Project Category: eLearning

Suicide Awareness eLearning

The project that gave us a lot of perspective The Challenge Our first exposure to suicide awareness came about when we helped build an interactive dashboard that collated and analysed a huge range of data from a wide variety of sources such as police, social services, and all healthcare settings. This dashboard helped a multi-disciplinary team investigate the information from all recent suicides across the North East and contributed to a region-wide strategy aiming to reduce instances of suicide in our region – which experiences rates higher than the national average. Yet behind this dashboard, however pretty and clever,...

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Antibiotic prescribing and antimicrobial stewardship in primary care

Antibiotic prescribing and antimicrobial stewardship in primary care Aims & Objectives Aim To improve the quality of antibiotic prescribing and awareness of antimicrobial stewardship amongst clinicians Objectives For clinicians to develop a strategy to reduce inappropriate prescribing of antibiotics, including a delayed/ back-up prescription, or no prescribing strategy To demonstrate local implementation of NICE guidance To improve accessibility to educational resources for antibiotic prescribing To raise awareness of the wider national and international issues surrounding the misuse of antibiotics Context Antibiotic prescribing and antimicrobial prescribing has been a key focus for CCGs and GP practices following the Chief Medical Officer’s 2011 highlighting...

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Deciding Right eLearning

Deciding Right Deciding Right is a North East initiative outlining an integrated approach to making care decisions in young people and adults developed at St Benedict’s hospice with funding from Sunderland CCG The NECS training team were commissioned to produce a piece of eLearning around the deciding right model. Mark Scott and David Blanchard worked with Subject matter experts from St Benedict’s to create a piece of e-learning that outlines the most appropriate method of meeting palliative care patient’s end of life requirements. The subject matter to life by using the teams new audio visual equipment to produce  video...

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