• Overcoming the fear of finance e-learning

    10 January 2017

    This e-learning course demystifies financial information and dispels fears caused by financial jargon. It will help you to analyse and use financial information to improve overall performance and understand the financial implications of the decisions you make. Covering profitability, forecasting and budgeting, the course will enable you to contribute to accurate forward planning allowing you to think through the measures that can be put in place to ensure that you stay on track to deliver short-term and long-term results.

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  • Health and safety e-learning

    3 January 2017

    Responsibility for health and safety in an organisation typically lies with appointed managers. However, there are health and safety issues that everyone needs to be aware of, from the fire evacuation procedure to lifting a box correctly.

    This e-learning course looks at how to comply with health and safety regulations and also what every member of staff should be aware of in the work environment.

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  • Support to work collaboratively

    22 December 2016

    Practices are increasingly working together to become more resilient and sustainable for the future. Allocations have been made available to commissioners that could support this process through the GP forward view. PCC provides a range of support for help practices reach consensus on how to work together and take the first practical steps to manage workload, share resources and plan the mix of services that will secure future sustainability. Our services included targeted support for individual practices and facilitation of local workshops to get collaboration underway or move it to the next stage. Contact Phillip.stimpson@pcc.nhs.uk for further details.

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  • Project management e-learning

    14 December 2016

    Projects facilitate change. At this time of great change in the health service, effective project management skills are essential. This e-learning course focuses on the principles of good project management and how they can be applied in every role. It traces the step by step journey of a project from inception to review. The course highlights the benefits of good project management without the confusing technical detail that so often surrounds the subject.

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  • GPs seek support for collaborative working

    14 December 2016

    Adequate support must be given to GP practices seeking to work collaboratively, the BMA has warned – following the latest findings of the GP survey.

    Half of all doctors responding to the BMA’s GP survey backed the independent contractor model coupled with resources for collaboration in the form of federations and networks, as the prime arrangement for individual practices.

    PCC provides a range of support for help practices reach consensus on how to work together and take the first practical steps to manage workload, share resources and plan the mix of services that will secure future sustainability. Our services included targeted support for individual practices and facilitation of local workshops to get collaboration underway or move it to the next stage. Contact mark.beesley@pcc.nhs.uk or Phillip.stimpson@pcc.nhs.uk for further details.

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