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Honing Report Writing Skills Workshop - Next Course 2 Nov 2021

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Online workshop with Dr Nikki Cordell and Mark Landon

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It is essential that occupational health practitioners develop the skills for writing concise, unambiguous and actionable reports.

Suitable for all professional groups who undertake report writing, this workshop will enable you to deliver first-class reports every time.

Dr Nikki Cordell will examine the important principles of a well-written report, including tone and sentence construction, reporting employee and clinical opinion as well as sharing useful audit tools for reports and supporting clinical notes.

Effective reports must meet the needs of all parties whilst fulfilling legal responsibilities. A comprehensive understanding of the legal framework is expertly facilitated by employment lawyer, Mark Landon.

Course Content

  • The Concept of Value - occupational health and customer perspective
  • Disability Provisions of the Equality Act 2010 in the context of Report Writing
  • Consent and Confidentiality and General Data - Protection Regulation
  • The Role of Quality Assurance and Improvement
  • Introducing Effective Challenge and Managing a Difficult Conversation
  • Writing a Controversial Report

Please go to the ticket booking form to select a date and type of booking - early bird, trainee or full price (NB these are marked as free for booking purposes only). We will invoice you separately once you have registered and booked.

Book and pay by 30th Sept 2021 to qualify for the Early bird discount

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All our instructors have been carefully selected, not only for their professional knowledge and expertise but also for their ability to teach to both small groups and larger conference-style audiences. They are able to deliver educational material using a practical problem-solving approach. All training is tailored to the occupational health sector to ensure that it is relevant to the context of the learner.

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