The Small Group education concept was established in 1992 for primary care health professionals in Canterbury, New Zealand, to support best practice through independent, evidence-informed, peer-led professional development. A participative, reflective model of learning, training consists of small groups of 12-15 healthcare professionals. Meetings are facilitated by a trained Small Group leader and benefit from expertise across professional disciplines.
South Tyneside Group CCG is participating in a pilot trial of the Small Group education programme. The pilot is running 3 education topics between November 2021 – March 2022,
The current topic of Polypharmacy was recently covered and will be run again on
31st March 2022 6pm - 8pm
This is a great opportunity to attend a learning session along side GP colleagues to aid collaborative working
If you are interested in registering click here to register. The registration link will send an email to a colleague in the CCG (Anna Davidson) who with then send you the meeting links.
If you would like to know more about the topics the handouts and resources can be downloaded below.