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  • 1. Education and training Professor Anne Greenough 16 April 2010
  • 2. King’s Health Partners Partnership Board AHSC Executive Basic Sciences Institute NIHR Biomedical Research Centres Health Service Research And Evaluation Research And Innovation Services Drive basic discovery Drive translation Evaluate Efficient infrastructure to deliver translation Cardiovascular Dementia and Older People’s Mental Health Diabetes and Obesity Other Clinical Academic Groups CLINICAL ACADEMIC GROUPS Disorder / Research Based Training and EducationEDUCATION ACADEMY Disorder- / Research-based training and education Disseminate knowledge, train the next generation KCLGSTTKCHSLaM
  • 3. Education Academy Oversees education and training to ensure consistent standards of excellence, sharing of good practice and innovation and that the best use of resources is made. •Medical (2150 undergraduates) and Dental (800) Schools •School of Biomedical and Health Sciences: physiotherapy, pharmacy, nutrition, dietetics •Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery (1300) •Institute of Psychiatry (psychiatry, psychology and neuroscience) •>2700 PG students •Three Foundation Trusts - workforce>20,000 Page 3
  • 4. Education Academy Page 4 Innovative technology & teaching Widening participation Global health education & training Leadership Improving health & well-being Careers Management Simulation Pedagogic research Quality assurance Research & teaching IPE & IPT Postgraduate clinical education Diabetes,Nutrition,Endocrine, Obesity&Ophthalmology Orthopaedics,Trauma,Emergency ENT,&Plastics Cardiovascular Liver,Renal,Urology,Transplant, Gastro/GastroIntestinalSurgery Clinical Academic Groups (CAGs) Cancer,Haematology&PalliativeCare
  • 5. Education and training in CAGs CAG education and training lead – monitoring delivery and quality and identifying development needs Commitment: •all staff : includes teaching, examining, interviewing and pastoral roles teaching database and appraisal Quality: •external examiners/bodies; applications; completion rates; feedback from students •peer review, King’s Learning Institute or other teaching courses Delivery: •all relevant undergraduate and postgraduate modules •all CAGs to have at least one MSc Page 5
  • 6. Innovative Technology Page 6 • Flexible learning platform to support student teaching and learning and workforce training and development • Audit of the four partners’ e-learning materials (mandatory and optional training and e-learning for healthcare) • King’s Health Partners website – Education Academy - details of each course • Working group identifying “holes” • Development of Masters courses made easy
  • 7. Page 7
  • 8. Page 8 SLaM leadKCL/Dental lead GSTT Lead KCH lead Research Lead Education Lead Patient safety Lead Surgical Skills lead High fidelity full body simulation Lead Part body trainer lead Patient actor and expert patient lead Communication lead King’s Health Partners Simulation Lead
  • 9. Health Innovation and Education Cluster (HIEC) Page 9 • Managed multi-professional innovation and education network • Drive innovation and improvements in patient care based on evidence and research • Accelerate the spread and adoption of innovation locally, speeding the time it takes for new ideas to be implemented • Promote co-development of educational programmes to meet the needs of the service
  • 10. Page 10The need for a South London HIEC Source : Department of Health Community Health Profiles 2009 Key Worse than London average In line with London average Better than London average Health Indicator Lambeth Southwark Lewisham Greenwich Croydon Bromley Bexley Binge drinking adults Deaths from smoking Drug Misuse Early deaths: Cancer Early deaths: Heart disease & stroke Healthy eating adults Hospital stays due to alcohol Infant Mortality Life expectancy Mental Illness Obese Adults Obese Children Physically active adults Teenage Pregnancy Tuberculosis Violent Crime
  • 11. Page 11 South London HIEC South East King’s Health Partners • Oxleas, University Hospital Lewisham, South London Healthcare • 6 Primary Care Trusts • Universities of Greenwich and Southbank, Lambeth College, HEALTH, Skills for Health • Lambeth Council • Quintiles • Common Purpose, C & E Advisory • Kent and Medway CLRN, New Economics Foundation • Diabetes UK, GSTT Charity, Rethink South West AHSN • Epsom and St Helier, Kingston, Mayday, St George’s, Mental Health Trusts • 5 Primary Care Trusts • Universities of Kingston, St George’s, Royal Holloway • London Ambulance Service
  • 12. Page 12 The Partners Hillingdon Harrow Ealing Brent Barnet Enfield Haringey Camden Hounslow Richmond Wandsworth Kingston Merton Sutton Croydon Bromley Lewisham Lambeth Southwark Greenwich Westminster Ken. & Chel . City Tower Hamlets Newham Hackney Islington Waltham Forest Redbridge Havering Barking Bexley Hammersmith
  • 13. South London HIEC Page 13 • Network engagement and shared learning events • Development of a shared learning platform with full web-based functionality to facilitate communication • A patient and public section of the website (prioritising prevention) • Build on our expertise in distance learning and video-conferencing to reduce “travel to learn” • Use our expertise in simulation to ensure practitioners in polyclinics have the necessary skills. • Multi-professional Centre of Effective Medicines Use • Apprenticeship Academy across health and social care
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  • 15. Education and Training - opportunities Page 15 •Changes in the administration of medical and dental education and training •Cross London collaboration •Funding streams

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