General Practice Nurse Education Network | August 2019 | The General Practice Nurse Education Network
This network is part of a number of initiatives arising from the General Practice Nursing 10 point plan. The General Practice Nurse Education Network (GPNEN) provides a repository of online resources to assist those nurses working in General Practice to have a “one-stop shop” when looking for continuing professional development initiative and support.
It also works to provide a framework for GPN practice education roles within primary care. Provide guidance and resources to primary care about how the new Nursing and Midwifery Standards for student supervision and assessment are applied
It also provides information for student nurses and those new to General Practice Nursing (Source: GPNEN).
House of Commons Library | August 2019 |8514| 5|Tackling loneliness
Tackling loneliness is a briefing from the House of Commons Library- it looks at research into the causes and impact of loneliness and possible intervention and also explains the Strategy and the steps taken so far by the Government; as well as briefly outlining the situation in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland (Source: House of Commons Library).
National Data Guardian | August 2019 | National Data Guardian 2018-19 report
The National Data Guardian (NDG) has published a report reviewing the period between January 2018 to March 2019.
National Data Guardian for Health and Care Progress Report January 2018-19 looks back over the work of Dame Fiona Caldicott as National Data Guardian for Health and Social Care in England. It also outlines the workthat the Panel and Dame Fiona Caldicott have carried out since January 2018 to uphold those principles.
She describes the progress made against the eight work priorities set in her 2017 report, and outlines the NDG’s new priorities for 2019 onwards – her first set of work commitments since the NDG role became statutory on 1st April 2019.
NICE has updated this quality standard, it covers care for pregnant women who may be at risk of, or have symptoms and signs of, starting labour and giving birth early (preterm). It describes high-quality care in priority areas for improvement.