assistant and Advanced Nurse Practitioner Conference proves a huge success
Earlier this month, around 112 general practice nurses (GPNs), healthcare assistants (HCAs) and advanced nurse practitioners (ANPs) from across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough came together at the Marriott Hotel in Huntingdon to celebrate and learn from speakers and workshops. Find out more on our website.
General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
The GDPR page on the CCG website has been updated with links to useful information on Research from the MRC Regulatory Support Centre which can be found here.
NHS 70 communications toolkit
The NHS is turning 70 on 5 July 2018. To help celebrate and raise awareness we have developed a NHS 70 GP communications toolkit that provides a range of easy-to-use resources such as website copy, digital content, and suggested social media posts for you to use within your practice or local community. You can access this on the Healthcare Professionals area of the CCG website here.
If you would like any further information or guidance on how to use any of these resources within your practice please contact the CCG Communications and Engagement team at email@example.com. We would also welcome any feedback on any of the communication toolkits (are they useful? What else could they include?) so we can ensure the content is relevant and of use.
GP Twilight Dementia Training
- Dementia: Timely diagnosis and support
- Training provided by CAMTED-OP (Cambridgeshire Training, Education and Development Team)
- Open to GPs, nurses, therapists, practice managers and other clinical staff.
- Please see attached programme for details of times, contact and booking information.
CPFT retains ‘good’ rating following latest inspection
Services at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust have again been rated as ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission.
The inspection took place over the spring and the overall summary of the report highlighted:
- Positive feedback from patients, families and carers about their care and treatment.
- Patients told inspectors they felt safe across the Trust.
- Positive emotional support was offered to patients.
- The Trust promotes a “person-centred culture” with staff involving patients and those close them as “partners in their care and treatment”.
- Trust staff working well with each other and partner organisations in the local health system.
- Management across the Trust was “strong, visible and effective” with executive directors providing “inspirational leadership” and the Trust’s Board encouraging feedback from all levels of the organisation.
The full report is on the CQC website here
Cambridgeshire County Council
Attached is the June newsletter from the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Partnership, please feel free to share this via your communication channels.
Please find attached a flyer about the Domestic Abuse Champions Network, they are looking to recruit champions across all agencies, for further information please contact Amanda.Warburton@cambridgeshire.gov.uk
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