College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare

Clinical study days

We offer training to support the continuing professional development of your workforce. Have a look at our study days and contact us for more information.

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Our range of new clinical study days are focused around three key themes:

  • Delivering harm free care
  • Making a difference
  • Every contact counts

The days are delivered by clinically expert staff and have a practical skills focus.

Download our leaflet (pdf, 439 kb) to view examples of the types of study days we are able to offer.

Who can attend these study days?

The days are suitable for qualified and unqualified staff working in the NHS, social care, prisons and the independent and the voluntary sectors.

 

Mental health study days

Our clinical study days have been designed to address current areas of priority in mental health care helping to ensure qualified and unqualified staff have the right skills, values and behaviours to provide safe, evidence-based and compassionate care, which exceeds expectations. Examples of the study days we are able to facilitate include:

  • Suicide and working with people who self-harm
  • Dual diagnosis: working with people who have co-morbid substance misuse and alcohol problems
  • Physical health care for people with mental health problems
  • Engaging with people with mental health problems
  • Dementia: supporting patients and carers from early diagnosis through long-term care
  • Child and adolescent mental health
  • Psychosocial interventions in a variety of care settings
  • Personality disorder: working with complex needs
  • Trauma and conflict

Download our leaflet (pdf, 1mb) to find out more. The days are delivered by a team of expert mental health clinicians and educators. A practical skills based approach to learning is adopted. The days can help provide organisations with evidence for CQUINs, CQC and other quality and performance indicators and help to demonstrate staff have been prepared to work with specific client groups.

Who can attend these study days?

The days are suitable for qualified and unqualified staff working in the NHS, social care (including residential care homes, supported housing organisation), local authority commissioned services (including schools/colleges), prisons and the independent and the voluntary sectors.

 

Bespoke study days

We are experienced in delivering rapid bespoke solutions tailored to the needs of your organisation. These can be delivered at your organisation or on the University’s campus in West London or Reading.

Please contact us for more information and to discuss your requirements further:
Claire Anderson
Head of Post Qualifying Education
claire.anderson@uwl.ac.uk