ABOUT ET AL TRAINING
Exclusively bringing together the elite of health care training, faces you will recognise from journals, education and television.
Each trainer has their own unique style, with delivery which is memorable and contemporary. Their portfolios include experience of university education, study days, television appearances, publication and presentation work.
Our aim at Et al Training is to provide all Health Care Professionals working in Primary Care with memorable, creative and above all fun training events that will explain the why as well as the how in patient care. We build confidence in all our delegates and to this end we tailor all our events specifically to our audience. You will not find death by Powerpoint at Et al Training, but what you will find is creative and innovative delivery in your sort of language.
JAN PROCTER KING
Jan has trained thousands of nurses and primary care professionals across the British Isles in the field of cardiovascular prevention and management. She was also editor in chief for the well established and very successful British Journal of Primary Care Nursing for cardiovascular disease diabetes and kidney care.
As seen on GPs behind closed doors, her inspirational teaching style has led to a great following in this field. Clinical accuracy and practicality is core and Jan retains her practice nursing role to ensure her feet are on the ground. The use of stories, characterisation and general laughter continue to make her a real educational favourite.
DR ALISON OLDAM
Alison is a Clinical Psychologist and experienced Consultant and Senior Manager in the University Sector.
Alison worked for the NHS for 15 years, specialising in working with children and young people with physical health difficulties including epilepsy, diabetes, childhood obesity, cancer etc. She continues to practice as a therapist privately, predominantly, though now exclusively with children and adolescents.
Alison was a senior manager at both Newcastle University and Trinity College Dublin. As Director of Services at Dublin she was responsible for the effective and efficient running of a Health Centre, a Nursery, Disability Services, Counselling and Mentoring services, Academic Registry and Trinity Sport centre.
Now self-employed Alison provides training across the country. Whether it is on the Motivational Interviewing day or the Mental health day, Alison brings knowledge, experience and a sense of fun to her training.
Christine has a background in Primary Care Nursing and service improvement. She regularly delivers training to give practitioners simple, yet powerful communication tools to help them effectively support patients in changing behaviour.
She is exceedingly well thought of and very sought after because she has that realistic approach for when you only have a short period of time in which to deal with a patient.
Chris delivers Motivational Interviewing Study Days which are very popular for those delivering NHS health Checks, smoking cessation, weight loss services or chronic disease management clinics. Bespoke study days can be developed and delivered for your particular service area.
DR. CHRIS HARRIS
Chris is a GP in a large practice in Bradford. Additionally Chris is a tutor on the post graduate cardiology course teaching heart failure in Bradford. Chris has kept a clinical focus on diabetes and cardiovascular disease and teaches for Et al Training on various Study Days including, cardiovascular update, hypertension and heart failure, all aimed for primary care teams. Usually working with Jan Procter-King his informed yet relaxed style evaluates superbly and people return from one session to the next, as they say
Dr. Clare Hawley is a GP with a special Interest in Cardiology and is a tutor for the Bradford Postgraduate Diploma in Cardiology . Her thorough and practical teaching style makes her an extremely popular trainer across the country.
Often working with Jan Procter-King she delivers Study Days from across the portfolio of cardio vascular disease. Take a look at the Study Day descriptions on the site, any of these clinical study days can be focussed to one professional group or be designed to span the educational needs of a non clinician to general practitioner.
Cath Robertson is a well known trainer with loads of experience in the field of physical activity promotion.
A physiotherapist by trade, with experience in community services, mental health and cardiac rehabilitation, she has now become best known for teaching motivational interviewing. She became despondent at the revolving door of people returning time and time again with no change.
So in her efforts to feel more effective she developed her motivational interviewing skill, as she says its like the WD40 for helping people change.