The Open University have just announced that they are going to run a pre-registation nursing programme in the field of Learning Disabilities (subject to NMC approval). Details of of the announcement can be viewed at: http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/OUHWSC/index.php/2018/08/23/the-open-university-plans-to-offer-the-pre-registration-learning-disabilities-nursing-programme/ Or if you just want to make contact with the programme lead you can email Sheila Counihan at firstname.lastname@example.org, or tweet … Continue reading NEWS: The Open University plans to offer the pre-registration #learningdisabilities nursing programme
Just over two weeks to go – come and help us shape the future of learning disability care and support https://ldcop.org.uk/just-over-two-weeks-to-go-come-and-help-us-shape-the-future-of-learning-disability-care-and-support — Read on ldcop.org.uk/just-over-two-weeks-to-go-come-and-help-us-shape-the-future-of-learning-disability-care-and-support
#MyGPandMe – a campaign that is providing training for all GP surgery staff, sharing information and resources with patients and support teams and calling on policymakers to reduce health inequality.
Friday the 25th of May sore the 4th annual conference of the Kent, Surrey and Sussex "Sound of the Student and Trainee Voice" which is an opportunity for students and trainees alike from across geographies to network with other students and to give feedback on your experience as a learner. There where key note lectures along with workshops on Mental Health, Intellectual Disabilities, Catheter care and Primary care.
A toolkit that puts the young person with learning disabilities first and prioritises, as far as possible, what they would wish for themselves at the end of life