PIEs programme 2015-16
In 2015-16, we supported the following PIEs:
ALIGNing stakeholders in the management of falls and frailty across North West London
Building on the success of ALIGN to share learning and good practice in falls and frailty through an education innovation model which includes conferences, a blended learning package, education sessions, and partnership learning across the PIE in the management of frailty and falls.
Project contact: June Davis
Connecting Care for Children
This project aims to: enable patients from GP Practices to become Champions for Child Health; create a system to connect professionals from all backgrounds who are supporting Child Health and Wellbeing and develop social media to enhance the existing relationships between Patients and Health Care Professionals.
Improving care for people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Use education and data to improve inter-professional COPD management skills in Kilburn via case finding and primary prevention Secondary prevention, chronic and acute management and hospital avoidance.
Recovery and Wellbeing College
The CNWL Medical Education Team and Recovery College will pilot an Outreach Peer Support Worker/Tutor role in a primary care (GP) setting, to effect a positive change in the health behaviours and outcomes of GP Frequent Attenders through a programme of Learning for Healthy Living
Project contact: John Lowe
Perinatal Mental Health
To expand our model offering educational packages to healthcare professionals, using a developed a range of educational packages that employ a variety of educational strategies – role play, workshop discussions, case based discussions, animated patient stories - to cover a wide spectrum of perinatal mental health issues, as well further developing educational work around women and their families.
Project contact: Louise Page
End of Life Care: A multi-disciplinary learning day and supporting workshops with the aim to improve the quality of patient experience
Training, using a whole system approach to education for multidisciplinary teams delivering high quality End of Life Care, for community healthcare practitioners and London Ambulance Service staff across North West London aiming to improve understanding and raise awareness to improve quality of care for patients across the region and develop collaborative working between health care professionals.
Project contact: Karen MacDonald
PLACE ‘I can make a difference’ Programme
The programme is for band 1 to 5 staff, comprising of interactive e-learning, practice placements and facilitated workshops. Participants include staff from healthcare provider organisations that have the greatest contact time with patients and their carers and relatives during their end of life journey.
Project contact: Helen King
Challenges in End of Life Care: Delivering an integrated primary care, multi-professional training programme
The project aims to widen the Harrow education training programme training for band 1 to 4 carers in care homes and expand it to offer training sessions to Hillingdon, Ealing and Brent, as well as educating the primary care workforce to perform anticipatory care planning with a focus on communication skills, legal and ethical aspects of end of life care and prescribing for palliative care patients.
Project contact: Asha Kawa