Following on from the launch of REACH Cornwall, we will holding our first forum as a joint collaboration:
It is FREE of charge and will include a buffet lunch and refreshments as well as:
Keynote speaker: Neil Eastwood
Neil Eastwood is an international speaker and adviser on care worker recruitment and retention. Founder of Sticky People, creator of Neil Eastwood’s Recruitment Masterclass and author of Saving Social Care, he is currently advising the Department of Health and Social Care’s National Recruitment Campaign.
Neil's talk will cover practical tips on the challenges presented by recruitment and retention and contribute to a discussion on how to improve recruitment and retention in Cornwall.
Presentation from: Dr Jamie Dawe
Jamie Dawe is a GP working with Cornwall CEPN (Community Education Provider Network).
Jamie will be providing a short discussion on referrals to out-of-hours GPs using the SBAR framework and NEWS2 patient observation scoring systems.
Skills for Care
An update on the National Recruitment Campaign giving an overview and discussing results of recent surveys.
Update from REACH Cornwall
We were thrilled with the interest, engagement and positivity received at the launch events and have been very busy shifting through all the project proposals received. As well as an update on progress so far and possible options going forwards, there will (hopefully) also be a chance to meet the nominees for the REACH Cornwall Steering Group. Anyone who has completed a membership form (and works for an SME organisation) is welcome to nominate themselves or another member to join the Steering Group. For more information and a nomination form, please ring 01872 308 197 or email email@example.com.
Cornwall Adult Health and Social Care Learning Partnership
CAHSC will be providing a quick update on the Workforce Development Fund and the upcoming Care Conference in February.
FREE entry to Eden Project
And, as an added bonus, anyone who registers in advance for a ticket is also entitled to free entry to the Eden Project before the event begins.