Contraception Training Pathway for Clinicians:

Contraception Training Pathway

Chaperone and Consent training for non-registered staff

E-learning modules below available on –

  • 01_07 Chaperones and Consent – Sexual Health & HIV (HIV-STI) > HIV-STI 01 – Approach to Patient > 01_07 Chaperones and Consent
  • Standard 7: Privacy and Dignity – Care Certificate (CCT) > Care Certificate 2017-2018 > Standard 7: Privacy and Dignity

 FAQs available on this link –

Diabetic Foot Screening:

Diabetic Foot Screening Interactive Assessment now live – A new e-learning tool aims to improve practices in footcare for patients with diabetes.

The Diabetic Foot Screening Interactive Assessment has been designed to be used by health and social care professionals who care for people with diabetes and who already have a knowledge of the procedures and skills involved. A complementary e-learning programme is now available.

Given the variation in diabetes footcare across the country, the assessment tool aims to improve screening practices and increase prompt and appropriate referrals to the diabetes specialist foot services.

The assessment will take approximately 30 minutes to complete and was developed in partnership between Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) and Sussex and East Surrey Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP). The tool is also supported by the South East Clinical Network, the College of Podiatry and The British Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists (BAPO). It will be rolled out as part of a National Diabetes Treatment and Care Programme across the Sussex and East Surrey STP and beyond.

 For more information about the e-learning assessment and for details of how to access it visit:

 The e-learning assessment is available via the e-LfH Hub and the Electronic Staff Record (ESR).

An AICC link is also now available.  If you want to link to the assessment then you’ll find the details on the AICC report (

Paramedic Prescribing Guide:

College of Paramedics – Improving Patients’ Access to Medicines: A guide to implementing paramedic prescribing within the NHS in the UK.

Continuing Professional Development in Health Sciences (for the non-medical workforce) including information on the Introduction to General Practice Nursing for nurses new to Primary Care:

Health Care Support Worker, Level 1 – 4 , Competency, Skills and Qualification Framework 


Clinical and Non-Clinical Staff Appraisal Forms

Appraisal form Non-Clinical 2018

Appraisal form 2018

Resources for immunisation queries:

Green Book:

Complete Immunisation schedule:

Uncertain/Incomplete Immunisation schedule:

Immunisation Standards for Registered Practitioners (2018):

Immunisation Standards for Healthcare Support Workers (2012):

Resources for screening queries:

All screening and Immunisation queries: 

To contact the Screening and Immunisation team by phone please dial: 011 3824 8986


PCSE/Capita Call/Recall Queries: or 01772 221 388

General screening information:

*Initial Training:

*e-learning updates:

For smear taker number guidance, please see the following documents:

Smear Training guidance for GP’s in Surrey and Sussex

How to get a Smear Taker number guidance

Please remember that all smear takers need to update PHE with evidence every 3 years of their smear training via a certificate of completion of the FREE  e-module on e-learning for health on NHS cervical screening programme.

NHS Leadership Academy – developing better leaders, delivering better care

The NHS Leadership Academy is leading a national drive to embed leadership development in all healthcare professionals’ undergraduate and pre-registration programmes

Non-Medical Prescribing course for Nurses, Midwives & Allied Health Professionals (not Pharmacists)

For information on Independent Prescribing Courses for pharmacists across London and the South East please visit

A fact sheet is available on this link –

Information for employers can be found here –

Population Wellbeing Portal

The Portal offers free e-learning resources, training and education in population health, wellbeing and prevention. The Portal provides a central location for free training and education resources relating to the health and wellbeing of the public including links to e-learning, toolkits, videos, webinars and various publications. Whatever your involvement with the public, these resources will support you in expanding your knowledge and skills to enable you to influence the health of the population.

The Population Wellbeing Portal brings together material from multiple sources. This includes resources from HEE, PHE, the Academy for Public Health for London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex, the Faculty of Public Health and many others.  It links with All Our Health, PHE’framework of evidence to guide healthcare professionals in preventing illness, protecting health and promoting wellbeing.

For more information about the Portal visit:

Prevention / Early Intervention

The recommendation is the e-Learning for Healthcare ‘Alcohol Identification and Brief Advice’ online course, provided free by Health Education England and NHSE:

The Alcohol IBA programme is also available to NHS healthcare staff via the Electronic Staff Record (ESR). Accessing this e-Learning via ESR means that your completions will transfer with you throughout your NHS career.

Further details are available here:

Smoking cessation can currently be accessed via the NCSCT website. The link is below, you will need to create an account and go to the e-learning module.

Health Checks
Training for NHS Health Check in West Sussex is for GP and Community Pharmacies who either are delivering the programme or wish to deliver the programme.  If training is required you would need to e-mail Laura Lewis ( to be added to the registration waiting list.
Alternatively visit the following sites. – go to the training section.

Or for just general information about NHS Health Checks, visit:

For more useful links and resources, view this document.

Free Training for Clinical Pharmacists

Please follow these links to information on training for dermatology for practice pharmacists. These are run by a pharmacists-led organisation who have been delivering training for primary care and practice pharmacists for the last 5 years. They have over 70 study days this year. All training is developed by Dr Duncan Jenkins, who is head of medicines management at Dudley CCG, and the clinical team. It is delivered by local or national experts in their field. All the training is free. It is sponsored by the industry and we have a very clear clinical governance policy to ensure that there is no influence on the agenda, speakers or content. The days are specifically tailored to the needs of practice pharmacists to expand their level of competence in each therapeutic area.

Management of Rosacea, Acne and Actinic Keratosis in Primary care 2019

Morph Training Delegates’ Brochure

NHS70: Spotlight on Primary Care

Please follow the links to a Primary Care video which promotes roles in GP/Primary Care as part of NHS70.  The video is now live on the Spotlight page

Free online training on Osteoporosis 

RCGP elearning module on Osteoporosis – is free for RCGP members
On the same site, there is also a BMJ eLearning module on –
Clinical pointers: Osteoporosis – prevention and management in primary carewhich is free to BMA Members.

Alliance for Better Care.