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Help us build a more sustainable approach to end of life care workforce development
The National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC), lead body of the Dying Matters coalition, 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 asset based approach to end of life care workforce development. This approach builds on resources within a community that can be brought together to deliver end of life care learning and can vary depending on the skills, knowledge and connections within a community of learning. For example free places may be offered on training programmes in exchange for student placements, specialist input given without a fee for cross sector developments, venues provided to reach a wider audience, volunteers sharing their experiences and facilitating learning events or the community coming together to develop a cross sector learning hub for sharing and exchanging learning opportunities.
We are seeking your help so that we can find out more about what may be happening in your area. If you are aware of examples within your local health and care learning community then we would like to hear from you.
Please respond by email to Glenis Freeman (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 31st August with a brief outline of what is happening and whether you would be happy to have a call to discuss further.