This is level 3 training and will count towards the participatory hours stipulated by the Intercollegiate Document – Adult Safeguarding: Roles and Competencies for HealthCare Staff. So be ready to interact!
- The requirements for Level 3 Adult Safeguarding training as determined by the Intercollegiate document
- Who do you need to safeguard?
- Tips on how best to safeguard
- The Mental Capacity Act and the role of Primary Care
- How to make a good referral
- The effects of COVID on Adult Safeguarding
- Some case studies
This session will be facilitated by Dr Yasmin Husain MBChB, BSc, MRCGP
Named GP for Birmingham and Solihull CCG Safeguarding team.
About Dr Husain:
I have been practicing as a GP for 24 years. I am currently working two sessions a week in a Practice in Birmingham. I started my career in safeguarding in 2014 as a “Safeguarding Champion” for Birmingham Cross City CCG. I became one of the Named GPs for Birmingham and Solihull CCG Safeguarding team in 2018 and I currently do 5 sessions a week. As part of this role I have responsibility for the Learning and Development programme in Birmingham and Solihull and have therefore been very active in providing training for all Primary Care Staff- clinical and non- clinical. I design bespoke presentations depending on the audience and their safeguarding learning requirements. I am also a Clinical Educator for the IRISi Domestic abuse programme which is a collaboration between Primary Care and Women’s Aid in the UK and a trainer for Prevent (radicalisation). I understand the learning needs of Primary Care Staff through conducting Safeguarding reviews into adult and child deaths and cases of neglect.
My other interests and skills in safeguarding include being a WRAP Trainer (Workshop for Raising Awareness on Prevent) since 2017, Right Help Right Time Trainer, and I am trained to provide Supervision. I also conduct Safeguarding Adult Reviews, Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews and Domestic Homicide Reviews
I am a member of the Primary Care Safeguarding Forum and of the National Network of Named GPs and I am part of the Birmingham Children in Care Team.