Benefits for staff at King's Health Partners
As a member of staff at King's Health Partners you are part of a workforce of more than 40,000 people committed to excellence in healthcare. Below are some opportunities available to you as a staff member of King's Health Partners. Find out more about who we are including key stats on the About section of the website.
King’s Health Partners provides education and training for healthcare professionals, students and support staff.
Our Learning Hub hosts a range of free elearning resourses for staff, students and trainees.
Our partnership has two simulation centres with state-of-the-art facilities providing comprehensive medical simulation training.
The King’s Health Partners staff development fund is designed to help eligible individuals meet the cost of professional development opportunities such as attending conferences or undertaking short courses.
The fund enables our staff to obtain a small grant which will help you do something to broaden your knowledge, experience and / or skills around the mind and body agenda as part of your role within King’s Health Partners.
We provide guidance on how to conduct research at King's Health Partners, including information on:
We're committed to joining up mental and physical healthcare, training and research to improve health outcomes for our patients and service users. We want all our staff to be advocates for hollistic mind and body care across our partnership.
Find out more about our Mind & Body Programme including information on:
All staff are eligible to apply for the King’s Health Partners’ Honorary Passport. The King’s Health Partners’ Honorary Passport was created to allow staff working across our partner organisations the opportunity to develop clinical services, research, education, and training, without unnecessary bureaucracy and duplication of checks.
Please note there has been updated guidance to the passports to ensure staff follow proper clinical governance across all sites. In particular, the changes have been made to ensure that doctors who are required to undertake revalidation, including those from King’s College London who need to work within the Trusts, have an assigned Responsible Officer. Staff must obtain a passport before they commence work on another partner site. To find out more about the King’s Health Partners Honorary Passport, read Honorary Passports - Briefing and frequently asked questions. Staff who need to apply for the Honorary Passport should fill out a request form.
A full list of events and courses available to King's Health Partners staff are regularily updated on our events page. If you have an event or course you would like featured in our listings please contact email@example.com
Read the latest news from King's Health Partners and sign up to our news bulletin that goes out to 40,000 staff across our partnership every two weeks. We regularily feature blogs written by our staff members describing work taking place across King's Health Partners, if you would like to write about your work contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
King’s Health Partners has 22 CAGs and these cover every aspect of patient and service user treatment we provide, from cancer services, diabetes, child and adolescent mental health to dentistry and imaging. If you work in our partnership, it is likely that you are involved in at least one of our CAGs.
To find out more about what the CAGs do read Innovation Impact Stories. It describes innovations from our CAGs that have improved patient care over the last year.
To celebrate the NHS turning 70 in 2018, we created a CAGraphics booklet, showing 70 examples of key achievements from CAGs and Institutes across our partnership.
If you would like to use the King's Health Partnes logo to promote your work on a publication or website please contact us at email@example.com