The NHS England Long Term Conditions Improvement Programme is holding a webinar looking at health coaching in the community, and the role of non-clinical staff & people with lived experience as coaches.
10 February 2016 from 11.30am – 12.30pm
Health Coaching in the community-the role of non-clinical staff & people with lived experience as coaches
Guest speakers: Jim Phillips and Anya de Iongh
Hosted by: Bev Matthews, Long Term Conditions Programme Lead, NHS England
Health coaching is often seen in the context of the clinical setting around specific health outcomes. Increasingly Health coaching is being seen as a service in its own right-often delivered by trained staff and volunteers without a clinical background.
This Webinar will explore the advantages of using dedicated health coaches and use of coaching skills in the community setting.
- Health coaching to improve health literacy and activation.
- Overview of ways Health coaching is being used – brief look at two successful lay led services
- Difference/interplay between health coaching and services such as social prescribing
- Training, supervision and quality standards and competencies for lay coaches
- Interplay with clinical services – understanding the relationship between clinical health coaching and the role of lay coaches