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An Introduction to Innovation in Healthcare – free online learning

The West of England Academy is launching a free online course focused on innovation in healthcare from 1 November.

The free, four-session course has been developed by the West of England AHSN and the University of Bath’s Centre for Healthcare Innovation and Improvement (CHI²).

The lead educators will be available during November to answer questions and respond to comments, and whilst the facilitated course ends on Friday 26 November, the content will be continually available to learners via the Future Learn platform.

Find out more about this free online training and book here.

Attendees will join hundreds of healthcare staff and innovators from around the world who will benefit from this training whilst learning at their own pace from wherever they choose.

The course is primarily aimed at health practitioners, clinicians, health and care managers and commissioners. However, it will also be of interest to those who want to understand more about the challenges of innovation in healthcare including undergraduate and postgraduate students, and innovators from the commercial sector.

CPD certification is available on the Future Learn platform with a paid upgrade.

Undecided? Want to know more? Join our introductory webinar:

To introduce the online learning and answer any questions you may have, we are hosting a 30-minute webinar on Tuesday 12 October at 12noon. Please register your attendance here.

Find out more about this free online training and book here.

The West of England Academy offers a wide range of free resources to healthcare professionals and innovators across the region. To find out more about our Academy, visit our webpages or email weahsn.academy@nhs.net

Our academy works hard to welcome attendees from a broad range of backgrounds creating a safe and open environment for learning and sharing ideas.

You can find out more about the University of Bath’s Centre for Healthcare Innovation and Improvement, including their latest research projects, here.

Posted on September 21, 2021

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