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Social Care Nursing - Tell Us Your Learning and Development Needs!

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This event for nurses working in social care will explore learning and development needs and set out the plans for developing a community

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If you are a nurse working in social care in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire we want you to join us! The last year has been probably the toughest for many of us both personally and professionally. We want to come together and champion the role of a nurse in social care whilst identifying opportunities for development.

During the event we will discuss learning and development needs, we want to understand how you can be better supported.

We also want to set up an online community for our social care nurses to network and provide support to one another.

This is your opportunity to tell us what you need!

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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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