Future courses: our plans
We are collaborating with experts from many disciplines, including patients, to make sure our initiatives are effective and grounded in evidence.
Our courses will be excellent and attract Continuing Professional Development points , but will also reflect our new, patient-centred approach. Sign up for our newsletter to hear about new courses as they become available.
In the pipeline
Our plans include
Patient-centred education on women’s health issues, including courses and integrated networks for practitioners, patient information and a conference bringing a range of specialists together to consider good practice and innovations. See our Faculty for Women’s Health for more information.
A critical appraisal course that will assist professionals in reviewing, analysing and making use of research to inform patient-centred and evidence-based practice.
A ten-day, in depth clinical research course focusing on methodology for health service research, for senior professionals with a strong research background.
Short courses aimed at practitioners focused on illnesses such as: migraine, arthritis, chronic pain, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression.These courses will cover the disease process, a broad range of supportive therapies, information on lifestyle and self-care and resources for further information.
Courses for the voluntary regulated healthcare sector, to support the professional education of practitioners in complementary therapies working within and outside the NHS and enhance patient care and patient safety. These will include topics such as: safety and red flags - when to refer on to other professionals; cardiopulmonary resuscitation; working in a statutory setting, data protection, infection control, child protection, record keeping, critical appraisal, audit and evaluation.