EC4H workshops

Clinical Topics

Future care planning
(Talking about deteriorating health)

Shared decision-making & informed consent

‘Being Open’ about adverse events
(Duty of Candour)

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Management Topics

Management workshops for clinicians

Management Topics – Leadership & teamwork, Negotiation, Poor performance

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Tutor Training

Workshops for tutors in EC4H partner organisations

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Professional Groups

Workshops for consultants

Workshops for general practitioners

Workshops for specialty trainees, specialty doctors and senior nurses 

Workshops for senior managers

Workshops for healthcare teams

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EC4H workshops in partner organisations

EC4H workshops in NHS Lothian

EC4H workshops in NHS Lothian

EC4H workshops in NHS Dumfries and Galloway

EC4H workshops in NHS Dumfries and Galloway

EC4H workshops in Marie Curie Scotland

EC4H workshops in Marie Curie Scotland

EC4H workshops in NHS Ayrshire and Arran

EC4H workshops in NHS Ayrshire and Arran

EC4H workshops in NHS Forth Valley

EC4H workshops in NHS Forth Valley

 

EC4H workshops in NHS Borders

EC4H workshops in NHS Borders

EC4H workshops in NHS Lanarkshire

EC4H workshops in NHS Lanarkshire

EC4H Iceland

EC4H Iceland

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Take a look at our evaluations and see why so many doctors, nurses, senior staff and managers are signing up for an EC4H workshop.

Why not purchase an EC4H licence and run high quality, cost effective workshops in your own NHS Board/ organisation.

EC4H offers all the support you need – tutor training/ accreditation, online and print workshop resources.

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EC4H poster wins

Screenshot 2015-06-11 08.08.35The EC4H poster wins highly commended rosette at the 2015 NHS Education Scotland conference.

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What they say…

Practitioners need to be able to communicate clearly and form caring, effective relationships with patients, families and colleagues in order to have a positive impact on healthcare outcomes and experiences. This is essential in a person-centred healthcare system.

— NHS Education Scotland