Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

GPNI ZOOM Webinars Thursdays 1-2pm

Please join the mailing list to recieve a password for the resources and to keep up to date with and register for future webinars – you must be part of the primary care team in Northern Ireland. If you have been unable to get acess via the mailing list please email [email protected]  with details of your role within Primary Care in Northern Ireland.

GPNI Webinar – Domestic Abuse – The Hidden Impact of the Pandemic

The session will cover recognising possible abuse, how to respond and highlight the support available in the community. It will be led by Dr Mary Larkin,  a GP with a special interest in this area of safeguarding.  She will be joined by a Social Work colleague and together they will discuss the extent of the problem in Northern Ireland. **Please note this is an extended session and will run to 2.30pm**

GPNI Webinar – Leadership Skills for Everyone

Leadership is not about your job title or your qualifications; leadership is about how you contribute, interact and step forward.  This session is for every member of the team and aims to help us recognise our existing leadership skills and encourage us to become "everyday leaders". Led by Dr Val McGarrell, Prima Linea Training Associates, Primary Care trainer.

GPNI Webinar – Top Tips for Teleconsulting

This session will be led by Diane Baylis of the MPS. We hope to cover current research and guidance to support best practice as well as how to effectively communicate to avoid potential pitfalls. We hope it will enable attendees to identify specific actions to increase confidence and competence as well as some practical tips to help you consult effectively remotely.Resources Teleconsultations: Practical checklist of Top Tips...

GPNI Safeguarding – Child Safeguarding – Learning during a pandemic

Dr Naoimh White (GP) will be leading this 1.5 hour webinar alongside a social work colleague. The session will provide level 3 training and is open to all the practice team. It will be practical and relevant to GPs and their teams eg. maintaining accurate child protection register, case conference input, dealing with a safeguarding concern. It will be the first in a series of safeguarding webinars over the next few months covering topics including domestic violence, adult safeguarding and...

GPNI Webinar – COVID-19 Vaccination Update January 2021

Following on from the successful December 2020 Vaccination Programme Update we are delighted to be joined again by representatives including Alan Stout - NIGPC, Laurence Dorman - RCGP & Margaret O'Brien - HSCB to update us on where we are presently with rollout of the NI COVID-19 Vaccination Programme.  You can find further vaccination resources (including webinars and links to the HSCB Primary care resource page) at the GPNI NI Vaccination Programme Page Northern Ireland COVID-19...

GPNI Webinar – “Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) – What you need to know”

We Are delighted to be joined by Steph Kerr - MCA Lead, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust for an update on what we in primary care need to know about the New Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards. This will include:- What is Mental Capacity?- What is a Deprivation of Liberty?- Authorisations under MCA- Emergency Deprivation of Liberty- What do you have to do? There will be case examples and a Q & A during this session.Presentation Slides - MCA MCA Emergency Admission from Community...

GPNI Webinar – Sharing the Learning… “Running a GP Covid19 vaccination clinic”

This session will provide an opportunity for practice managers to share their experiences to date in the planning and delivery of Covid19 vaccination clinics. The emphasis will be on the practical aspects and will include an update from practices planning "drive through", public venue or "in house" clinics. The aim is to allow practices to tell others about what has worked well for them, but also to consider problems they have encountered and seek possible solutions from colleagues....

GPNI Webinar – COVID-19: Where are we now?- Recent updates and challenges.

GPNI is delighted to be joined again by Professor Max Watson, Director Project ECHO Hospice UK, Consultant Palliative Medicine Western Trust Prof Waston will be joining us to present a regional and national COVID-19 update: including commentary on useful recent publications, literature and guidelines.  Presentation Resources - Awaited