Thank you for your interest in the CHIME Digital Clinics for Learning Disability nurses, part of the Burdett Trust for Nursing grant programme.
We will be running three clinics in 2020: in the north of England, in the south of England and in Wales or Scotland or Northern Ireland.
The Digital Clinics will train learning disability nurses in leadership in health IT, encourage interprofessional approaches to patient information management and attendees will form enduring regional networks.
The College for Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) is an international non-profit educational organisation, founded in 1992. It is committed to training health and care professionals to use IT and digital technology to transform patient care and has more than 3000 members. Its international division is active in 56 countries. CHIME works with in-country membership organisations such as BCS-The Chartered Institute for IT, to provide education, training and internationally recognised accreditation for health professionals.
This programme will follow CHIME’s academically recognised curriculum which covers seven strengths that a health and care professional needs to develop to use digital health to transform patient care. Students will be taught how to set vision and strategy for digital health in their organisation; influence colleagues to make change happen; keep patients at the centre of any adaptive change; help staff adopt digital health solutions and build a strong network and community across all agencies.
Each Digital Clinic will be preceded with a webinar to introduce the CHIME faculty and run through the curriculum. Students will be given a reading list. The curriculum is taught through presentations, individual tasks, group assignments and includes support with personal resilience.
Please register your interest and we will be in touch with more details soon.
Please email [email protected] with any questions