To support our staff during the current pandemic response, the Strategic Executive Group have approved that business such as:
This applies to both clinical and non-clinical staff.
The above arrangements are proposed with effect to 31 March 2021 and are in line with guidance issued in March 2020 - DL (2020)/5 13 March 2020 CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): NATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR NHS SCOTLAND STAFF. This position will be subject to regular review.
In response to COVID-19 you have been identified by your line manager as available to provide support in an alternative role/base. This site has been developed to provide you with information for any reassignment of duties.
Your line manager will discuss with you where you may be reassigned and have discussion regarding any initial assessment that may take place.
You may be asked to change location or work different hours to assist with the changing nature of the Coronavirus Planning. If asked, please discuss this with both your substantive and temporary line managers.
Statutory and Mandatory training
Please make sure you are up-to-date with the 9 core mandatory modules on LearnPro. In addition you will need to complete the following LearnPro modules.
To log on to LearnPro, please follow this link - http://nhs.learnprouk.com
Additional information and guidance
NHS Education for Scotland (NES) are developing a range of educational and induction resources for all health and social care staff deployed or redeployed to support services. The Turas Learn website will be regularly reviewed and updated in line with current advice and as new material becomes available.
Turas Learn COVID-19 site - https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/27993/coronavirus-covid-19
Please see Health Protection Scotland website for regularly updated information and Scotland-specific guidance for professionals and organisations.
Information for the public on COVID-19 can be found on NHS Inform.
Thank you for your support at this time.