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Health Education England (HEE) review of Making Every Contact Count (MECC) eLearning – Request for Quotation

Health Education England (HEE) review of Making Every Contact Count (MECC) eLearning – Request for Quotation

As part of the HEE commitment to develop and promote innovative approaches to training and education to improve population health and prevent ill health, HEE Population Health and Prevention programme is commissioning a provider to refresh the MECC eLearning package on eLearning for Healthcare (e-lfh).  The work will review and combine existing content to develop a single MECC eLearning package.

Please, see attached specification with quotation and financial schedules template attached.

Experienced and suitably qualified bidders are invited to submit a quotation no later than 14:00 hours on the 9 September to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Any questions to this opportunity can be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner post in Salford

Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner post in Salford

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Grant Writing Workshop – 25th October 2019

Grant Writing Workshop – 25th October 2019

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NIHR RfPB Social Care Information Event 8 October 2019

NIHR RfPB Social Care Information Event 8 October 2019

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Call for Applications: Early Career Researchers Programme

Call for Applications: Early Career Researchers Programme

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Smoking Cessation and Mental Health Summit 2019

The Centre for Health Research and Education (CHRE) in Partnership with The Priory Group - 

Reclaiming the Stolen Years: Smoking Cessation & Mental Health Summit - Monday 30 September 2019, The Royal Society of Medicine, London

 Download the brochure for more information or book your place here.

17th Oct 2019 – Cognitive Analytical Therapy Starter

17th Oct 2019 – Cognitive Analytical Therapy Starter

CAT therapy is often offered to people are distressed and traumatised especially if relationships are at the centre of their difficulties.  This CAT awareness course will examine how people relate to others in familiar patterns which can cause problems. It will give you an understanding of the way in which CAT can applied and an opportunity to think about your own situations using a relational lens.

I day course, 9.30 – 4.30, Lunch and refreshments provided.

Provided by Clinical Psychology Education Team,  Lancaster University.

Location : Manchester

More details and to book visit : https://www.psytraining.co.uk/cat

18 Oct 2019 – Introduction to self compassion using Compassionate Mind Training

18 Oct 2019 – Introduction to self compassion using Compassionate Mind Training

This new course is aimed at health and social care professionals, introducing them to Compassionate Mind Training and Compassion Focused Therapy with the emphasis being on applying it to themselves, to develop their  ‘compassionate mind’.   The course will look at the need for compassion, use experiental exercises to develop compassion and show how this would help manage the challenges of our professional life.

I day course, 9.30 – 4.30, Lunch and refreshments provided.

Provided by Clinical Psychology Education Team,  Lancaster University.

Location : Manchester

More details and to book visit : https://www.psytraining.co.uk/self-compassion

Enhancing the quality of psychological interventions delivered by telephone (EQUITy)

Are you a psychological wellbeing practitioner with current or future responsibility for delivering telephone therapy?

We would like to have your opinion about a set of components we designed for a training intervention aiming to improve the quality of the delivery of telephone therapy. We would like to invite you to participate in a group meeting to discuss these training materials. We very much appreciate your experience in the field. Your participation is extremely important and it will help us to redefine and produce the final version of the training package. The group meeting will last up to 6 hours (allowing time for breaks and lunch) and travel expenses will be covered.

Would you like to take part in this group meeting to help us develop materials for improving telephone therapy?

If you would like to know more about the study and/or take part, please contact Cintia before 16th September 2019:

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone: 0161 306 7858

Consultation survey - Last call for participants - 29th Aug deadline

The National Workforce Skills Development Unit and Skills for Health are consequently asking Primary Care organisations and staff to take part in a consultation survey by 29th August.

The survey can be accessed here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MHprimarycare