Saturday 3rd October 2009 at the Moir Medical Centre
Coffee/tea on arrival at 0930 for
1000 Introduction from Dr Andrew Mowat , Chairman
1020 Dr Kay Mohanna , Director of Postgraduate Programmes Keele University Medical School
Engaging GPs in training , the challenge of leadership .
1110 Melonie Hambly , Consultant Clinical Psychologist - Thoughts on Attachment
1200 Comfort break/coffee
1215 Dr Andrew Mowat - Tool Kits and their evolution
1245 Questions and Discussion
1340 Afternoon session
You can choose between one of three work streams
1] Training both of GPs in general and Named folk in particular .
2] Record storage to scan or not to scan , when and what
3] Serious Case reviews , what do we do , what do we need
1515 Plenary and capturing the essence for the future with a view to finishing at 1600
Free for members and only £25 for the day if not a member!
Please contact Ian Dunn firstname.lastname@example.org or Janice for a booking form.
PCCSF is an independent professional organisation set up to
support doctors with an interest or involvement in protecting
and safeguarding children. At present, it is funded by membership subscription, run as a not-for-profit company. PCCSF is affiliated to the Alliance of Primary Care Societies from the Royal College of General Practitioners.
We welcome members from all four UK jurisdictions, representing doctors from Primary Care with an interest in
the protection and promotion of welfare of children and young people. Our membership is predominantly GPs but we welcome doctors from other specialties interested in this work.
The benefits of membership include:
· A secure email discussion group;
· A regular newsletter;
· An annual conference ( The 7th is at RCGP in 2014)
A special seminar was held in 2013 to help define the role on Named GPs for Safeguarding Children and prepare a position statement on primary care safeguarding. Membership has grown year by year from 24 in 2007 to 70 in 2014.
For details of membership contact: email@example.com
Vice Chair, PCCSF