Health Education England Project

NCPC is working with Health Education England (HEE) on a project to look at  a variety of different and new ways to build a more sustainable approach to end of life care workforce development.  We are seeking your help so that we can find out more about what is happening in your area if you are developing or have already developed an asset based approach within your local learning community.  An asset based approach builds on the strengths and connections within a community which can be shared or exchanged and should improve its capacity and sustainability. The aim of our work will be to share what is working well and learn from how local learning communities, which can include education providers as well as service commissioners and providers, addressed challenges in implementing change.   

In end of life care we have always valued the connections made between health, housing  and social care and the shared learning opportunities developed across sectors in recognition of how good person centred end of life care should be delivered.  If you have examples from your local health and care learning community which may include sharing and exchanging learning opportunities, utilising people’s skills and expertise across the community (including volunteers), joint developments such as learning hubs or  providing a venue for people within the learning community to come together we would like to hear from you. 

Please respond by 15th July by email to Glenis Freeman with a brief outline of what is happening and whether you would be happy to have a call to discuss further.  Thank you.