Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Earlier today honour to give 6Cs’ webinar - link to recorded webinar from today

                                                   


With great thanks to Jen Keward Patients experience manager and Jennifer Ribbands
Project Officer – 6Cs Live!Nursing Directorate NHS England for the kind invite privilege and amazing opportunity to host a live Webinar earlier today  As part of International Nurses week 

A big thank you also to Steve & Sarah for thier set up support and to all who logged in

You can listen here to the recorded webinar from today http://bit.ly/1uvXNvs



Thank you Jen ,Jennifer ,NHS England and 6Cs'Live for this privilege to part of a very special week 


6Cs Live! is celebrating International Midwives Day and International Nurses Day 2014 with a series of webinars where patients, families and carers will share their stories and what the 6Cs mean to them.  Through these webinars we will also be celebrating and highlighting the wide context in which care is delivered by nurses, midwives and care staff.
Tommy on Tour and the 6Cs
In this webinar, Tommy Whitelaw will share his experiences of caring for his mum, Joan, whom he lost to vascular dementia.
He will also be sharing a selection of stories from other carers highlighting how the 6Cs can really make a difference in the care for those living with dementia and in supporting their carers.
Tommy launched the 'Tommy on Tour' awareness campaign, collecting stories from people across Scotland caring for a loved one with dementia.
Tommy currently works on the Dementia Carers Voices project with the Health and Social Care Alliance building on his ‘Tommy on Tour’ campaign by engaging with carers, collecting their life stories and raising awareness amongst health and social care professionals on both dementia and caring.
If you care for someone with dementia, know someone with dementia, or would like to know more about this topic, please register and join us on this webinar.
You can read more about Tommy and his work on his blog: http://tommy-on-tour-2011.blogspot.com and can send him your experiences via 
Tommy.Whitelaw@alliance-scotland.org.uk
Are you new to webinars and not sure what to expect?  It really is simple, all you need to join is access to the internet and a telephone. Upon registering you will be sent an email that contains a weblink.  When it comes to the time of the event, simply click on the weblink and follow the onscreen instructions. Please note the teleconference part of the webinar is free of charge. However, if you would like any support on webinars, please contact us at england.sixcslive@nhs.net

- See more at: http://www.6cs.england.nhs.uk/pg/event_calendar/view/110027#sthash.KdOrAnms.CtDkibr0.dpuf



                                                   


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