Training has increased my confidence, made me more credible in my clinical role and has led to better care for my patients
Education & Training
Education for Health is first and foremost an independent charity, committed to improving patients' health outcomes and quality of life. We strive to achieve this by developing and delivering education for health and social care professionals that ensures patients receive up-to-date, evidence based care.
A range of educational approaches
A portfolio of world class validated training courses
We make it easy for you to organise healthcare training in your area, go to Run a Course page
Interactive learning workshops
Student support provided by specialist clinical and academic experts. Learn more about the standards that you can expect as an adult learner undertaking lifelong learning and study with us through our Student Charter
Dynamic, responsive education partnerships with primary care organisations and health service managers
An extensive network of Trainers who ensure that our education bridges the gap between current local provision and the new quality standards required in the UK and overseas.
Pioneering provision of distance and blended learning in some of the world's most important preventable or manageable long term conditions
Focus on the prevention, early diagnosis, appropriate treatment and effective management of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases from paediatric to end of life care.
We are the only training organisation to measure in a scientific way the impact of our education:
on health professional behaviour, confidence and confidence
for health professionals on patients' health outcomes.
Clear evidence1 shows that patients who are cared for by health professionals who have undertaken Education for Health education are measurably better in terms of their health and quality of life.
Our whole approach focuses on quality, clarity and value for money. We are able to help you to define, plan, purchase and evaluate the education you need. This will lead to you having the right workforce in the right place with the right skills at the right time.
Find out how you could use our education to achieve service improvement. Please call Gill Parks on +44(0)1926 838962.
1. Upton J, Madoc-Sutton H, Sheikh A, Frank TL, Walker S, Fletcher M. National survey on the roles and training of primary care respiratory nurses in the UK in 2006: are we making progress? Prim Care Respir J 2007 Oct;16(5):284-90.
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Our delivery model is that of blended learning which takes the best elements of print, online and face to face teaching methods
Our study days are run by practicing clinicians who deliver fun, interactive & informed days
Education for Health Trainers learning about a unique handheld analyser which can perform a range of tests including oxygen trials on patients with COPD
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Beverley Gofton, Fiona Shally,
Interactive study days support your learning and offer a great opportunity to discuss ideas and share experiences with others in your field
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The guide has been released by Primary Care Commissioning, and provides practical support to commissioners and providers of healthcare services.
This paper discusses the case for nurse-led interventions and consultations in supporting patients and families affected by COPD.
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