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Latest guidance on the role of Chaperones in primary care states that everyone should receive training in their role and responsibilities as a chaperone. This half day session fulfils that objective and ensures that all team members feel confident with their role and can act in the interest of the patient.
On completion of this half day workshop, delegates will understand the role and responsibilities of a chaperone in a primary health care environment. Delegates will focus on the best practice guidance issued by the Clinical Governance Support Team which outlines the role and skills required. Chaperones have a dual role – protection for patients and staff – and both aspects will be fully covered in this session.
This course is designed for all those staff who are called upon to act as a chaperone in primary care – it is particularly suitable for:
• Reception staff
• Healthcare assistants and support workers.
"The Chaperone Training session was interesting, thorough and comprehensive. We found it more practical, in-depth and immersive than the online training we had previously completed and, most importantly, it has given staff more confidence and clarity about performing their duty as a chaperone."
Scott Greenwood, Dunelm Medical Practice
"All topics were interesting and useful. Very interesting content and relevant course."
Deborah Atkinson, Drs Kulkarni & Prasad
"Really enjoyable training course - attention kept at all times."
Chris McMillan, Whitburn Surgery
"A very well presented workshop. Sally is very informative and knowledgeable, very enjoyable."
Sheila Anstead, Somerton Surgery
"Thoroughly enjoyed. Excellent content. Very effective trainer!"
Joanie Hawks, Hamdon Medical Centre
"Very enjoyable and interesting. Very helpful and informative."
Ali Brownett, Penn Hill Surgery
"Found the trainer to have excellent knowledge and kept it interesting."
Deborah Morris, Glen Medical Group