We work with our partners to provide education and training resources that support staff development to ultimately improve outcomes for patients.
Pan-London Blood Cancer guidelines
We are working with partners across south east London to collaborate on improving aspects of care right through from diagnosis to how we care for people living with and beyond cancer. The new guidelines have been written to help clinicians in the network follow clear, consistent and evidence-based referral pathways for patients with blood cancers.
In doing so we will able to provide more consistent approaches to treatment and reduce unwarranted variations in care, ultimately helping to improve patient outcomes on a wider scale.
Adult Haematology GP Referral Guide
As part of our commitment to supporting excellence across the patient pathway, Haematology Consultants at King’s College Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trusts have agreed on a joint Adult Haematology Referral Guide to support GPs in referring patients for haematology.
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust guides:
- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Adult Haematology Referral Guide
- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Quick Guide
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust guides:
- Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust Adult Haematology Referral Guide
- Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust Quick Guide
Education and training resources
Case of the Week
Our weekly webinar Case of the Week attracts a local, national and international audience, and with nearly 200 cases already available to view represents an important learning resource.
PG Cert in Advanced Medical Training
We offer a PG Cert in Advanced Medical Training (Children’s Health, Haematology or Women’s Health) - a flexible course suitable for experienced international medical graduates and UK trust doctors which can be completed part-time alongside full-time clinical commitments.
Visit the King's College London website to learn more about the course.