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Safeguarding tips for social prescribers

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The Training Hub - Fanum House (please see further details for ability to dial into Zoom)

484 Derby Road

Nottingham

NG7 2GW

United Kingdom

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Please feel free to join the wait list for the event. Please use your NHS email addresses where possible, though not mandatory as priority to release additional tickets may go to those that have registered with an NHS address.
Event description
An event to help social prescribing link workers recognise possible safeguarding issues, and know what to do when they see them.

About this event

This event intends to help SPLW recognise possible safeguarding issues, and know what to do when they see them.

Target audience

This free event is for any social prescribing link worker, health coach or wider social prescribing related staff who work within Nottingham and Nottinghamshire only.

We will cover:

  • Types of abuse
  • Recognition of safeguarding issues
  • How to escalate your concerns

The session will also provide the opportunity to meet and collaborate with fellow Social Prescribing Link Workers from across the county, and share your own experiences of this subject if you wish to, in a supportive environment.

The event will be led by Dr Kate Woolley, with insights from her 10 years in clinical practice.

Registration deadline

Sunday 17 October 2021 at 23.30

Please note, places are limited and offered on a first come first served basis so if this topic is of interest to you please book in without delay!

For access via Zoom

Click here to sign-in to our event register and join the event on the day!

On the day of the event, please click the above link to sign the attendance register and then join the Zoom event! Any issues please email alliance.hub1@nhs.net and a member of the Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub (NATH) team will assist you.

Please register with your nhs.net email account where possible.

You will need to register with and then sign in to Zoom (which is free) to attend this event. Please allow yourself a few minutes to do this before the event start time. This is part of our safety and security for this event. You may also need to download the app onto your computer or mobile device. After joining, you will be placed into a waiting room and the event host or event administrator will admit you.

You will get the best experience via a larger screen, i.e. on a laptop or computer.

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The Training Hub - Fanum House (please see further details for ability to dial into Zoom)

484 Derby Road

Nottingham

NG7 2GW

United Kingdom

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Training Hubs are integral to Health Education England’s core purpose of supporting the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to patients and the public through ensuring the primary care workforce of today and tomorrow are trained in the right numbers, have the necessary skills, NHS values and behaviours at the right time and in the right place as described.We do this through:1. The development and expansion of capacity of high-quality learning placements at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including provision, training and development of faculty of multi-professional educators.2. Supporting better understanding of workforce planning needs and their realisation across the STP/ICS and at primary care network level, across health and social care.3. Supporting the development and realisation of educational programmes to develop the primary/ community care workforce at scale to address identified population health needs or support service re-design and delivery of integrated care.

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