Our fantastic Improving Health module is the result of an inspired collaboration between NHS Warwickshire and Education For Health. The course is open to front-line workers from all the many spheres of Public Health, Social Care and even the Voluntary Sector


Education for Health is an important source of independent information, knowledge and expertise. We regularly share our resources with professional associations, charitable institutions, government bodies and commercial organisations by collaborating on projects which aim to improve patient care:

  • We offer expert opinion and consultancy based on our experience and leadership of primary healthcare workforce development
  • We use our experience pioneering best practice educational experience and content to help you develop special events and educational projects:
    • Face to face learning
    • Distance learning
    • Blended learning
    • eLearning
  • We know how to raise standards of effective respiratory and cardiovascular practice and can provide expert speakers and authors
  • We are at the forefront of harnessing the enormous potential of the internet and digital technologies. Your project will benefit from dynamic, interactive experiences which achieve your objectives and builds your reputation.

In 2009 we collaborated on a whole variety of initiatives with:

  • The governments of the UK, Denmark and Singapore
  • 4 UK national patient charities
  • 10 multinational pharmaceutical companies
  • Several UK and European professional associations.

To discuss the benefits of collaborating with Education for Health, please contact Monica Fletcher, CEO, on 01926 836841.

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Rhian Last

Rhian Last
Clinical Lead for Improving Health, Managing LTC & Essentials of Primary Care Nursing

Helping Bermuda breath freely - Jennifer Wilson an NRTC asthma diploma graduate with the 'Azmobile' which allows her to get out into the community and connect with as many people as possible who suffer with asthma

Respiratory nurses attending an advanced communication skills workshop at Outram Polyclinic with Monica Fletcher and GP Dt Tan Tze Lee


The first Singapore Nurses Asthma Group (SNAG) students, November 2009

Danish trainers

Founding members of the Danish Trainer Team with Samantha Walker, then Director of Education and Research

Simply books

Our range of Simply Pocket Books are presented and illustrated in a unique easy-to-follow guidance from cover to cover


Visit to Changi General Hospital, Monica Fletcher Chief Executive with a team of respiratory nurses

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