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Support & wellbeing

We support wellbeing and resilience at work

The wellbeing and resilience of everyone working across North Kent is vital to our ability to deliver excellent patient care for those in our communities. Our mentorship, clinical supervision and mindfulness programmes are designed to support your wellbeing and development.

Peer Mentoring Programme

The Peer Mentoring programme links a Mentor to provide guidance and support to a Mentee, with a focus on the individual’s specific needs e.g. professional development, career goals or work-life balance. The aim is to encourage autonomy and self-development to help build and maintain the Mentee’s own resilience and wellbeing.

Return to nursing

Are you, or someone you know, thinking about returning to nursing? Or do you  have you have a lapsed nursing qualification but aren’t sure that you can fit a return to practice course alongside your family commitments? Why not consider working in general practice? There are a range of funded courses across Kent and Medway to suit you, and we can help arrange placements in general practice, so you can get up to speed with any new information or changes since you left.

Clinical Supervision

Clinical supervision provides a safe and confidential environment for staff to reflect on and discuss their work and their personal and professional responses to their work. 

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Health & Wellbeing

We regularly offer training courses in mindfulness for GPs working in North Kent. Browse our training and events calendar for future sessions. Visit our Resources page to find other useful Health & Wellbeing resources and links.

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Kent and Medway New to Practice Programme

The Kent and Medway Training Hubs invite newly qualified GPs to apply for the New to Practice Programme, which aims to bridge the gap between competency for Certificate of Completion of Training and being confident in the real-world environment of modern Primary Care. 

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Kent and Medway New to Practice and GPN Fellowships

The Kent and Medway Training Hubs invite General Practice Nurses (GPNs) to apply for a GPN Fellowship to develop their clinical skills and leadership potential in Primary Care.

Macmillan Primary Care workforce facilitators

The Macmillan Primary Care Workforce Facilitators work with the training hubs to offer a variety of educational opportunities, support and guidance for the primary care workforce. They reach out to individuals who have encounters with patients regarding cancer.

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The Virtual Cafe 

This virtual space has been set up by experienced facilitators working with the Training Hubs across Kent and Medway to provide a safe space to support, reflect and learn.

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