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City Health Bespoke Training

Interested in Bespoke Training?

If you would like to organise bespoke training for your hospital or organisation then please do get in touch with us and we can discuss your training needs with you. Please contact us at or call us on 0207 040 3311.

Subject areas covered:

* Cardiac Care

* Child Health

* Chronic Illness

* Diabetes Care

* Ear, Nose and Throat

* Gynaecology

* Health Technologies

* International Health

* Long Term Conditions & Elderly Care

* Mental Health Care

* Neonatal and Newborn

* Optometry

* Practice Nursing

* Primary Care

* Public Health

* Sexual Health

Below is a list of City Health case studies of bespoke training.

Islington CCG – Cytology Training

We are running an extra cytology update taught by the very experienced and in demand tutor Val McMunn for the Islington CCG.

Tower Hamlets – Cytology and Immunisation Update

Through a larger school wide tender we are running 2 half day updates in Tower Hamlets on Cytology and Immunisation.

East London Foundation Trust – Preceptorship Programme

We were commissioned by ELFT to train up 5 district nurses. We developed eight tailored courses for them which we now offer to the public, including: Male Catheterisation, Manual Evacuation, Adult Dysphagia, Intravenous Therapy including Care and Management of Hickman line, Phlebotomy, General Wound Care, Respiratory Care including Spirometry and Palliative care. We delivered all of these courses in our ‘Top of the Line Clinical Skills’ rooms, which include a mock 6 bed ward, by our exceedingly knowledgeable academic staff many of which are still practicing clinicians.

Islington CCG – Practice Nurse Training

We developed a set of courses to train a set of Islington practice nurses which included courses such as: Recognition and Assessment of Mental Health conditions, Diabetes Mellitus, Introduction to Sexual Health and Contraception, Heart Disease and Heart Failure, and Respiratory Care. We are delivering these courses at the request of the funder in our Northampton square location using state of the art equipment and City’s ‘Clinical Skills’ lab.

Camden Community Health – Vision Screening for Children

We developed this one day training for 26 community nurses in Camden. We held this course in Camden and provided them with up to date course content by specialist academic lecturers in the optometry field.

Homerton University Hospital Trust  – Nurse Training

Homerton approached City, University of London and asked us to develop 5 study days around the following areas for 15 members of their nursing staff: Supervisors role in supporting mentorship students, Evidence based practice, Managing students with learning difficulties and supporting students with mental health conditions, Preparation for revalidation and Managing the deteriorating patient. All sessions were taught on site at the hospital by experienced City academic lecturers and staff.

St John & St Elizabeth Hospital  – Nurse Training

We have ran several on bespoke sessions for St John & St Elizabeth Hospital over the last 3 years which covered the following areas: Venepuncture and Cannulation, IV Therapy and Fluid Management and Catheterisation. All sessions were delivered on site at their hospital by the same experienced City academic lecturer.

North East London Foundation Trust  –  Nurse Training

NELFT approached us and asked us to deliver  bespoke study days around LogMar training, Height Measurement & BMI refresher training, Continence & Catherterisation and Cardio Metabolic Risk.  All sessions were delivered by experienced City academic staff who taught the sessions on site at NELFT's conference centre in Essex.

North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust – DoL's Training

North Middlesex University Hospital asked us to deliver 5 bespoke sessions on the area of Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards in the context of the Mental Health Act (2005) in an acute hospital setting for 37 of their nursing staff. These sessions were delivered by 3 highly experienced City academic staff on site at their education centre.

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