WANT TO DO SOME REAL LEARNING IN 2022? We are excited to be able to share with you two fantastic opportunities which we (in partnership with North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust) will be offering this year. These apprenticeships are open to individuals working in health and care in north and west Cumbria:


Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship with the University of Cumbria

Open for expressions of interest now to anyone who wants to develop the knowledge and expertise to take lead responsibility for people, projects, operations or services that underpin long-term success in the health and care system.

Find out more in the document below:


CLIC and the University of Cumbria are holding some Introductory/Question & Answer sessions on Microsoft Teams, on the following dates:

Please feel free to join a session to find out more and ask any questions you may have. 

 

Systems Thinking in Practice Postgraduate Diploma Apprenticeship with the Open University

Open for expressions of interest now to anybody in a system facing role working in health and care in North Cumbria. Find out more via the video and document below:


CLIC and the Open University are holding some Introductory/Question & Answer sessions on Microsoft Teams, on the following dates:

Please feel free to join a session to find out more and ask any questions you may have. 

 

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via info@theclic.org.uk


Happy New Year from the CLIC team! We wish you all the best for the year ahead.


Why not welcome 2022 with a little change, and sign yourself up for one of our brand new learning, development or networking opportunities:


Person-Centred Career Conversations for leaders and line managers

Are you a leader or line manager working in health and care in Cumbria? Do you have staff with underutilised skills and experience, who would benefit from being re-energised in their own development? Perhaps they’ve reached the mid-point in their career, and aren’t sure what’s next? 

We’ve got a fantastic new offer to support you in having Person-Centred Career Conversations – join us on one of our upcoming virtual sessions delivered in collaboration with the award-winning andpartnership:

  • Friday 11th February, 9:00am - 12:00pm
  • Friday 11th February, 2:00pm - 5:00pm
  • Thursday 3rd March, 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Find out more & book…


Degree and masters apprenticeships

We are excited to be able to share with you two fantastic opportunities which we (in partnership with North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust) will be offering next year. These apprenticeships are open to individuals working in health and care in north and west Cumbria:

  • Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship with the University of Cumbria
  • Systems Thinking in Practice Postgraduate Diploma Apprenticeship with the Open University

Find out more including how to register your interest here…


Green Network

1 February 2022 │ 12:00pm - 1:00pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

The Green Network will focus on building knowledge and awareness of the climate crisis and how we can be more environmentally sustainable across the north and west Cumbria health and care system.

Find out more & book…


We'll also be bringing you some of our most popular sessions and events:


Cumbria Improvement System Toolkit

26 January 2022 │ 10:00am - 12:00pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

This workshop will help you to understand some basic service improvement tools and methods that will help you to make successful improvements in your practice for the benefit of patients and service users.

Find out more & book...


Organisation Development (OD) Network: January 2022

26 January 2022 │ 2:00pm - 4:00pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

The OD network will focus on building OD knowledge and capability in the North and West Cumbria health and care system. It has been set up to support leaders and staff to come together to learn, share experiences and gain support and coaching expertise.

Find out more & book...


Leadership for Co-Production: Bitesize

27 January 2022 │ 10:00am - 11:00am │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

A short, virtual workshop to inspire managers to build their confidence and capability around driving patient-led service improvements.

Find out more & book...


LUNCH & LEARN - Care home liaison during covid-19: Experience from the coalfields & lakes

27 January 2022 │ 12:00pm - 12:30pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

Join us to hear from Dr Prasanna de Silva (Consultant Old Age Psychiatrist at Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust (CNTW)), who will be joined by his colleagues Ans Epskamp (Clinical Lead - Care Home Education & Support Service (CHESS), CNTW) and Josie Harbison (Service Manager, CNTW). Together they will present and answer questions on 'Care home liaison during covid-19: Experience from the coalfields & lakes'.

Find out more & get the Microsoft Teams link…


Leadership Support Circles: Encourage Everyone to Talk 

31 January 2022 │ 2:00pm - 3:15pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

This is an online themed session based on 10 principles for leading compassionately during and after COVID-19. It provides a space for people managers at all levels to come together, share their experiences and be heard. Circles are multi-disciplinary so anybody is welcome, they are interactive and provide evidence based guidance and tools as well as a confidential space to share personal experiences.

Find out more & book…


LOC in the Lakes

We are delighted to announce that LOC in the Lakes will return in spring 2022!

The focus of the conference next year will be 'working together for population health', and we will be taking some time to think about prevention and health inequalities.

Find out more here...

Personalised care means the planning and delivery of care based on what matters to the individual and their own strengths and diverse needs.

CLIC are here to provide the tools and training which will enable staff and volunteers across the Integrated Care System (ICS) to develop and deliver their Personalised Care skills whatever role they play in a service user’s journey.


Monthly focus - personalised cancer care

As 4th February is World Cancer Day, this month’s focus is around how we can improve personalised care for our cancer patients.


Webinar

Living with and beyond cancer (Personalised Care) by Dr Robert Lamb


eLearning

Macmillan - Delivering Virtual Health & Wellbeing Information & Support Events

This is a toolkit for professionals to support the delivery of health & wellbeing or information & support events/groups online:

Delivering Virtual Health & Wellbeing Information & Support Events (learnzone.org.uk) 


For further courses with Macmillan Cancer Care go to:

Professional Development & Knowledge - Stack (learnzone.org.uk) 


Opportunities for ALL staff and volunteers

Watch this video to learn more about what Personalised Care is and how it can make a difference:


Training

Making Every Contact Count

Make Every Contact Count (MECC) enables the delivery of consistent and concise health and wellbeing information and encourages individuals to engage in conversations about their health at scale across organisations and populations:

Making Every Contact Count - elearning for healthcare (e-lfh.org.uk)


Opportunities for staff in personalised care roles

Lunch and Learn - Supporting Patients into Volunteering

1 February │ 12:00 - 1:30pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

Join Cumbria CVS to find out how you can support patients into volunteering. If you are a Care/Frailty Co-ordinator, PCN Health Coach, Care Co-ordinator, Social Prescriber, MacMillan or a Living Well Coach then this session is for you!

Find out more & book...


Useful resources

NHS England resources on Personalised Care: www.england.nhs.uk/personalisedcare 

Personalised Care Institute (PCI): www.personalisedcareinstitute.org.uk 


Coming soon! Personalised care training page on the CLIC website...

Equality, diversity and inclusion in our society is incredibly important. Here in the north and west Cumbria, we want to foster an inclusive culture which regardless of anyone’s background, identity or circumstances, enables:

  • Colleagues in health and care to thrive and reach their full potential
  • Our patients and service users to live happier, healthier lives

With this in mind, for two weeks in February we will be shining a spotlight on inclusivity, and will be sharing some inspiring stories, fantastic learning opportunities, and useful resources.

Further details will be shared in next month’s eBulletin, so pleased stay tuned!

Get involved! We would love to hear from you if you have an inclusivity story to celebrate and share, or if you would like to tell us about your experiences and contribute to making changes. Please get in touch with us at info@theclic.org.uk 


Why wait until next month? There are some great sessions happening and available already:


Person-Centred Career Conversations for leaders and line managers

  • Friday 11th February, 9:00am - 12:00pm     OR     2:00 - 5:00pm
  • Thursday 3rd March, 1:00 - 4:00pm

Find out more & book…


Physical Activity for the Prevention and Management of Long-Term Conditions


Deaf Awareness and Sign Language Workshops


Leadership for Co-Production: Bitesize

27 January │ 10:00am - 11:00am │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

Find out more & book...


Leadership Support Circles: Encourage Everyone to Talk 

31 January │ 2:00pm - 3:15pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

Find out more & book…


Lunch and Learn - Supporting Patients into Volunteering

1 February │ 12:00 - 1:30pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

Find out more & book…


NEYLA’s Lunch and Learn: Building Inclusion Confidence Series

A series of lunchtime seminars with Cherron Inko-Tariah MBE (Author, Consultant, Facilitator and Coach) aimed at addressing key areas of EDI:


NEYLA Lunch and Learn: Working Towards Allyship in the ICS and Help Identify Racial Inequalities

23 March │ 12:30pm - 1:30pm │ Virtual: TBC

Find out more & book…


Brought to you by CLIC in collaboration with North Cumbria Knowledge and Library Services, this Lunch & Learn session on 10th December 2021 saw Dr Leonie Williams (Quality Improvement Practitioner, North Bristol NHS Trust) and Holly Parker (Assistant Psychologist, Staff Wellbeing Psychology Team, Southmead Hospital) deliver a presentation on 'StartWell>EndWell: A practical framework for fostering team connection, psychological safety, and effectiveness'. 

StartWell>EndWell was developed by North Bristol NHS Trust’s senior clinicians, lead psychologist for staff wellbeing, quality improvement team, and perform team during the early stages of COVID-19. It has been designed to provide a practical approach to support colleagues and to promote effective teaming particularly during challenging periods. This session shared the background to StartWellEndWell, an overview of the 3 steps, and ways to adapt and implement this in your organisations and teams. 

To request an editable pack and resources, please contact StartWellEndWell@nbt.nhs.uk 

 

Upcoming LUNCH & LEARN...

Care home liaison during covid-19: Experience from the coalfields & lakes │ 27 January 2022, 12:00 - 12:30pm │ Online with MS Teams

Join us for this session to hear from Dr Prasanna de Silva (Consultant Old Age Psychiatrist at Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust (CNTW)), who will be joined by his colleagues Ans Epskamp (Clinical Lead - Care Home Education & Support Service (CHESS), CNTW) and Josie Harbison (Service Manager, CNTW). Together they will present and answer questions on 'Care home liaison during covid-19: Experience from the coalfields & lakes'.

The short presentation will cover:

  • Who they are and what they do (including service history, staffing, outcomes)
  • What they want to do (quality improvements including avoiding sarcopenia, polypharmacy)
  • What they would like to get (integration with acute care delirium outreach, PD nurses and move to a 7-day service)

No need to book! Find out more & get the MS Teams link here...

 

If you would like to present and share your innovations/improvements across a wider platform, please get in touch with us at: info@theclic.org.uk / 01768 245480