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 Training Diary

The NHS Long Term Plan identifies cardiovascular disease (CVD) as a clinical priority and the single biggest condition where lives can be saved by the NHS over the next 10 years. Following the disruption by COVID-19, we now have much to do to improve the detection and management of atrial fibrillation, blood pressure and cholesterol (ABCs). This pandemic has had a huge impact on many services and shone a spotlight on inequalities.

NHS Health Check


Presented by

Michaela Nuttall RGN MSc


Two NHS Health Check Full days are available, split over two sessions.  Please choose which works best for you:

Part 1: Tuesday 6th September 2022

9.30am – 12.30pm

Part 1: Thursday 8th September 2022

1pm – 4.30pm

Part 2: Tuesday 13th September 2022

9.30am – 12.30pm

Part 2: Wednesday 14th September 2022

1pm – 4.30pm

NHS Health Check clinical update session 2.5 hours

Tuesday 6th September 2022

1pm – 3.30pm

1 hour Admin update for Practice Managers and Administrative Staff

10th August 10-11am 

Learning Outcomes:

Understand how the NHS Health Check uses key indicators to assess an individual’s risk of cardiovascular disease by being able to
meet the following assessment criteria:

  • State why NHS Health Checks are important.
  • Identify non-modifiable risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
  • Identifymodifiablerisk factorsforcardiovasculardisease.
  • Know the NHS Health Check filters
  • Understand the procedures for carrying out an NHS Health Check by being able to meet the following assessment criteria:
  • Identify the legal, ethical and professional requirements for carrying out an NHS Health Check.
  • State how an NHS Health Check should be conducted.
  • Identify how an NHS Health Check can assess and interpret the risk of cardiovascular disease.
  • State how the risk of cardiovascular disease and opportunities for reducing this risk may best be communicated
    to clients.

National & Local Guidance

  • Competency Framework
  • Call & Recall/ Invitations
  • Risk factors and atheroma
  • CVD Risk assessment
  • Communication of CVD Risk
  • Dementia
  • Audit C and GPPAQ


  • Diabetes
  • CKD
  • Hypertension
  • Familial Hypercholesterolaemia
  • Atrial Fibrillation

Who should attend?

Anyone who delivers NHS Health Check including:


  • GPs
  • Practice Nurses
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Health Care Assistants
  • Pharmacists
  • Allied Healthcare Professionals
  • Health Trainers
  • Health Champions
  • Healthy Lifestyle Professionals

Certificates of participation are available to all attendees on submission of evaluation and handouts for each course are available for future reference via the MedAll platform by using the links which will be posted after each event, please scroll down to view past events.

Using your NHS email to register with MedAll will expedite verification which will allow you unlimited access to your certificate and reflective notes for CPD and revalidation. New to MedAll? Click here for a helpful guide.

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