elearning programmes to support the health and care workforce
Vital knowledge and skills for ALL health professionals who will come across eating disorders in their day-to-day clinical work.
Learn how to support people vulnerable to radicalisation by understanding the signs and behaviours and what to do if you have a concern.
This training was developed as a result of Right to be Heard, the Government’s response to the consultation on mandatory training on learning disability and autism for health and social care staff.
Keele University and NICE have worked in partnership to develop an online learning package for all healthcare professionals that aims to equip people with the skills and knowledge they need to have good-quality shared decision-making conversations with the people they are caring for.
This course, developed by RCGP Learning, comprises three modules which build on each other. It explores what leadership is and how it compares with management, how you can understand yourself as a leader, the notion of leadership styles, and where GP leaders sit within teams and organisations.
MacMillan Cancer Support offer a variety of training including e-learning modules, webinars, virtual classrooms and blended learning opportunities. As these modules are online, you can complete them in your own time and in any location. You will also find videos, interviews with specialists and a range of articles.
The programme supports the changes to regulations which specify who can issue a fit note and how it must be done. These changes took effect on 1 July and enable nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and pharmacists, in addition to doctors, to certify and issue a fit note.
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Nearly 1,000 GP practices in England are already accredited through this programme. We support these practices to identify and code their veterans, and to appoint a clinical lead who undertakes training and other activities related to veteran healthcare.
Learn how the principles of psychological well-being, communication and interpretation can benefit your work with refugees
Develop new skills and discover new ways to improve your experience of work with short guides developed by experts. Open to anyone in health and care.