Education and training
Education and training underpin all that we do. We focus on equipping our staff and students with the relevant clinical and research skills, supporting our clinical academics in their career pathways, and building capacity and sustainability.
We are working to address barriers to clinicians integrating research in their career portfolios and grow clinical academic leaders of the future.
We support our clinical academics by building partnerships, delivering training, and embedding new ways of working between the health sector and academia.
Academics working within King’s Health Partners Women and Children’s Health benefit from exposure to a cutting-edge research environment and the opportunity to work closely with clinicians. We also support clinical staff to include research in their career portfolios.
We provide support to academics developing proposals for research, including clinical trials, through our IWCH Knowledge Hub. To get in touch, please email KHP-IWCH@kcl.ac.uk.
Finally, we provide education and training for clinical-academics by developing and delivering short courses, MSc modules, e-learning and training to primary care professionals. In doing so, we support skills and career development across professional groups, as well as facilitating workforce innovation and the translation of knowledge into action and policy.
[Picture above: PA training: The Children & Young People's Health Partnership working with Personal Advisors' for Care Leavers]
The following free, online training resources are available on the King’s Health Partners Learning Hub:
- History-taking in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Pregnancy, Birth and Parenthood after Childhood Sexual Abuse
- Level 2: Mind and Body Awareness and Communication Skills - Children and Young People Course
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To get in touch with the Institute and learn more about our work, please email KHP-IWCH@kcl.ac.uk.