We want to say a huge congratulations to all who graduated from various courses run in conjunction with Centric Health. The ceremony for over 90 graduates took place in the IMI, Dublin.
- Primary Care Assistants – UCD
Centric Health, in partnership with University College Dublin School of Medicine developed the Primary Care Assistants Programme to further support the delivery of clinical services in primary care.
Two years since its inception, Centric Health, with the support of UCD, has over 50 qualified Primary Care Assistants, working throughout Ireland. Without the support of our nursing colleagues this would not have been possible and their engagement and subsequent support for the programme was essential in encouraging colleagues and providing supervisory clinical support.
- Certificate in Leadership and Management - Kildare Wicklow Education Training Board & Customer Experience Excellence Ireland
Centric Health’s Certificate in Leadership and Management course is tailored to incorporate the culture and goals of our organisation, while also being an industry recognised qualification. The Certificate in Leadership and Management is accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management, City & Guilds Group, UK. Centric Health were delighted to get the support of KWETB to enable an investment in our network-wide training programme across over 70 GP Practices.
- Professional Diploma in Clinical Leadership - Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI)
Centric Health were proud to acknowledge 18 Primary Care colleagues who successfully completed the Professional Diploma in Clinical Leadership in the RCSI. Sponsored by Centric Health, course participants were asked to reflect on their own leadership styles and that of high performing teams, in addition to developing their own separate project for Quality Improvement and Change in Primary Care. Participants projects focused on numerous areas from patient care improvement plans, to improving facilities and layout functionality, while others focused more specifically on improving patient outcomes from the direct enrolment in the HSE Chronic Disease Management programme. These projects are currently being monitored and assessed for quality improvements with key learnings shared among the GP practice network.