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.

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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.

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In the red: student nurse debt

Unison, October 2016

This report finds that two thirds of NHS students have had to take on work on top of their studies in order to supplement their income. The proportion of medical and health students taking on extra jobs has risen from 61 per cent to 68 per cent in the last decade and 64 per cent of those surveyed say that working these extra hours is affecting their ability to study.

Click here to view the report.

Mental health promotion and prevention training programmes: Emerging practice examples

Public Health England, October 2016

This resource is a collation of emerging practice examples of mental health promotion and prevention training programmes available in England for the core and wider public health workforce. Its purpose is to support those who wish to commission or deliver such training as part of building a public health system capable of meeting the growing mental health challenge.

Click here to access the resource.

Delivering high quality, effective, compassionate care: developing the right people with the right skills and right values

Department of Health, October 2016

The mandate to Health Education England (HEE) sets out the government’s objectives for HEE to provide healthcare education and training.reflects strategic objectives around workforce planning, health education and training and development.  The mandate looks at how the healthcare workforce can be developed to improve care for patients through education and training.

Click here to access the document.