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Multiprofessional Fellows in Health Education

Welcome to the Multiprofessional Fellows in Health Education group.  We are an innovative but informal network of Fellows from a range of professional backgrounds working in various aspects of health education in London and South East.  Our aim is to develop a supportive network of individuals who have an interest in health education and promote the education and development of those involved in the group.

If you are currently or soon to be a fellow in health education please click here to register for our mailing list which will inform you events and opportunities.

A maximum of £500 funding is available only to Education Fellows from across the healthcare professions (within London and KSS), to undertake courses/attend events that will enhance their skills and role as educators. We cannot provide bursaries for clinical skills training / events. To apply contact: facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

A multiprofessional group run by Fellows, for Fellows

The Fellows are a diverse group representing a range of professional backgrounds, including doctors, nurses and allied health professionals, in a variety of health education roles.  This provides a truly multiprofessional and multidisciplinary platform through which allows us to access individual from a range of different backgrounds and learn from each other’s expertise.

Monthly meetings

We organise monthly meetings covering a range of topics which are chosen by the group.  Details will appear on this page when confirmed.

How to get involved

If you are currently or soon to be a fellow in health education please click here to register for our mailing list which will inform you events and opportunities.

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