Your future nurses infographic

NHS Employers, October 2017
Until recently, the routes to developing registered nurses within the workforce have been limited, with the university degree being the main way to train this group of staff.  The introduction of the nursing degree apprenticeship gives a new opportunity for employers to train nurses, while the creation of the new nursing associate role can help to be a bridge between healthcare assistants and graduate registered nurses. This infographic provides a resource to support employers to make the most of the new and existing routes into nursing.

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Integration and the development of the workforce

Skills for Health, March 2017

This working paper reveals how integration of the fields of health and social care will require organisations to break down traditional barriers in how care is provided. It details how workforce development plays a crucial role in successful integration.

Please note that free registration is required in order to download this publication.

Click here to register and access the full report.

End of life care core skills education and training framework

Skills for Health, March 2017

This framework, developed in partnership with Skills for Care and Health Education England, promotes greater collaboration between organisations in the health and care sectors and in the community. The framework sets out standards for staff education and training and classifies key skills and knowledge into three tiers, ranging from general end of life care awareness to the in-depth knowledge needed to care for and support an individual approaching the end of their life, and their family. A accompanying training pack has been developed to increase awareness and understanding of the importance of working together to support people at the end of their lives.

Click here to view the framework.

Click here to view the Training Pack.

Library Training at the Lantern Centre

Library and Information Service, February 2017

The next introduction to literature searching course for staff and students on placement at LCFT is on Wednesday 22nd February.  Please see the attached poster for details on how to book.

We are also offering drop-in sessions 12.30 and 4.30pm to help you with Athens accounts, accessing Library resources, journal articles, literature searches and more.  There is no need to book for the drop-in sessions.

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Introduction to Literature Searching and Library drop-in sessions

Lancashire Care Library and Information Service

The Library and Information Service are offering face-to-face training sessions at the LANTERN Centre in Preston. We are providing an Introduction to Literature Searching group sessions.  Places are limited to 5.  Please see the attached details for information on dates and how to book on the course.

We are also offering drop-in sessions to help you getting started with Athens, accessing Library resources, journal articles, literature searches and more.

Click here for further details.