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Creating safe and inclusive environments
Taking place on Wednesday, 22 March this new, interactive course is suitable for doctors, dentists and other leaders working within a healthcare environment.
PM leadership: DISC analysis to understand and improve communication
Taking place on Thursday, 23 March this three hour, interactive course is designed for medical or dental practice managers who have, or aspire to have, a leadership role.
Building safety into delegation
Taking place on Friday, 24 March this course is designed for doctors and dentists in (or aspiring to be in) management or leadership roles.
Risk Management: Remote consulting in primary care
To be held on 28 March, this two hour course is designed for any clinician using or planning to use remote consultations within primary care.
Probity for doctors
Taking place on Tuesday 28 March, this three hour interactive Zoom course addresses issues surrounding probity and ethics in everyday working practice.
Equality, diversity and inclusion workshop
This interactive workshop is designed for doctors or dentists, but may also be useful for anyone working in the healthcare environment.
Multidisciplinary team working: Managing systems and boundary risks
Taking place on Wednesday, 29 March this course is aimed at anyone who plays a role within or in the management of MDT working in their practice.
Terema - Human Factors Masterclass (Glasgow)
Taking place on 30-31 March, MDDUS have partnered with Terema, the leading provider of Human Factors and Team Resource Management (TRM) training to the NHS.
Leadership: Recognising and managing team conflict to reduce risk
Taking place on 30 March, this two hour, interactive course is designed for doctors and dentists who have, or aspire to have, a leadership role.
Practice and patient use of technology in practice: Understanding and mitigating the risks for primary care teams
Taking place on Thursday, 20 April 2023 this interactive, case-based course is designed for PMs, GPs and other leads in the primary care setting.