Enfield CEPN develops projects that support the local workforce and are linked to local and regional health priorities. You can find details about our past projects by clicking here and below are some details about the current projects we are involved in.

Current Projects

  • Learn and Earn (Apprenticeships and Trainees) This ambitious project is happening across all North Central London boroughs and aims to create a viable and sustainable career pathway for individuals to progress from unemployment through healthcare support roles towards health professions including nursing, allied health professions and potentially social work. Apprenticeship standards will be delivered where they’ve been already developed, and enhancements and ... Read more
  • New Projects Commissioned Enfield CEPN have commissioned some exciting new projects this year, using Transformation Funding from Health Education England. They include training to enable better cross-disciplinary working, the establishment of professional workforce support networks, and training on specific topics important locally. Also, the popular Integrated Learning Multi-Professional Networks (ILMNs) are continuing. Please click on the topics below for ... Read more
  • General Practice and Community Pharmacy Skill Mix This project aims to upskill community pharmacists and place them within General Practices to support the delivery of patient care. 25 places have been offered to community pharmacists working in Enfield on the following courses: • Essential Skills for General Practice based Pharmacists • Independent Prescribers • EMIS • Minor Ailments Training has commenced, and GP mentors have agreed to support the pharmacists on ... Read more
  • Enabling Practice Managers to Deliver a Sustainable Future This trainer-led peer support network offers 12 online training modules and 6 webinars to all practice managers or senior administrators in Enfield, as well as regular newsletters and a closed Facebook support group. The topics have been devised by practice managers themselves who have identified key skills and competencies that require support. If you or a practice ... Read more
  • Peer Support for GP’s and Practice Nurses This recently established network offers activities, training, leadership, and peer support for newly qualified GPs and GPNs, as well as locum, OOH and urgent care GPs. The programme of activities is led by the network, and the format of the sessions are defined by them. Any specific training requirements are defined by the group themselves, ... Read more
  • Safer Discharge and Service Awareness (for Carers and Acute Staff) Safer discharge planning and improved information will be offered to patients and carers, by • Offering clinical and administrative staff training to raise awareness of the information and assistance that carers need to adequately prepare for discharge. • Providing clinical skills training to carers to help reduce the risk of readmission and raise confidence in their competency to care ... Read more
  • Muscular-Skeletal Delivery of Care in General Practice The project aims to develop new ways of working in MSK, with a view to: • Improving both the diagnostic skills of primary and urgent care professionals, • Encouraging greater use of self-care and appropriate initial advice • Enhancing collaboration between Secondary Care, Extended Scope Physiotherapists (ESPs), Occupational Therapists (OTs), Podiatrists, Community & Practice Nurses and General Practitioners. The project will feature ... Read more
  • Practice Manager Mentoring A mentoring programme matching experienced practice managers (mentors) with those less experienced (mentees), providing an extremely effective way of utilising knowledge and competency to develop skills. Read more
  • Domestic Violence and Abuse Safeguarding women and their families against domestic violence. Providing new and refresher training not only to general practice staff, but also to pharmacists, dentists, optometrists, and community nurses. Read more
  • Making Every Contact Count (MECC) Making the most of the opportunities to make a difference to people’s health and wellbeing, by encouraging all those who have contact with the public to talk about health and wellbeing during routine contact. Read more
  • Integrated Multi-disciplinary Learning Networks (IMLNs) To resolve the lack of inter-professional communication and promote innovation around new models of care, Enfield CEPN has established Integrated Multi-disciplinary Locality Networks to stimulate collaborative workforce development. Read more

Completed Projects

  • Mental Health In Children and Adolescents Training courses aimed at school staff, voluntary sector, local authority staff, and young people themselves. Subjects covered included introduction to children and young people’s mental health, self-harm and eating disorders. Read more
  • Keeping Mothers Safe A cross-boundary, multi-disciplinary simulated education course on the subject of postpartum emergency awareness and management, containing both lecture-based and simulation training-based modules. Read more
  • Care Homes Assessment Teams (CHAT): Skills Transfer to Care Homes Delivering workforce training and development through a mix of formal training and “on-the- job” coaching and skills transfer to staff at Enfield care homes, including nurses, following the recruitment of a Band 7 nurse. Read more