Free courses and training for you
Discover a huge range of high-quality educational courses and resources to help you learn new skills and advance your career.
We have highlighted below some of the latest and most popular courses on our Learning Hub, available to staff and students across the partnership. Simply visit the website and sign in using your usual institutional login to get started – you can read our step-by-step guide if you need further help.
King’s Health Partners and King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (NHS FT) hosted the What Matters Most online conference from 19 – 23 September, aimed at staff interested in learning more about the role of outcomes that matter to patients, and improving quality, care pathways and outcomes.
The conference includes a range of local examples – projects led by King’s College Hospital NHS FT clinicians in a wide range of clinical areas and using different methods to find out and measure the outcomes that matter most to patients, and how we can use this information to drive quality improvement.
You can catch up on all the insightful sessions here.
A good experimental design is the first step for a successful bioinformatics analyses, the second one is to understand how to record and organise data. Most life scientists (at any career stage) store data in spreadsheets, so this is the place that many research projects start and how data are delivered to the bioinformatician. Participants will prepare data for bioinformatics analyses and improve their data organization skills.
This course is for you if:
- You are a beginner to using Excel or have experience but would like to use it more effectively;
- You work in health-related sector as either clinical, administrative or academic staff - for example as a nurse, health administrator, consultant, biomedical researcher, etc;
- You have some knowledge of basic statistical terms and would like to apply them in Excel;
- You need to start recording data or using already recorded data for your current or future role;
- You require flexible learning format.
The Mind & Body IMPARTS team has hosted a number of sessions with senior clinicians to offer insight into managing mind and body needs, particularly for those working in physical health settings. Topics so far include the following:
- Motivation interviewing and adherence to treatment;
- Management of suicidal thoughts in medical outpatient clinics;
- Manging difficult conversations in clinics;
- The compassionate mind as our guide;
- Psychological distress in long term conditions.
These are just a few examples of the high-quality courses that can be accessed through our Learning Hub. Other recent popular courses include:
- Functional Neurological Disorders
- Diabetes School Staff Study Days
- Supporting medication adherence: basic principles and practice
- Understanding and prescribing chemotherapy.
Interested in getting a course on the KHP Learning Hub? Find out how to get involved in our step-by-step guide.