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Mid-Downs CEPN Training Events

Click here to see all Mid Downs CEPN training events

Please use Access Code education1 to book events.

Clinical Skills Training

This training is for those nurses new to practice nursing, looking to develop core skills required in practice.

Click here for details of the courses on offer and how to book your place.

Diabetes and Digital Transformation evening

Tuesday 5 February 2019 at University of Surrey, Guildford.

Click here for more information and to book your place.

Burns Management Study Days

This is a free service and open to any healthcare professional or allied professional who may require further training on burns.  It is being run at the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, with only 50 slots for each event.

Please follow this link to Eventbrite to book your place:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/d/united-kingdom–london/burns-management-study-day/?page=1

Safeguarding Level 3

Coastal & West Sussex CCG organise level 3 sessions for clinical staff in primary care and the CCG. GPs and nurses are required to undertake level 3 training as a minimum.

Staff across the North Alliance are welcome to book on to these courses, but it is important to note that the training delivered has a West Sussex focus and refers to the Pan Sussex policies and procedures.  Therefore, if you are based in an East Surrey practice, the contacts, policies and procedures may be different. 

Please follow this link to the training booking page:

 https://www.coastalwestsussexccg.nhs.uk/safeguarding-training

Mentor Update Training Dates for 2018/19

Please see the attached document for mentor training dates form 2018/19 and the relevant contacts.

Mentor Training Update Dates 2018-19

End of Life Study Days – University of Surrey

Please see the attached document for details of this course and the relevant contacts.

End of Life course

Wound Care Today 2019

Wound Care Today 2019 offers delegates a unique learning platform, FREE of charge, to enhance their delivery of care through clinical updates, personal development, practical learning zones and networking in a friendly and open environment.

This event offers healthcare professionals with an interest in wounds an opportunity to develop both clinically and personally through presentations from national and international speakers and a series of practical skills zone sessions.

The extensive exhibition provides delegates with the opportunity to see, discuss and handle a wide range of products to keep up to date with what is new on the market. Industry partners will be on hand to answer queries and discuss their products.

27-28 February 2019
(come for one day or both)

Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes
(formerly Arena MK)

Register via the Wound Care Today website:

https://www.woundcare-today.com/conference/milton-keynes-2019

E-Learning for Healthcare Immunisation Training Programme

Please find the link here, which will redirect you to the e-learning for healthcare website for the Healthcare Immunisation Training Programme.

North of England Pathology and Screening Education Centre – Training Course Calendar

Please click the link here for NEPSEC’s Training Course Calendar.

Clinical Training Ltd Training Courses

Please click the link here to access training courses held by Clinical Training Ltd.

M&K Update

Training and Development for Healthcare Professionals

Please follow this link to the M&K website to see what courses are available:

https://www.mkupdate.co.uk/courses

Syder and Young – Short Courses

Click here to see all Syder and Young short courses.

These courses are in partnership with Surrey and Sussex LMC for reception and administrative staff.

Study opportunities for non-medical applied health professionals

Centre for Health Services Studies at the University of Kent, Canterbury

CHSS are pleased to announce that they are still accepting applications to the Integrated Clinical Academic internship programme.

Health Education Kent Surrey Sussex and National Institute for Health Research have awarded CHSS funding to enable up to eleven successful interns to receive a bespoke learning and development programme. This fully-funded programme supports backfill cost, tuition fees and reasonable expenses. Available to Non-Medical Applied Health Professionals, the ICAP is intended to prepare applicants to apply for an NIHR Pre-Doctoral Clinical Academic Fellowship, and in the long-term apply for Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowships, Clinical Lectureships, or Senior Clinical Lectureships.

Please see here or contact Ferhena Hashem at F.Hashem@kent.ac.uk for more information.

Alliance for Better Care.