The primary care paramedics peer support community

The primary care paramedics peer support community
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This webinar will introduce the new peer support community for primary care paramedics with instructions on how to join, how to participate and how to use this platform for professional and clinical development.

Thursday 29th February 2024
Via Zoom - Please note the Zoom link will be emailed to you when the booking system closes at 19:00 on the 29th February

We are very excited to announce the College of Paramedics has created a Community of Practice for Primary Care Paramedics with funding support for the set-up from NHS England. It will be a peer-led discussion group to provide support, guidance and learning opportunities primarily for staff who now work in a primary care environment. We know the change of work environment can be a complex transition, with many paramedics being the only one in a surgery, so we want to create a safe space to help smooth out your journey. It will provide an opportunity to ask questions, discuss clinical cases and support one another, think of it like an online crew room.

The Community will be mostly based in the College of Paramedics Community on the Fourteen Fish e-portfolio, which all primary care paramedics can currently access for free. A wide selection of information will be made available to help support all levels of primary care clinician, so they have the knowledge to perform their new clinical role safely and effectively. The pressures faced in primary care can differ vastly from those seen on an ambulance and therefore we want to help all our colleagues to look after themselves as well.
The main focus of the Community of Practice will be around a series of case-based discussions. We will be discussing a range of primary care clinical cases to demonstrate the variety of assessment and treatment options available in primary care. As we dissect the cases through an interactive discussion, we hope to enhance your problem-solving skills and deepen your medical knowledge for a variety of relevant case presentations. At the end of the month, we plan to host a virtual discussion, available for all College of Paramedics members, to offer a valuable insight into the diagnostics, interventions and patient outcomes seen by paramedics in the world of primary care. 
Hope to see you there! Ben

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29/02/2024 19:30 - 20:00