Tag: Training

Upcoming cancer waits and best practice timed pathways training

29th September 2023

Our next range of Cancer Waits and Best Practice Timed Pathways training will take place on 3 and 18 October via MS teams.Each session will last around one hour.In light of the recent announcement by NHS England and the Department of Health and Social Care on forthcoming changes to how cancer waiting times are measured […]

Primary Care Cancer Educational Toolkit

11th September 2019

The purpose of this toolkit is to provide education information to practitioners across London in terms of screening, early diagnosis and personalised cancer care to highlight to the five Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) the gaps in cancer training and education.

London’s acute paediatric staff to enhance their skills

2nd August 2018

Healthy London Partnership, in partnership with Health Education England, has launched a dynamic new e-learning tool for London’s acute paediatric health professionals to enhance their knowledge and training in caring for children in high dependency care. Paediatric Critical Care in Practice (PCCP) is an e-portal of resources designed for  London’s health professionals to use to […]

Successful multiagency training for London’s mental health crisis care professionals

5th July 2017

London’s crisis care professionals are developing new knowledge and skills to ensure significant improvements in experiences and clinical outcomes for some of our city’s most vulnerable individuals. Healthy London Partnership is supporting multiagency training sessions for staff across the capital working at health based place of safety sites, A&Es, London’s police forces, London Ambulance Service, […]

Good practice guidance for children and young people’s mental health care in primary care

7th August 2015

Evidence-based good practice summary guidance for children and young people’s mental health care in primary care. It was developed in collaboration with UCL Partners.  There are two parts to this work: 1) Good practice examples of how primary care and early help enhances the care for children and young people with mental health problems. 2) […]