Our Members Member Webinars

Member Webinars

Welcome to our Member's Webinar Hub. We have a range of exciting webinars throughout the year focussed on Health and Wellbeing and Education and Training.

Our aim is for these webinars to offer our members access to exclusive content covering a comprehensive range of topics to support you with Continued Professional Development and personal growth.

Stress & Anxiety Management

13 OCT 2022 | This webinar will help attendees to develop knowledge and understanding of stress and anxiety.

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Vicarious Trauma

07 DEC 2022 | This webinar will equip attendees with ideas and techniques to help reduce and prevent compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma and burnout.

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Past Webinars

Date: 24 March 2022

Time: 14:00 – 15:00

Theme: Education & Training

Topic: NMC Revalidation – It’s easier than you think!

Speaker: Trevor Dolan (RN)

Audience: Registered Nurses (BE & BO due to volume)

Areas covered:

  • What is Revalidation?
  • What do you need to complete?
  • Where do I begin?
  • What steps do I take

During this Webinar we will simplify this and give you some helpful hints, tips and tricks for successful revalidation! We’re with you, every step of the way.

Keep an eye out of your exclusive email invite approximately three weeks before this webinar.

Date: 5 April 2022

Time: 14:00 – 15:00

Theme: Education & Training

Topic: Therapeutic Observation & Engagement

Speaker: Coleman Pyne (Senior Mental Health Nurse)

Audience: CSW (all engagement status)

Areas covered:

  • Best practice guidelines
  • What to expect on shift
  • Do’s and Don’t’s

Keep an eye out of your exclusive email invite approximately three weeks before this webinar.

Date: 3 May 2022

Time: 14:00 – 15:00

Theme: Education & Training

Topic: Clinical Supervision for Nurses in Mental Health Environments/em>

Speaker: Coleman Pyne (Senior Mental Health Nurse)

Audience: N&M (all engagement status)

Areas covered:

  • Best practice guidelines
  • Examine current practice
  • Provide support

Keep an eye out of your exclusive email invite approximately three weeks before this webinar.

Date: 7 June 2022

Time: 14:00 – 15:00

Theme: Education & Training

Topic: Maintaining Professional and Therapeutic Relationships in Mental Health Environments

Speaker: Coleman Pyne (Senior Mental Health Nurse)

Audience: N&M (all engagement status)

Areas covered:

  • Best practice guidelines
  • Challenges around inpatient environments
  • Provide support

Keep an eye out of your exclusive email invite approximately three weeks before this webinar.

Date: 17 August 2022

Time: 12:00 – 13:00

Theme: Health & Wellbeing

Topic: Self-Care and Building Resilience

Speaker: Dr Cara Redmond (Clinical Psychologist)

Audience: All Bank Members

Areas covered:

Self-care is increasingly recognised to be paramount in managing the impact of stress and facilitating wellbeing. This webinar will provide information and guidance on promoting personal resilience and how best to recognise and meet our self-care needs more routinely, whilst acknowledging the essential role of relationships and our personal and professional communities. A variety of practical wellbeing toolkit strategies will be provided to help you support your emotional health and increase your resilience.

Keep an eye out of your exclusive email invite approximately three weeks before this webinar.

Date: 31 August 2022

Time: 14:00 – 15:00

Theme: Education & Training

Topic: Practice and Care within a Seclusion Environment – Mental Health Nursing

Speaker: Colman Pynes (Senior Mental Health Nurse at NHSProfessionals)

Audience: RMNs, CSWs & Clinicians working in Mental Health Trusts

Areas covered:

Throughout the webinar we will be looking to develop practice and provide an opportunity for reflection and learning for those who may work within an inpatient ward, utilising a seclusion environment.

Seclusion describes a situation in mental health services, where an individual receives care and treatment away from other patients and confined to a designated room/suite. This intensive-care scenario occurs in mental health services where the person is acutely unwell and there is an immediate, unmanageable risk of harm to others. Seclusion is always used as a last resort, where other interventions have not been sufficient to manage the risk presented.

Care, safety, dignity, containment and professionalism are all key aspects of good nursing care within this often demanding environment. This webinar seeks to explore some of the challenges, review good practice, consider post incident debrief and support, discuss policy, strategies, prioritisation, and teamwork.

Keep an eye out of your exclusive email invite approximately three weeks before this webinar.