Current advocacy work
We are constantly developing knowledge which we seek to share to benefit others. With our Clinical Staff active on more than 37 boards, working groups and improvement projects, we are working to raise the education agenda and to influence and anticipate changes in patient care.
Each piece of advocacy work taken on by Education for Health is judged by its ability to achieve the following aims:
- Disseminate clinical guidelines
- Develop workforce/ clinical competencies
- Develop clinical protocols
- Raise awareness of LTCs
- Promote/ influence/ lobby for CPD
- Promote research based practice
- Consult, develop and deliver evidence-based LTC education sustainably.
If you believe you are engaged in work which meets some or all of these aims and would like to get us involved, then please contact Monica Fletcher, CEO, on 01926 836841 or Contact us.
For more information, see details of our current advocacy programmes.
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Monica Fletcher, Chief Executive with Health Minister of Bangladesh, Prof AFM Ruhal Haque who in July 2011 endorsed our Better Breathing Bangladesh project
Bangladeshi Asthma Course Students with Education for Health Trainer David Bellamy in October 2009
Monica Fletcher, Chief Executive teaching Bangladeshi nurses how to use a peak flow meter
Nurses at the launch of the Bangladeshi Asthma Diploma Course in May 2009
Monica Fletcher, Chief Executive facilitating a Bangladeshi Asthma Course
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