Talking with children about cancer and life-threatening illness

Two-day course on advanced communication skills for paediatrics

Teaching fellow scheme trains doctors and nurses to teach

Joint venture between Warwick Medical School and UHCW

The Edward Jenner Programme

Laying the foundation of leadership behaviours to support professional practice

The Last Taboo: a Guide to Dementia, Sexuality, Intimacy and Sexual Behaviour in Care Homes

This publication which can be found on the International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC) website provides all care home staff and managers with information and practical advice on this complex, controversial and sensitive issue

The role of non-clinical placements in medical education

Community placement programme for medical students™

An interactive online learning environment offering bite-sized learning activities to help community pharmacy teams develop together and deliver better outcomes for patients

Therapeutic care

Pathway Point in the Dementia Competency Framework

Timely accurate diagnosis and treatment planning

Pathway Point in the Dementia Competency Framework

Tool to help shared decision-making between GP and patient

DVD and learning booklet produced as part of national initiative


There are two forms of training available to support MECC implementation. These have been designed to meet the needs of staff delivering MECC. These different methods each cover the key areas required to ensure staff are competent and feel confident to raise lifestyle issues. "Getting started with staff training" helps you to decide which of these options to use.



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