IN THIS EPISODE Munir Adam is joined by Mary-Rose Shears, Primary Care Dean for South London, who leads us in a discussion about the challenges in supervising and educating our learners and colleagues. The GPs are joined by experienced and senior members from the Nursing, Pharmacy and Physician Associate professions to discuss challenges and solutions.
We ALL have a role in supporting and guiding each other. Note: See also E3. Also, you should consult your GP/professional if experiencing burnout.
SPECIAL THANKS to:
Mary-Rose Shears, Primary Care Dean, South London, Health Education England (HEE).
Rebecca Corneck, QN, Director of GP Nursing, South East London (SEL) ICS Training Hub
Liz Nicholls, Primary Care Tutor, Bexley Training Hub, Lead, SEL Nursing
Bianca Osei-Tutu, Physician Associate Ambassador, SEL, HEE
Graham Stretch - President of the Primary Care Pharmacy Association and Pharmacy Lead Ealing GP Federation.
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Coaching for all NHS staff through “looking after you too” - https://www.england.nhs.uk/supporting-our-nhs-people/support-now/looking-after-you-confidential-coaching-and-support-for-the-primary-care-workforce/looking-after-you-too/
“The Human Dimension of Supervision” – half day workshop, details available at https://london.hee.nhs.uk/multiprofessional-faculty-development/courses-and-conferences
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