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Posted on: Thursday 21st May 2020

Care home staff training video

Produced by NHS Vale of York CCG, to support staff working in care homes with hand washing technique, use of PPE and how to test residents for Covid-19 ...

Posted on: Tuesday 19th May 2020

A message to patients from Dr Rumina Onac

During the coronavirus pandemic please continue using GP services if you need them. GP practices are open and running safely for any non-coronavirus health ...

Posted on: Thursday 7th May 2020

Thank you NHS & Key Workers

CCG staff, their children and pets thank NHS colleagues and key workers for their support and dedication throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.

Posted on: Thursday 23rd April 2020

A message from Nicola Gill

Striving and thriving in these challenging times. Nicola offers advice, inspiration and how to maintain positive coping strategies in primary care.

Posted on: Tuesday 21st April 2020

That's TV York interview with Dr Nigel Wells

NHS services are continuing to run safely for those with non-Covid19 related illnesses/concerns who need them.

Posted on: Wednesday 15th April 2020

"Don't worry at home" - What to do if your child is unwell

Whilst it is extremely important to follow government advice and stay at home during the Coronavirus pandemic, it can be confusing to know what to do if your ...

Posted on: Thursday 13th February 2020

Arts for health and wellbeing - Showcase of event

Gathering 300 primary care health professionals from across the Vale of York, this Protected Learning Time session focused on understanding more about ...

Posted on: Tuesday 11th February 2020

Health coaching - Alison's story

NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) working with York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is improving patient health and quality of life ...

Posted on: Tuesday 11th February 2020

Health coaching - Improving patient care and reducing A&E admissions

NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) working with York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is improving patient health and quality of life ...

Posted on: Wednesday 22nd January 2020

Free childcare at 'Women's Health Day'

CervicalCancerPreventionWeek - Priory Medical Practice hosted a women's health day offering free childcare to those with appointments for cervical screening ...

Posted on: Thursday 9th January 2020

How to clean up vomit - step by step guide

Norovirus vomit is likely to be infectious and therefore able to infect anyone who comes into contact with it. It is therefore important to follow the correct clean up ...

Posted on: Friday 20th December 2019

Seasons Greetings - a poem!

We've partnered up with our friends across the Vale of York to spread some festive cheer, whilst informing on what you should do if you feel unwell this winter.

Posted on: Thursday 19th December 2019

Norovirus - Expert advice

If you or someone you know has Norovirus, it's important you know what to do. This video will to help answer: - What is Norovirus? - What should you do if you ...

Posted on: Thursday 5th December 2019

How we are using digital technology in primary care

This video discusses: - Shared Care Records, - Shared Care Plans, - Digital platforms to access general Practice - EPaCCs - End of Life and Palliative Care ...

Posted on: Tuesday 3rd December 2019

Harnessing community resources - the 'bigger picture'

GP and GP trainer Nicola Gill, introduces the January Protected Learning Time (PLT) Event for Primary Care Professionals. This session will help us to think ...

Posted on: Thursday 28th November 2019

What is the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record?

Dr Chris Stanley, a local GP explains how the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record (YHCR) will improve services for patients.

Posted on: Thursday 21st November 2019

Improving GP practice awareness of carers (Part one)

Karen, a visually impaired local carer talks about her role as a carer, the daily challenges and the positive experience she has had with her GP practice. This is ...

Posted on: Thursday 21st November 2019

How do we involve carers in developing and improving services? (Part two)

In this second video, we talk to Karen about her involvement in carers groups, how the CCG supports these groups and why it is important for carers to speak up.

Posted on: Wednesday 13th November 2019

PLT October 2019

Posted on: Friday 25th October 2019

PLT Feedback from Dr Nigel Wells

Dr Nigel Wells talks about what he enjoyed about the October Protected Learning Time event and what learning has been the most beneficial to him so far.

Posted on: Friday 25th October 2019

Hull York Medical School on PLT

Kevin Anderson, GP and Director of Primary Care Education at Hull York Medical school is Involved in Post-Graduate and Under Graduate training and works ...

Posted on: Friday 25th October 2019

First time at PLT Feedback

Matthew, a GP Trainee talks about his first experience attending the Protected Learning Time Event for Primary Care Professionals in the Vale of York.

Posted on: Friday 25th October 2019

PLT - Important Learning for Healthcare Professionals

Ashleigh enjoys attending Protected Learning Time events for Primary Care Professionals and is helping to implement new ways of working in her practice.

Posted on: Friday 25th October 2019

How learning from PLT can influence your practice

Rebecca explains how messages from the Key Note Speaker will be influential in her practice and how the ACEs workshop has changed the way she will speak ...

Posted on: Tuesday 22nd October 2019

What impact does PLT have on learning?

Stephen, an Advanced Care Practitioner from Selby explains what he thinks makes the most impact at Protected Learning Time.

Posted on: Tuesday 22nd October 2019

Feedback July PLT Tony Martin

Posted on: Tuesday 22nd October 2019

Feedback July PLT Dr Shaun O'Connell

Dr Shaun O'Connell, a GP at South Milford surgery and the CCG's GP Lead for Acute Service Transformation explains what he thought of the July 2019 ...

Posted on: Tuesday 22nd October 2019

Feedback July PLT Georgia Gilbert-Smith

Posted on: Thursday 10th October 2019

Why is PLT good for Primary Care?

Dr Nigel Wells explains why bringing primary care professionals together is good for the Vale of York.

Posted on: Thursday 10th October 2019

How important is engagement in healthcare?

We asked some of the CCG's partners what engagement means to their organisation and the importance of engaging with the public. Representatives from: ...

Posted on: Thursday 10th October 2019

Maternity Voices Partnership - Get involved!

Hear from people who attended the most recent MVP Meeting and decide if you want to be involved in this group going forward. The aim of the York District ...

Posted on: Monday 30th September 2019

Feedback July PLT Dr Jim Coppack

We asked Dr Jim Coppack, GP and Senior Partner at Pickering Medical Practice what he liked about the July PLT event and what he has learnt from previous ...

Posted on: Monday 30th September 2019

PLT October introduction

Dr Nigel Wells talks through the workshops at the upcoming October Protected learning Time (PLT) event for GP practices in the Vale of York. More information ...

Posted on: Monday 30th September 2019

What is PLT?

Dr Nigel Wells explains what Protected Learning Time (PLT) is for GP practices in the Vale of York.

Posted on: Monday 30th September 2019

Key Note Speaker October PLT

An introduction to the October Protected Learning Time (PLT) Key Note Speaker Dr Dan Cottingham and what to expect from his session. More information on ...

Posted on: Monday 30th September 2019

What is PLT?

Dr Dan Cottingham explains what Protected Learning Time (PLT) is for GP practices in the Vale of York.

Posted on: Wednesday 20th March 2019

Patient Stories - Parent carer

Helen Barnes tells her story of family life as a mother and carer for her daughter. Her story emphasises the importance of communication, team work and ...

Posted on: Tuesday 16th October 2018

Having your flu vaccine during pregnancy

Liz Ross, Head of Midwifery, and Debbie Scott, Antenatal Day Services Co-Ordinator (both at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust) explain why it's ...

Posted on: Tuesday 16th October 2018

Having your flu vaccine at a community pharmacy

Community pharmacist Paul Brett, from Monkbar Pharmacy in York city centre, explains how some community pharmacies can vaccinate people against flu this ...

Posted on: Friday 12th October 2018

What you need to know: The 2018-19 flu vaccine explained

Cheryl Lythgoe, an advanced nurse practitioner at a York-based GP practice, provides a summary of this year's flu vaccination programme and what to expect.

Posted on: Friday 12th October 2018

2018-19 flu vaccine guidance for people aged 65 and over

Cheryl Lythgoe, Advanced Nurse Practitioner at a York-based GP practice, explains how the flu vaccine for people aged 65 and over will be delivered this ...

Posted on: Tuesday 21st August 2018

Think 'pharmacy first' during the bank holiday break

Delia Aragon, Pharmacist Manager at Whitworth Chemist in York, explains how many Vale of York pharmacies are open during the August bank holiday break ...

Posted on: Friday 29th June 2018

CCG Cancer Lead interview on ITV Calendar (27 June 2018)

The CCG's Cancer Lead Dan Cottingham was interviewed by @itvcalendar earlier this week about an inspiring @YorkAgainstCanc melanoma patient story and ...

Posted on: Monday 25th June 2018

Introducing... CCG Clinical Chair Dr Nigel Wells

The CCG's new Clinical Chair, Dr Nigel Wells, a GP partner at Beech Tree Surgery in Selby, explains what his new role entails and discusses his aspirations for ...

Posted on: Wednesday 20th June 2018

Worried about a mole?

Moles are small, coloured spots on the skin. Most people have some moles and they are usually nothing to worry about, but Dr Victoria Middleton, a GP at Priory ...

Posted on: Wednesday 20th June 2018

Keep you asthma symptoms under control

There is no cure for asthma but with simple treatments you can keep the symptoms under control and carry on with your life as normal. Cheryl Lythge, Advanced ...

Posted on: Wednesday 20th June 2018

How you can treat or prevent heat rash yourself

Heat rash can be uncomfortable but is usually harmless. It should clear up on its own within a few days. Cheryl Lythgoe, Advance Nurse Practitioner at Priory ...

Posted on: Wednesday 20th June 2018

What to do if you've been bitten or stung by an insect

Don't let insect bites and stings prevent you from enjoying summer. Dr Emma Broughton, a GP from from Priory Medical Group, explains how to treat bites or ...

Posted on: Wednesday 20th June 2018

Actinic keratoses (solar keratoses)

Actinic Keratoses, or Solar Keratoses, are rough patches of skin caused by damage from extensive sun exposure over the course of many years. These skin ...

Posted on: Wednesday 20th June 2018

How you can help treat and prevent athlete's foot yourself

Athlete's foot causing you discomfort? Advanced Nurse Practitioner Cheryl Lythgoe, from Priory Medical Group, explains how you can help treat and prevent ...

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