London Metropolitan University is looking for healthcare professions to contribute to a range of activities running as part of the Upward Bound Career Day.
We are currently collecting case studies from organisations across NCL to showcase the positive impact that wellbeing activities can have on employee wellbeing and would love to hear from you any wellbeing activities that have been successfully implemented in your practice!
The April 2023 NCL ICS Current Awareness Bulletin is now available.
Congratulations are in order for the Nurse Education Team in NCL, who have been shortlisted for the ‘Digital Health’ Burdett Award 2023!
Louise Keane, Nurse Education Lead at the NCL Training Hub, has been awarded the Karen Downs Lifetime Achievement Award from NHS Innovation. The award is in memory of Karen Downs, a nurse who died suddenly from meningitis last year.
An exciting opportunity is available for an 8A 0.5 WTE clinical pharmacist to lead on this project, commissioned by HEE to enhance the learning experience for independent prescribers for NCL, increase the number of DPPs and create networks for DPPs and IP's.
Health Education England are offering 100 funded places on the GP Pharmacy Technician Medicines Optimisation Training Programme delivered by Pharmacy Workforce Development South for pharmacy technicians working in primary care supporting General Practice.
Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2023 (13th - 19th March) is an initiative that challenges stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences. A series of events are taking place throughout the week with the aim being to educate and inspire conversations about neurodiversity.
Accord Legal Services are offering their Free Will Writing Service to all Key Workers throughout 2023.
There are some notable changes to the GP contract which includes the addition of nurses in Advanced Practitioner roles as well as reimbursing time for training them. Here are some key brief points.
London’s four NHS Cancer Alliances have funded Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust to deliver cervical cancer prevention training for non-clinical primary care staff. New dates are now available until the end of May 2023!
The NHS North Thames Genomic Medicine Service (GMS) is holding a series of training workshops for primary care staff to provide an overview of the GMS and explore its application within primary care. This programme will run between March - November 2023.