Contribution to local safeguarding MDT and peer support. Click on each heading for more detail on the content of the level 3 curriculum in each area, together with participatory and non-participatory learning opportunities:
- Convening and chairing Adult at Risk MDT meetings
- Working together with patients and carers
- Models of Clinical Supervision and Peer Support
- Feedback culture and support for junior colleagues
- Recognition when additional support needed
- Personal impact of Safeguarding on colleagues
- Personal and practice review of safeguarding practice
- Audit against national guidance
- Learning from case reviews, audit, peer review, reflective practice and supervision
- Training Requirements
Practice Level Learning Opportunities
|Practice ‘Adult at Risk’ Meeting
Do you have an MDT for Adults with Vulnerabilities? How often and how are these patients discussed within the practice team?
|Complete an Audit Cycle of an Area of Safeguarding Practice
Present results at a practice meeting and disseminate around practice. Examples might include:
– Audit of whether clinicians are recording parental responsibility in consultations
– Audit of ‘triad of safeguarding concern’ – Domestic violence, Substance misuse and Mental Health. Are these patients with safeguarding vulnerabilities on your Adult Safeguarding radar?
|Attend a Significant Event Meeting on a Case Linked to Adult Safeguarding
Reflect on the case, including changes to practice and personal learning.
|Supporting Effective Clinical Supervision
Read and reflect upon research around educational and clinical supervision.