All Our Health (Public Health England’s framework of evidence to guide health care professionals in preventing illness, protecting health and promoting wellbeing) is going social!

For the second year WeCommunities and Public Health England are collaborating to bring the All Our Health Framework to life and to bring FREE learning and professional development to health and care professionals, by using social media to engage people.

The #AllOurHealth @WeLearnOutLoud programme starts on Monday 4 February. Using social media to bring the All Our Health framework to life and into your practice. It’s free and easy to use, so why not sign up now?

The course runs from 4 February – 8 March and takes between 10 – 20 minutes a day for 4 days a week, participants don’t have to have used social media before to take part and it is open to all health and social care professionals, including students.

Don’t forget to join in via Twitter – simply search, follow and add #AllOurHealth

Ways to take part

Option 1

For the full experience – sign up on the WeLearn platform to take part: http://www.wecommunities.org/blogs/3440

Option 2

Follow along via Twitter – follow the hashtag #AllOurHealth from 4 February and look out for tweets from @WeLearnOutLoud

Option 3

Follow along via the WeNurses Facebook page

 

 

 

 

NICE has just launched an online learning tool – Children’s attachment – that uses interactive activities and case studies to support the implementation of NICE guidance.

The tool sets out how the guideline can be applied in a practical way to support children and young people who may have attachment difficulties, as well as their carers and families.

This e-learning tool has learning activities to help you to implement the guideline “Children’s attachment: attachment in children and young people who are adopted from care, in care or at high risk of going into care” and improve outcomes by focusing on some of the key implementation challenges identified. It is divided into four sections:

  • Understanding attachment
  • Causes of attachment difficulties
  • Recognising possible attachment difficulties
  • Supporting children and young people who may have attachment difficulties, their carers and families.

It will take around one hour to complete and you can undertake it in more than one session if required. The tool will resume where you left off.  You will need to login to the NICE system to access the e-learning.

This free online tool has been developed by the Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE).

It’s aimed at staff who have contact with children & young people who are adopted from care, in special guardianship, looked after by local authorities or on the edge of care.