Adult Safeguarding – Practice Level

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:

Including:

  • Convening and chairing Adult at Risk MDT meetings
  • Working together with patients and carers

Including:

  • 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

Including:

  • 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

PARTICIPATORY TRAINING
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.

 

NON-PARTICIPATORY TRAINING
Supporting Effective Clinical Supervision
Read and reflect upon research around educational and clinical supervision.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/6297076_AMEE_Guide_N_27_Effective_educational_and_clinical_supervision