ReSPECT, TEP forms myth-busting & Q&A – 6th Sep 2022

All staff & students - most beneficial to patient focused roles

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6th Sep 2022 - 13:00
Open to all All staff & students. The Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment (ReSPECT) has been implemented across BaNES, Swindon and Wiltshire from 4 October 2021. This replaces the DNACPR and TEP forms within BSW by October 2022.

This session aims to inform on the use of the ReSPECT form with an added Q&A session, and will touch on similar forms used in other areas.

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Q&A session – Palliative & End-of-life care training -Multiple dates 2022

All staff & students - most beneficial to patient focused roles

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*THIS IS THE Q&A SESSION EVENT PAGE*
A three-step course aiming to deliver practical, focused, frontline palliative care skills and knowledge to all ambulance clinicians across the whole Southwest. The first step will be a focused handbook on palliative care, sent out before the course start date.
The second step is a virtual, interactive teaching day on July 12th. During this day we will build on the concepts in the handbook.
The final step will be to attend a 1-hour Q&A session. This will allow you to ask any specific questions to a palliative care specialist.

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Teaching session – Palliative & End-of-life care training – Recorded session

All staff & students - most beneficial to patient focused roles

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Open to all All staff & students. A three-step course aiming to deliver practical, focused, frontline palliative care skills and knowledge to all ambulance clinicians across the whole Southwest. The first step will be a focused handbook on palliative care, sent out before the course start date.
The second step is a virtual, interactive teaching day on July 12th. (*This is now a recorded session for those that couldn't attend*). During this day we will build on the concepts in the handbook. .
The final step will be to attend a 1-hour Q&A session. This will allow you to ask any specific questions to a palliative care specialist.

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Making Sense of Health Research Annual Conference – 21st Sep -2022

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Making Sense of Evidence Annual Conference, 21 September 2022 -
Buckfast Abbey Conference centre 21 September 2022, 9.30 am - 4.30 pm.
The conference will include a plenary from Professor Amanda Burls and a choice of workshops which will be open to members of the public, doctors, allied health professionals, nurses, public health professionals and therapists within the South West Peninsula (Cornwall, Devon and South Somerset).

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Protected: Comings Soon – *VIRTUAL* Clinical Supervision Sessions – Multiple Dates

Available to all staff, students and volunteers

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Clinical Supervision is the title given to the concept of providing a safe, structured space for staff to talk about anything that relates to work. The sessions is open to all SWAST staff, students and volunteers who would like a chat about work-related issues in a safe space.

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ECG Training: Level 1- Staverton airport- multiple dates 2022

Available to all staff & students

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Covering:
• Basic cardiac anatomy and physiology
• Cardiac conduction pathways
• How ECGs work
• Understanding the parts of an ECG complex
• EPCR tips and tricks
• Recognising arrhythmias

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