The Clinical Education Department at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is committed to promoting the quality of care for people with cancer through education and professional development .
The department offers a range of educational programmes such as study days, short courses and degree level modules which are aimed at health and social care practitioners and support staff who have an interest in cancer care.
*Please note, due to the impact of COVID19 on health and social care practitioners and settings, course dates and methods of delivery may be subject to change.
We are willing to accommodate the educational needs of individual organisations upon request.
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The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in partnership with the School of Health Sciences, University of Liverpool, offers a range of level 6 and 7 oncology modules for nurses and allied health professionals.
The Clinical Education Department offers a range of workshops and short courses which are aimed at health and social care practitioners and support staff who have an interest in cancer care.
The Clinical Education Department offers a range of Study Days which are aimed at health and social care practitioners and support staff who would like to learn more about specific aspects of cancer care.
The Practice Education Facilitators aim to ensure that every learner receives an outstanding clinical placement experience, which meets both quality assurance standards and regulatory body requirements.
This course is relevant for senior/experienced Health & Social Care Professionals, who wish to enhance personal knowledge, skills & confidence in patient, family or colleague conversations that are important or can often feel difficult, complex or highly emotive.
The course is relevant to a wide range of Professionals who work within settings which support the needs of those living with and beyond cancer.
This module is suitable for those with appropriate background qualifications to study at Masters Level 7. This course can be taken as CPD or as part of the MSc Cancer Care Programme pathway.
This two day course is for staff who have attended the Nature of Cancer Course or for any clinical staff working in a health or social care setting who have a basic understanding of cancer and its treatments but who would like to further develop their knowledge in this area
This one day course is aimed at any staff working in a health or social care setting who would like to increase their understanding of the human body and the impact of cancer on body systems. As it is an introductory level course it may not be suitable for Registered Health Professionals
This is an intermediate level communication skills study day for:
This 2 day course provides an introduction to the nature of cancer and is primarily aimed at non-clinical staff. It is also suitable for health and social care practitioners and those wishing to increase their understanding of cancer
This course is aimed at Registered Nurses working in a service that delivers Systemic Anti-Cancer Treatment (SACT) who are required to administer SACT as part of their role. There are theory and practice components to the course and the practice components are flexible depending on the level of SACT administration experience. This course can be taken as CPD or as part of the MSc Cancer Care Programme pathway.