The LINKS Event 2016

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The LINKS Event 2016 will bring together approximately 200 people who are interested in ‘links-type’ work to connect and share learning. Following on from last year’s event, we’re planning another interactive day and expect delegates to be able to attend three workshops out of the six that we’ll be offering. There will also be plenty of time for networking, browsing the market place and having good conversations.

The day will culminate in the launch of Series 2 of the National Links Worker Programme’s Record of Learning modules and each delegate will receive paper copies to take away on the day.
Who should attend?

The day is aimed at anybody interested in community connected primary care and links approaches. We think that the people most likely to benefit from attending include:

Programme and project managers
Operational managers
Third sector organisations
Links workers
Health and social care staff
Practice Managers
Health Improvement Practitioners
Practice nurses / District nurses
Allied Health Professionals

If you’re unsure whether this event is for you, take a look at the list of workshops below. If you feel that you could benefit from attending, please come along!

Workshops include:
Support and Supervision:
The impact of support and supervision on the Links Worker’s wellbeing.

Q & A on a Links role:
An opportunity to question a number of different Links Workers about their roles.

Monitoring and Recording:
Data, recording and evaluation on the Links Worker Programme. What we’ve done, what else could we do….

Community assets, services and resources have a vital role to play in supporting health and wellbeing, but finding information about these can be challenging. ALISS offers a solution. This interactive workshop will introduce ALISS and equip participants with an understanding of its use in the National Links Worker Programme and other health and social care projects. Participants will also have the opportunity to liaise with colleagues and collectively explore the wider application of ALISS. There will also be scope for the sharing of ideas and learning which will help to inform the future functionality and design of ALISS

The Power of Stories
Demonstrating the impact of using the power of stories.

You can register for the event at Eventbrite here: Register for The LINKS Event 2016 >

If you have any questions, would like further information or have any difficulty in registering, please contact: June Nye at or call 0141 404 0234


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