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- Taking Action: Our main newsletter, for all healthcare professionals
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Taking Action - Newsletter for All
This is our main newsletter and resource for all healthcare professionals. Taking Action is packed with:
- Topical news
- Course announcements and research updates
- Links to further resources to help your day-to-day practice
- Real stories showing the many ways that our students, trainers and education commissioners are applying their knowledge to achieve better care for patients
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- News on funding opportunities
- Updates on Education for Health resources, initiatives and team members
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