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Latest initiatives

Latest initiatives

This section contains information on the latest education and training resource which we have developed for NHSScotland staff and, increasingly, for Social Care staff.

Initiatives

Initiative: Dementia MKN

A website providing access to resources which support the development of knowledge and skills.

Initiative: Supporting People to Work

Work is a key determinant of health and helping people to engage in work or other meaningful activity contributes significantly to positive long term health outcomes. For those people with a health barrier to remaining in or returning to work, the attitude of healthcare professionals towards the relationship between health and work is critical.

Initiative: Patient Group Directions

This resource has been developed to facilitate the development implementation and audit of Patient Group Directions (PGDs)

Initiative: Non-Medical Prescribing

Initially developed for nurses, this resource has now been comprehensively updated so that it is relevant for all non-medical prescribers.

Initiative: Learning space on Autism Spectrum Disorders

A range of NES learning resources that support the Scottish Autism Strategy.

Initiative: The NES Portal

The NES Portal is our national online course booking and management application, allowing you to search and book CPD events offered by NHS Education for Scotland. Furthermore, it is the primary application used in Dental Vocational Training recruitment and management.

Initiative: eForms

eForms is a national service for NES employees who run regular or large scale data collection projects.

Initiative: Child Health

This is an exciting time for the Children and Young People's Health in Scotland. The Better Health, Better Care National Delivery Plan for Children and Young People's Specialist Services in Scotland (SGHD, 2009) meets a key milestone in the commitments set out in Better Health, Better Care (SGHD, 2007).

Initiative: SMAAD Group

Trained anaesthetic assistant are essential for the safe delivery of anaesthesia. Skilled anaesthetic assistance in Scotland is provided by anaesthetic nurses or by operating department practitioners. The education and training for operating department practitioners has been established over many years but the core competencies required by anaesthetic nurses were not defined until 2006 when the Core Competencies for Anaesthetic Assistants document was published by NHS Education Scotland.