This selection of resources target the diverse needs of mixed discipline generalist teams based in remote, rural and islands settings. It also includes a resource developed by NES on Making delegation safe and effective.
It may also be helpful to explore content shared via RRHEAL Education Networks.
This is a guide to using the self-assessment tool. The purpose of the Self-Assessment Tool (SAT) is to help staff assess their knowledge, skills, competence in relation to the attributes of an effective Remote & Rural Advanced Practitioner.
The Remote and Rural Healthcare Educational Alliance (RRHEAL), NHS Education for Scotland (NES), have been working in partnership with the Scottish Rural Medicine Collaborative (SRMC) to identify an affordable, standardised education and training pathway for multi-disciplinary rural practitioners at advanced practice level. RRHEAL have completed the initial consultation work and would now like to share this work with key Remote, Rural and Island NHS Board and Educational partners.
Click here to find out more information on the forthcoming Webinar Launch on 26 May 2021
Click here to view information from the Seminar on 29 January 2020
Being a Buddy is an important part of supporting new Health & Social Care Staff into teams.
This video explains more about being a professional buddy, coaching and an important section on supporting mental health at work.
Making delegation safe and effective : a learning resource for Nurses, Midwives, Allied Health Professionals and Health Care Support Workers has been developed by NES. The resource draws on information from a range of sources bringing together the expectations from professional bodies, the law and best practice. It will help you access information and advice on making informed decisions about delegating tasks and about accepting tasks delegated to you. Opportunities to reflect on your practice are included.