HALF DAY Chaperoning update for primary care staff (AM) for Kent, Surrey and Sussex CCG staff
Wednesday, 10 February 2016 from 09:30 to 12:00 (GMT)
Speaker: ZOË RAWLES (Healthtrain) – BN RGN BSc Hons (Nurse Practitioner)
Venue: Southgate Medical Practice, 137 Brighton Road, Crawley, RH10 6TE
(PLEASE DO NOT PARK IN THE PRACTICE CAR PARK. THIS IS FOR PATIENTS ONLY)
This workshop provides essential training in chaperoning skills for members of the primary health care team including Nurses, Health Care Assistants and Receptionists. In today’s litigious society, the role of chaperone is more important than ever. It is vital that the chaperone understands the role and performs the procedure correctly to protect medical staff and patients from inappropriate behaviour and provide patients with essential support.
- How much do you know about chaperoning? (Preliminary quiz)
- Acting as a chaperone: personal experiences. Group discussion
- Why is chaperoning necessary? The Ayling Inquiry 2004
- Who can be a chaperone and when should a chaperone be present?
- Before, during and after the procedure - Dos and Don’ts
- Chaperoning scenario. Group work
- Chaperoning protocols / policies. What should be included?
- Informing patients of their rights.
- Revisiting the quiz. How much do you know now?
- By the end of the session the student should be able to:
- Understand why chaperoning is necessary
- Explain when chaperoning should be offered to the patient
- Describe the patient’s rights regarding chaperoning
- Describe appropriate behaviour when acting as a chaperone
When & Where
Crawley CCG and Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG Primary Care Workforce Tutors
CPD for nurses and health care assistants employed in Crawley CCG practices and Horsham and Mid Sussex Practices