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Focus on Diabetes Week 12th -16th October

As people with LTCs are beginning to return to their GP practices we are conscious that many will need additional support in managing their health and wellbeing. To support HCPs, we are bringing together some of the trail blazers and leaders in diabetes.  

Speakers include Professor Roy Taylor, Dr David Unwin, and Dr David Cavan. There will also be sessions on the importance of foot health and population profiling throughout the week.

More resources will be added over the coming weeks in the run up to 12 October. 

Places will be limited so please keep an eye on developments and register your interest here

Our Interactive Blended Online Learning Spirometry course starts on 22nd September

The course is designed to enable participants to learn at a pace and style that is suitable for them; it is a truly interactive course which combines master classes, podcasts, and eLearning in several distinct chapters. The course is specifically designed to provide the knowledge and ‘know how’ to demonstrate competence in spirometry; enabling participants to assess patients with confidence and competence.

Once signed up to the programme participants have six months to complete their studying; enabling them to learn at the pace that best suits them. 
The ARTP are releasing their new assessment process in the next few weeks, once they have released the details, we will post this on our website. 

In the meantime, places are available to be purchased at £350 per person, or at £580 including the ARTP assessment component. Click here to find out more.

If you have any specific questions please email or 

Enhancing your impact in virtual spaces, a series of free 90 minute webinars: Oct - Nov 2020

To view full document with details, please click HERE.

Macmillan’s Explore Primary Care course

Free, open to all Healthcare Professionals, Nurses and GPs.

Please see attached flyer for details HERE.

Link to apply:

Macmillan Cancer Support is responding to workforce shortages in cancer care by offering a role development programme to support staff with an interest in specialist cancer practice.

The Macmillan Primary Care Explore programme gives you the opportunity to enhance your knowledge of the cancer journey and provide you with a strong foundation in cancer care to benefit your practice and the wellbeing of your patients.

NHS Learning Hub Quick Reference Guide

The Learning Hub is a digital platform that provides easy access to a wide range of education and training resources for the health and care workforce, enabling users to contribute, search for and access resources.
The Learning Hub is in Beta phase and new features will be frequently released. It is important that the platform
continues to meet your needs - you can provide feedback to help improve it. The Learning Hub and the e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) Hub are two standalone, but complementary, platforms however, if you have an eligible e-LfH Hub account you can sign in to the Learning Hub using those details.

For more information click HERE

Systmone Training

SystmOne Training Dates 

Training dates have now been released for Systm One Training. The training will be online (due to distancing rules making classroom courses untenable) and bookable through the NWL Learning Hub. Attached is a cribsheet on how to register to the learning hub and book Remote Training.

The Online training will be either on Microsoft Teams or WebEx so please download the Teams app prior to the event, and your trainer will send you a link two days before the event starts.

The following courses are now available:


  • SystmOne Basic Training
  • SystmOne for Senior Administrators
  • SystmOne Reporting


There is also a new NWL Learning Hub course which covers the following:

  • Signing on and re-setting Password
  • Assigned Mandatory Training by Job Role 
  • Profile and Job Assignments 
  • Using the hub Dashboard, Record of Learning, Team View (Managers), Reports (Managers, Find Learning, Resources, Training Video and Help Page.
  • Benefits for PCNs.

Please find here instructions on how to book training and create an account

Latest COVID-19 resources from Skills for Health

20,000 key workers access our free COVID-19 awareness course

We have seen a surge in uptake of our latest free version of our COVID-19 online learning resources, as many sectors move towards returning to work in an increased capacity, since the government's new roadmap was released.

Over 20,000 NHS, health & care professionals & other key public service staff have now completed the course which details advice, guidance & information about coronavirus to support our workforces deliver the best possible patient care & workplace safety, during these unprecedented times.

Please share & access it here today  to update your training on; infection prevention, PPE, hand & respiratory hygiene, management & assessment, sampling & testing, patient transfers/managing patients & much more to keep you safe in your role & help save lives.

New Safeguarding Adults & Children courses providing crucial COVID-19 skills

Recently refreshed Safeguarding courses for both Adults & Children are now available on our new mobile-first e-learning platform. Supporting the training needs of our NHS & wider health & care staff, as well as volunteers, these vital modules ensure the right skills are acquired to protect our vulnerable from coronavirus & the rise of those looking to exploit them.

Read more here


Primary Care CPD Alert: Future Proofing Primary Care

The latest Primary Care CPD Alert: Future-Proofing General Practice covering innovation, leadership, skill mix & workforce planning, telehealth and including selected COVID-19 training, resources, research, can be found at the following link

Free COVID-19 e-learning for nurses, midwives and AHPs

HEE is working with partners to provide a system-wide response to COVID-19

Please click HERE for more information 

Dedicated link to training HERE

Maudsley Learning

Maudsley Learning have created a COVID-19 Hub webpage to house trusted content and free resources aimed at the general public and clinicians from various organisations including NHS England, Health Education England, King's College London and our experts here at SLaM.

The resources can be found HERE

About the Coronavirus (COVID-19) programme

This programme has been created by Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic.

The programme includes key materials to help the health and care workforce respond to Coronavirus.

Content now available in the COVID-19 programme includes:

  • Essential Guidance from the NHS, UK Government, WHO and BMJ
  • Public Health England – Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Infection Prevention and Control
  • Resources for Staff Working in Critical Care Setting
  • Resources for Staff Working in Acute Hospital Setting
  • Resources for Staff Working in Primary Care and Community Setting
  • Resources for Return to Work Healthcare Staff
  • Resources for Pharmacy Staff
  • End of Life Care COVID-19
  • Wellbeing for Staff

More content will be added in the coming days and weeks.  The additional content will include new sessions and content curated from different sources such as existing HEE e-LfH sessions and materials from other organisations.

To proceed to the e-learning, please click HERE

Healthcare Apprenticeship Standards Online (HASO) - Apprenticeship Updates

To view web page please click HERE

COVID-19 related trainings recorded (Community Pharmacy, General Practice, Digital Primary Care)

There are NHSE run COVID-19 related trainings recorded for your convenience. To watch recordings of previous webinars visit their webinars webpage. Links to those from HEE will be sent in due course.

COVID-19 Primary Care Webinars

To view website please click HERE

The NHS England General Practice Forward View and Health Education England (HEE) Primary Care Workforce Commission

The NHS England General Practice Forward View and Health Education England (HEE) Primary Care Workforce Commission both recognised the requirement for a wider clinical workforce in primary care to support service transformation.

HEE is investing in and implementing a range of workforce initiatives to support primary care workforce transformation.

This includes the HEE’s mandate target of ensuring that there are 1000 physician associates working in primary care by 2020.

For more information click here.

More information

If you would like to become involved or know more about the work that the Hammersmith and Fulham’s Community Education Provider Network (CEPN)is doing, please email us at