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  • 1. Sharing a learning infrastructure: HE/NHS collaboration on outreach training, learning space development and video conferencing Ruth Fosker, Manager Learning Infrastructure (presented by Gary Horrocks)
  • 2. Topography of south east London • HE – King’s College London – London South Bank University – University of Greenwich • NHS – 6 acute, including 1 foundation, trusts – 2 mental health trusts – 6 PCTs • NHS overspend of £48 million in the sector
  • 3. Learning infrastructure projects • £50,000 for each of 6 boroughs to develop multi agency learning • £225,000 for a videoconferencing network • £125,000 to join up 8 NHS libraries • £135,000 for information literacy
  • 4. Information literacy project • 2 outreach trainers • Project manager • Priority targets – Mapping existing provision – Baseline for evaluation – Publicity and promotion – Specific audiences
  • 5. Training and outreach activities • Community nurses in Bexley • Admin and support staff in Lambeth • Public library staff in Brixton • GPs in Lambeth and Lewisham
  • 6. Sharing learning space • 6 different projects in each of 6 boroughs • No new buildings
  • 7. Sharing learning with social care • Joint learning centre for health and care staff at London Bridge • Project expanded with further £245,000 from Skills for Care • London project with universities
  • 8. Videoconferencing network • Kit installed on 15 sites • Projects owned locally
  • 9. Videoconferencing – practical applications • Mandatory training • e-learning • Connections between GPs and hospitals • Connections between NHS training and HE • Resource for library trainers
  • 10. Thank you