Meetings are an essential part of working in primary care, but they can often be unproductive and time-consuming. This course is designed to provide healthcare professionals with the skills and knowledge needed to plan, organise, and lead effective meetings that achieve their objectives efficiently.
Who’s it for?
This course is ideal for healthcare professionals who are responsible for organising and leading meetings in a primary care setting, including doctors, nurses, administrators, and practice managers. It is also suitable for anyone who attends meetings and wants to learn how to contribute effectively to the meeting’s success.
Introduction to Effective Meetings:
Understanding the characteristics of an effective meeting and the benefits of well-planned and structured meetings.
Planning and Preparation:
Learning how to plan and prepare for meetings, including setting objectives, developing agendas, and identifying participants.
Developing the skills needed to facilitate meetings, including effective communication, active listening, and conflict resolution.
Learning how to manage meetings effectively, including setting ground rules, managing time, and keeping the meeting on track.
Follow-Up and Evaluation:
Learning how to follow up after meetings, including communicating decisions and action items, and evaluating the effectiveness of the meeting.