This free training is aimed at Practice Nurses and also other qualified professionals interested in carrying out Cancer Care Reviews in their GP Practice.
Cancer Care Reviews are particularly relevant during the Covid-19 outbreak as they cover a range of topics such as the social, psychological and practical aspects of cancer, and not just the medical and physical conditions. People with cancer can be living with fear, isolation, uncertainty and loneliness and this training will enable the Primary Care Team to offer additional support to their cancer patients at this time.
The Macmillan Primary Care Cancer Framework Nursing Team will deliver the training starting on Tuesday 14 September 2021 between 12.15 pm – 1 pm for five consecutive weeks. Following the training the participant will have the confidence and tools to carry out holistic cancer care reviews and care plans.
Please note that if you attended this training in Autumn 2020 or February 2021 you do NOT need to attend this round of training.
The Health and Care Research Wales Support Centre provides a high-quality Wales-wide training programme to support excellence in health and social care research studies.
In response to UK government’s guidelines in response to COVID-19 outbreak, we will not be holding face-to-face training throughout Wales until advised otherwise.
However, e-learning courses are available and you can complete the training in your own time.
The Introduction to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and GCP Refresher sessions are CPD accredited, the certificate can be downloaded on completion of the course.
We are working to extend the library of e-learning available from Health and Care Research Wales, please return to this page to check for updates.
MSc Clinical Research
The link to the course information and application details is here: https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/taught/courses/course/clinical-research
E-learning resources to support you through the COVID-19 pandemic
Information is now available on the newly launched ‘Resources to support you through the COVID-19 pandemic’ area on NIHR Learn.
The current list of resources includes guidance and support in the following areas:
- Conveying difficult information to patients and relatives
- Leading in uncertain times
- Personal resilience
- Remote working
- Understanding the science of COVID-19
Health Research Authority e-learning modules
The Health Research Authority has developed a number of e-learning modules as an aid for researchers, R&D staff, study sponsors, research ethics committee members and the wider research community. Read more
Please see the Social Research Association website for details regarding upcoming training courses:
FutureLearn offers a diverse selection of courses from leading universities and cultural institutions around the world, most of which are free to complete.
For more information and to browse their list of courses, visit the FutureLearn website
NHS Leadership Academy Programmes
The Edward Jenner Programme - Leadership Foundations
Whether you’re new to the NHS or an aspiring leader at the start of your journey, you’re the perfect candidate for the NHS Leadership Academy’s Edward Jenner programme – the foundation of great leaders. It’s free, flexible and enlightening. And with open access, there’s nothing to stop you going for it today.
The programme has been re-designed to offer even more flexibility with two units to complete at your own pace. Launch takes up to five hours,Foundations is designed to be studied over six weeks.
Read more: http://www.leadershipacademy.nhs.uk/programmes/the-edward-jenner-programme/
Find out more about Launch and Foundations in the video below: