LHP provides opportunities to utilise a wider knowledge base across its stakeholders through direct educational programmes as well as through enhanced links with the CLAHRC, AHSN and LETB.
Bringing together academic excellence and expertise of delivering world class education of our 3 HEIs with the commitment of our NHS Trusts to enhance the quality of their staff. LHP designs and delivers a range of educational programmes and flexible learning.NHS Trusts:
Our partner NHS Trusts Education Departments are committed to promoting the quality of care for patients through education and professional development. The departments offer a range of educational programmes such as study days, short courses and degree level modules which are aimed at health and social care practitioners and support staff.
University of Liverpool:
The Post-Graduate School of Medicine offers a range of activities for medical and multi-professional healthcare practitioners to provide them with continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities.
CPD courses can be credit-bearing and taken either as stand-alone activity or they can be used towards gaining a Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma or Masters award through a flexible University Awards Framework. Other CPD activity, for example, study days, evening lectures and seminars are non-credit bearing. Topics for these sessions range from specific professional updates to briefing sessions on service developments.
UoL works in partnership with LHP, other local NHS Trusts, Liverpool Health Partners (LHP) and the HENW (Mersey) (former Mersey Deanery) to design high quality CPD activity. This is delivered either at the University campus in Liverpool or at local NHS Trust sites.Liverpool John Moores University:
LJMU School of Nursing and Allied Health and Centre for Public Health offer a wide range of post graduate CPD opportunities to equip students with the skills, confidence and competence demanded by the healthcare sector. The courses follow a flexible pathway that can be studied as a standalone module or as part of a larger award, either towards an undergraduate or Masters degree. They are relevant to a range of nursing and allied health professions.