Education and training
Education and training are at the centre of our work. We work with our partners to provide resources and opportunities that support staff development and will ultimately improve outcomes for patients.
We provide a wide range of events and training opportunities, including national education days, for our staff and stakeholders including medics, nurses, transfusion practitioners, pharmacists and scientists.
- Our preceptorships (training to support newly qualified staff) in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia, Bone Marrow Failure and Bone Marrow, have attracted more than 100 delegates from Europe and the Middle East.
- The development, and submission for publication, of a full set of 65 competencies for the role of a Transfusion Practitioner, is being used to develop national training and education resources.
- Our weekly webinar Case of the Week attracts a local, national and international audience, and with almost 100 cases already available to view represents an important learning resource.
- Delivering a Post-Graduate certificate in Haematology, launching in September 2021 with several modules pre-recorded for virtual learning.
You can explore education and training opportunities from King's Health Partners Haematology on our Learning Hub.
To get in touch with the Institute and learn more about our work, please email KHPHaematology@kcl.ac.uk.