Providing excellent education and training for a comprehensive range of healthcare professionals, researchers and support staff is one of our core ambitions.
It is vital that our workforce remains adequately skilled and equipped to deliver improvements in care and also to train and educate the next generation of academics and clinicians.
Training our staff in research techniques and methodologies is also an important part of our research mission.
Staff Development Fund
The staff development fund helps eligible individuals meet the cost of personal development opportunities such as attending conferences or undertaking short courses.
Anyone who is employed by one of the organisations which form King’s Health Partners can apply. Applications are invited from staff from all professional backgrounds.
Nursing and midwifery
King’s Health Partners aim to deliver a world-class service to patients and service users.
We need a nursing and midwifery workforce with the right skills, attitudes and knowledge, driving high quality care for patients backed up by nurse/midwife-led academic research.
Being part of an Academic Health Sciences Centre provides you with a wealth of opportunities to develop your career.
The Safety Connections Network runs events and conferences which bring together staff and students from across King's Health Partners to share best practice and learn more about the latest developments in patient safety. Visit our events page to find out about any upcoming events.
Read the Safety Connections 2018 slides.
You can access a wide range of quality assured education materials for our workforce, students and community education provider networks on the King's Health Partners Learning Hub, our innovative e-learning platform.