PIEs programme 2013-14
In 2013-14, we supported the following PIEs (known then as CEPNs):
The Tri-borough (End of Life Care)
To establish a community learning network by implementing a multi-professional, blended experiential learning programme for bands 1-5 healthcare workers from a range of acute, community and specialist care providers to improve their skills and confidence in caring for people as they approach their expected end of life (EOL).
Brent and Harrow Care Homes
To explore needs and educate carers and the multi-disciplinary workforce serving Brent and Harrow Care Homes.
Connecting Care for Children
To co-design, develop and deliver an innovative model of peer-learning and education within General Practice Child Health Hubs in three North West London CCGs. This will be achieved through the facilitation of multi-professional case-based learning sets and the implementation of a training programme for Practice Champions across the three Hubs.
Training for Dementia Care
Dementia networks, training and awareness of dementia care have been driven by national audits, the national strategy and the dementia CQUIN, but training remains inconsistent across NW London. This proposal aims to work with Alzheimer’s Cafes, Dementia workers in acute, mental health and community settings to deliver consistent training.
Prevention and management of pressure ulcers
To build a learning network and educational package, that incorporates evidenced, standardized, auditable documentation, for the prevention and management of pressure ulcers for use by all NHS partners, patients, unpaid carers, domiciliary care and nursing homes. To identify the arrangements to sustain the currency of the network and materials.