Developed by Health Education England, Finding Patience – The Later Years is an educational film designed to raise awareness of how dementia can affect people differently.
It encourages health and care professionals to reflect on the care they provide and calls for the delivery of care to focus on the individual, not the disease. Finding Patience the Later Years can be viewed here
There are increasing numbers of frail older patient cared for by our NHS.
In these times of reduced funding we felt a cheap freely available educational resource was needed for the whole team to improve their knowledge on looking after these frail patients .
We developed and run the MDTea Podcast as a result of this.
This is and will remain free to download to all users.
Each episode is a professionally produced radio show around 30 minutes long and covers a single topic from the perspective of the wider multi-professional team.
Health Education England has worked with UCLPartners and NHS mental and physical health experts to develop a suite of educational material for use across primary and secondary NHS health settings.
“Breaking Down the Barriers” aims to support education across the NHS workforce by providing the training materials to enhance existing skills, increase knowledge for early recognition, assessment, management and signposting of mental and physical health needs of patients.
Beschreibender Eintrag zur Black Athena-Debatte mit kommentierter weiterführender Bibliopgraphie und Linksammlung im Wiki der Lernwerkstatt Geschichte am Historischen Seminar der Leibniz Universität Hannover
The Skills Platform has launched a Clinical eLearning Hub to provide learners with a central location to find and access courses for Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and revalidation.
Clinical eLearning whether paid-for or free is often dispersed across various providers and host platforms, making it difficult for staff to know where to find clinical content. The new hub has been created to help staff such as GPs, dentists, pharmacists and other clinical specialists to reduce the time taken finding the courses they need. Nurses and other specialists in secondary care can also easily find courses to support CPD and revalidation.