This interactive, one-day workshop offers participants the opportunity to explore and develop their team working skills through discussion and simulated scenarios.
Short Course / CPD
No Partner College
Monday 11th December 2017, 9:00am-12:00pm
This workshop is aimed at participants from all healthcare backgrounds who are involved in patient care e.g. nurses, doctors, healthcare assistants, paramedics, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, operating department practitioners, midwives, assistant practitioners and pharmacists.
Max number of participants - 30
Elaine has a background in psychology, critical care nursing and simulation/non-technical skills. She is actively engaged in research into patient safety.
Adele is an Operating Department Practitioner who has many years of experience of working within the NHS as a Team Leader and as a Departmental Manager. Teamwork, leadership and patient safety have been pivotal in these roles.
• Be aware of the impact of teamwork on patient safety.
• Understand the key factors which affect team dynamics.
• Have the opportunity to develop their team working skills through a process of simulated scenarios and debriefing.
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