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Past Webinars

2021 Webinars

An Overview of the History of Neuroscience and an Introduction to Head Injury - 2 Hours CPD

Learning Outcomes:

  • To develop an understanding of the history of the “Birth of Neuroscience”
  • To understand how neuroscience “thinking” has changed through the centuries
  • To develop a basic understanding of the function of the lobes of the brain and the neurovascular system
  • To be introduced to the main types of head injury, their clinical implication and surgical treatment
  • To develop a basic understanding of GCS and immediate patient management

“One of the best webinars I have attended. I feel I have learnt so much in this past two hours that is going to be crucial to my practice in theatre. Thank you!”

Zoe, AfPP Member, Theatre Practitioner

Fabulously animated and detailed presentation by both speakers whose passion shone through. A long time since I worked in Neurosurgery theatres but Nicholas's descriptions and significant knowledge & application has inspired me to understand & read more. As does the historical bit! Thank you.”

Nikki Ruth, AfPP Member, Registered General Nurse

Non-members can watch this webinar here for £20.

Members can watch this webinar for £10. Access your 50% discount code here.

Student members should contact events@afpp.org.uk for their discount code to watch the webinar for FREE. 

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Human Factors Webinar - 1 Hour CPD

  • Appreciate the importance of the role of Emotional Intelligence for the skills of communication, teamwork and leadership.
  • Be familiar with the concept of emotions.
  • Demonstrate an awareness of the relevance of emotions for empathy skills. 

“The webinar was one of the best I’ve attended in the last year! Professor Doherty is absolutely amazing. She made the subject so easy to understand and explained how it influences our daily life and work.” 

Agnieszka, AfPP Member, Theatre Practitioner

“This was a great insight into the effects our emotions have on our working and personal lives. I will be using the techniques that Eva has given us today. Thank you.”

Denise, Team Leader

“Excellent webinar, very informative, clearly presented and easy to understand.”

Sylwia, AfPP Member, Clinical Educator Facilitator

Non-members can watch this webinar here for £10.

Members can watch this webinar for £5. Access your 50% discount code here.

Student members should contact events@afpp.org.uk for their discount code to watch the webinar for FREE. 

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2020 Webinars

Mental Health Awareness & The Walton Health & Wellbeing Project

  • Why people hide mental health issues and the stigma that’s attached to these type of problems (introducing The Green Ribbon Campaign)
  • The creation of the health and wellbeing team at Walton and the impact it’s had
  • The importance of health and wellbeing within theatre during the current COVID19 pandemic and initiatives the Walton Project has introduced.

You can watch this webinar here for free.

Walk In My Shoes, It's Not As Easy As You Think - A Mental Health Patient's Story

  • Provide an insight on how hospital processes can affect a patient.
  • Provide practical guidance on how to enhance patient and carer experience.
  • Explore opportunities and strategies which can improve perioperative patient care for mental health patients.
  • Provide an opportunity for practitioners to be able to reflect on their own practice and departments to improve patient care.

You can watch this webinar here for free.

The Below Ten Thousand Way - Clinician Led Cultural Change

  • Clinician Led Cultural Change, Below Ten Thousand.
  • How to introduce Ground Up Change (and how not to!)
  • The dangers of steep hierarchies and dangers of noise and distraction in healthcare. 

You can watch this webinar here for free.

NHS whistleblowing. The good, the bad and the ugly.

  • Peter’s experience following his reporting to the Care Quality Commission of a series of near misses in 2014-15, leading on to an avoidable death, cover-up and ongoing surgical risk-taking.
  • The avoidable deaths and errors, near misses, cover-ups, misuse of public funds, bullying, abuse and victimisation experienced by Peter.
  • Peter’s demotion, punishments and exile from both family and the NHS and the subsequent brutal legal process that followed his illegal dismissal.
  • The effects that the actions of others were having on patient safety and why Peter challenged behaviours in the way he did.

You can watch this webinar here for free.

Personal reflections on the courage to speak up.

  • Share and discuss examples of raising concerns in past experiences
  • Explore and understand the journey of courage to speak up and the impact this can have
  • Understand options for raising concerns formally and informally and the benefits of using them

You can watch this webinar here for free.

Fighting back: Beating the workplace bully. 

  • How to recognise that bullying is occurring.
  • How to address the situation.
  • How to take action if needed.

You can watch this webinar here for free.

Multidisciplinary Learning for Students 

  • The three phases of perioperative care and what happens after qualification.
  • How AfPP can help to support you as a student and as a qualified practitioner.

You can watch this webinar here for free.

What are we learning from COVID-19 

  • Hearing about our guests’ experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic in the Perioperative and Critical Care setting.
  • Examining lessons learnt from the pandemic, including, transferable skills, improving our practice and gaining public recognition. 
  • Exploring the challenges, the adjustments and the way ahead.

You can watch this webinar here for free.

A Guide to Theatre Etiquette

  • Give you an understanding of the systems in place when working in or visiting a theatre department, ensuring personnel and patient safety.

You can watch this webinar here for free.

An AfPP Christmas CAROL.
Care. Accountability. Resilience. Openness. Learning.

  • Discuss each of the five topics, Care, Accountability, Resilience, Openness and Learning.
  • Many practitioners have faced a difficult time during the Covid-19 Pandemic and this webinar aims to make us think about what we can do for both ourselves and each other to ensure that we remain resilient and continue to provide safe care. 

You can watch this webinar here for free.

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