Below is a glimpse of what's coming up over the next couple of months – places are filling up fast, so please book early (where applicable) to avoid disappointment!
LOC in the Lakes 2022: Working differently for population health – inspiring change to reduce inequalities
17 – 19 May 2022 │ Face-to-face & virtual events
LOC in the Lakes 2022 will be focusing on health inequalities, considering how we can think and work differently to improve health and wellbeing for the people of north and west Cumbria. We’ll be looking at how we can take more action now to enable individuals to start well, live well, age well and die well.
Waiting list only on 17 May at Carlisle Racecourse - Virtual sessions 18 & 19 May available to book now - Find out more here…
Leadership apprenticeship opportunities
Want to do some real learning in 2022?
We are excited to be able to share with you some 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
- Senior Leader Apprenticeship
- Systems Thinking in Practice Postgraduate Diploma Apprenticeship
The first deadline for expressions of interest is Friday 20th May, so be sure to get yours in soon! Find out all you need to know here...
MORE RECRUITS NEEDED! One-to-one coaching
Coaching is a successful and proven form of learning. It is a confidential space for you to grow as an individual and build your self-awareness and personal resilience.
We are currently looking for recruits to support our developing coaches - slots are available immediately! These are one-to-one sessions and take place virtually.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book...
Glow in the workplace – peri-menopause and menopause awareness for team leaders
5 May 2022 │ 12:00pm - 1:00pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
Every manager can have the confidence and knowledge to support their staff. This workshop will help you to know what the menopause is, when it happens and how it can affect your employees and colleagues.
Trans Gender Awareness Training
10 May 2022 │ 9:00am - 11:00am │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
Working supportively with gender diversity, exploring the following:
- What is gender, what is transgender, what is non-binary?
- Trans mental health – disordered or oppressed?
- Trans physical health – treatment and issues
- Getting it right – the law and being supportive
Cumbria Improvement System Toolkit
10 May 2022 │ 2:00pm - 4:30pm │ 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.
NEYLA Event: Manager as Coach - Teams and Teaming in Turbulent Times
11 May 2022 │ 9:00am - 11:00am │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
This interactive workshop is aimed at managers at all levels and roles, and those aspiring to their first management role. Join to gain insight and skills in understanding and responding to shifting team dynamics.
NHS Big Conversation for Improvement
11-12 May 2022 │ Virtual
The Big Conversation will bring people together for a range of interactive discussions, workshops and presentations, giving a space for people to talk through the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, explore continuous improvement opportunities and share fresh insights and ideas on how to promote the improvement of health and care for the benefit of everyone, those who experience services and those who provide them.
The Big Conversation will take place over 2 days - you can choose how much or how little you can attend for - feel free to join one session or stay for the whole time.
Introduction to Let’s Talk Bereavement Project
18 May 2022 │ 9:30am - 10:30am │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
This workshop will include a brief overview of the Let’s Talk Bereavement Project and the inequalities it hopes to address and why. It will also provide some guidance to what to consider when talking to those who have been bereaved.
Fuse Research Programme Meeting - Planning for a healthier future: Priorities and Practicalities
18 May 2022 │ 9:30am to 12:30pm │ The Stephenson Lecture Theatre, Teesside University OR Online
Can we plan for a healthier future by intervening in the built environment? Prof Tim Townshend certainly believes it is possible in his new book Healthier Cities? Design for Well-being - which advocates putting health back at the heart of planning decision making. This half day session will present perspectives on this topic from academics, practitioners and policy makers and will ask attendees to consider how we can effectively use planning to deliver a healthier future, and what the priorities and practicalities should be going forward.
Suicide Prevention Overview Tutorial
18 May 2022 │ 2:00pm - 3:30pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
Suicide Prevention – Overview Tutorial (SP-OT). What EVERYONE needs to know. The key objectives are:
- To understand the prevalence and impact of suicide with relation to inequalities
- To explore the language, and the challenges, when talking openly about suicide
- To recognise the ‘signs’ that may indicate someone is having thoughts of suicide
- To consider how we can all contribute to a suicide safer community
Supporting Patients into Volunteering
19 May 2022 │ 10:00am - 11:00am │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
The session identifies ways in which health and care sector staff can support patients and service users into becoming volunteers. This includes those with increased support needs who may normally struggle to find work or develop their skills, therefore aids in removing the barriers of inequality.
Collaborative approaches to addressing health inequalities through the arts
19 May 2022 │ 10:00am - 11:15am │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
The South Tees Arts Project is innovative cross-sector, locality-based dance and health project in South Tees (Tees Valley). STAR involves an active research strand that aims to understand better the physical and mental wellbeing benefits of taking part in dance and wider arts activities and how these support participants through creative and engaging ways to express themselves and develop self-awareness, identity, social and emotional learning skills.
The workshop will share the journey from conception of the project through to delivery of activity and cover a range of areas including:
- Developing a collaborative framework
- Understanding and amplifying each partner organisations skills, experience and assets
- Co-production and co-creation as key principals
LUNCH & LEARN - Health Literacy for Health Equity: You Can Make a Difference
19 May 2022 │ 12:30pm - 1:00pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
Did you know that 43% of adults struggle to read and understand word-based health information? Find out about health literacy and how you can make a difference to population health. Take away some tips, techniques and tools to share.
Personalised Care - Start the Conversation
19 May 2022 │ 1:00pm - 4:30pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
The course will cover an introduction to what personalised care is and the skills needed to begin embedding personalised care conversations and shared decision making in health and care. It will challenge practice with the aim to changing mind-set of workers and volunteers so that personalised care becomes part of everyday practice. This will hopefully enable staff to also share best practice and will therefore influence positively on service user and patient outcomes reducing the impact of health inequalities.
Psychological Safety – Creating the conditions to be yourself and to speak up
24 May 2022 │ 11:00am - 12:30pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
Psychological safety is the belief that you won’t be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes.
When you have psychological safety in the workplace, people feel comfortable being themselves. When a team or organisation is characterised by interpersonal trust and a climate of respect, members feel free to collaborate and they feel safe taking risks, which ultimately enables them to implement rapid innovation and better patient/service user outcomes.
This workshop explores what psychological safety is, and how you can achieve it.
How To Be An Effective Ally
25 May 2022 │ 1:00pm - 2:00pm │ Virtual
Allyship provides the opportunity to better support members of your work/friendship group who may be from marginalised groups.
This 60 minute overview workshop will help you recognise the power and influence that you may have, and how this can be best utilised in order to take effective action to help provide a more inclusive workplace / society.
NEYLA Event: Courageous Conversations
26 May 2022 │ 9:30am - 12:00pm │ Virtual: Zoom
This session is for leaders and managers who want to explore the skills and techniques of courageous conversations in order to feel more confident in their approach to challenging, potentially high stake conversations.
An Introduction to Managing Projects
30 May 2022 │ 9:30am - 11:30am │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
Project management is an essential skill-set for many roles. This virtual workshop is ideal If you need to manage projects at work, while not necessarily being a formally trained project manager. It is also suitable if you are considering undertaking a project in the near future and are seeking to learn and apply essential project management knowledge and skills.
Workplace Wellbeing – Thrive not survive
8 June 2022 │ 2:00pm - 4:00pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
The session aims to be a practical and thought provoking look at what resilience and wellbeing are, and a look at ways to focus on them and ultimately plan to get more of what you want in the workplace. It also provides a safe, confidential space to share your personal experiences if you wish to.
Improvement Network: June 2022
15 June 2022 │ 9:30am - 11:00am │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams
The improvement network has been set up to support north and west Cumbria health and care services to come together to learn about improvement, share experiences and gain support and improvement coaching expertise.
NHS ConfedExpo 2022
15-16 June 2022 │ Liverpool ACC
The NHS ConfedExpo agenda is now live! A jam-packed programme of intense learning, sharing and networking over 15 and 16 June at Liverpool ACC will explore hot topics with inspiring speakers from across health, care and beyond.
As the NHS enters a new structure of system collaboration, there will be deep dives on how integrated care systems are performing, how we tackle the backlog and how we achieve the NHS' ambition to reach net zero.
Free delegate places are available for all NHS and public sector staff, and there are reduced rates for the voluntary sector. Register now online to secure your place...
NEYLA Event: Inclusive Cultures Conference 2022
21 June 2022 │ 9:00am - 1:00pm │ Virtual: Zoom
This will be a virtual event open to all staff from health and care across the region.
The Inclusive Cultures Conference is an opportunity to connect with colleagues, and gain insight into current initiatives nationally and locally.
NEYLA are planning to share ideas, tools and innovative ideas to bring about positive change and to create more inclusive workplaces.