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Annual Fraud Survey
The Trust's local counter fraud specialists, Arti and Simon are responsible for investigating allegations of fraud at or against the Trust. They ensure the Trust has robust preventive measures in place to reduce the likelihood of fraud and bribery.
They need your help to establish a higher level of fraud awareness at the Trust. Please can you take a few minutes to complete the Annual Fraud Survey. There are only a few simple questions to answer which won’t take long. The closing date is Wednesday, 30 April 2014.
Making Improvement Happen – The Power of Working with Patient and Families
Tuesday, 22 April 2014
1pm – 2pm
Weston House Lecture Theatre
This master class will introduce you to three projects undertaken at GOSH during 2013-14 which included patients and families in their design and delivery.
Shine project 2012
Inpatient stay planner
Neuromuscular Patient and Family Centred Care Project
Please see the Making Improvement Happen flyer for more information.
Improving Hydration Managment for the Surgical Patient: A Service Improvement Approach
Tuesday, 29 April 2014
1pm - 2pm
Weston House Lecture Theatre
The purpose of this project is to provide evidenced based guidance to all healthcare professionals involved in assessing and monitoring patients who are nil by mouth and at risk of dehydration.
Please see the Improving Hydration Managment for the Surgical Patient flyer for more information.
Update for Moving and Handling Clinical Patient Handler
Monday, 14 April 2014
There are still a few places remaining on the Update for Moving and Handling Clinical Patient Handler course.
You can book now via SRS or email email@example.com
Camden Safeguarding Children Board Trainings
If you are a health and social care practitioners and wish to develop your safeguarding knowledge than this course is for you.
- Develop awareness of the multi-agency role in Camden and how it contributes to joint working.
- Gain an insight into the ways in which local children and families can be supported.
- Increase your knowledge and competencies and extend your expertise in this area.
Safeguarding Children level 3 Neglect Study Day
This study day is aimed at you if you work predominantly with children, young people and parents / carers and if you could potentially contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating the needs of a child or young person and parenting capacity where there are safeguarding / child protection concerns.Please see Safeguarding Children level 3 Neglect Study Day for more information and how to book.
Communication around Abuse and Neglect
Thursday, 3 July 2014
Seminar rooms 1-3, Weston House
Free to GOSH staff / £75 to external delegates.
This half-day session will:
- Explore the difficulties that you, as a health care professional face when communicating these issues.
- Include an interactive workshop providing you with the opportunity to role play with professional actors.