Safeguarding Study Morning

Location:
Fron Heulog, Bangor University, Ffriddoedd Road, LL57 2EF
Time:
Wednesday 6 March 2019, 09:00–13:00
Contact:
Kay Plumpton
More information:
https://shop.bangor.ac.uk/product-catalogue/coleg-gwyddorau-iechyd-ac-ymddygiad-college-of-health-and-behavioural-sciences/safe-guarding-study-morning-6th-march

This study morning is suitable for nurses and health care support workers from primary and secondary care and the independent care sector, allied health professionals and students. The morning will provide an overview of adult safeguarding and will develop attendee’s knowledge and skills in identifying and managing safeguarding issues.

It introduces safeguarding legislation, risk and ham reduction, explores different types of abuse, explains the Adult at Risk process and provides an opportunity to develop decision making skills with regard to safeguarding adults.

The study day includes informative teaching and workshop sessions based around a variety of case studies enabling attendees to develop their skills in adult safeguarding practices and safeguarding decision making.

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