Long-term conditions training moves to the next level
New intermediate level sessions are now available within our PRosPer Long-Term Conditions elearning programme, to support staff who care for people with a range of long-term conditions.
The 4 new sessions will help colleagues build on their knowledge of personalised care and support planning, along with prehabilitation and rehabilitation for long-term conditions.
The expansion follows on from the launch of our foundation level sessions, which gave an introduction to personalised care, prehabilitation and rehabilitation.
The programme will be helpful for any colleagues caring for people with long-term conditions.
The sessions have been developed by Health Education England (HEE) and HEE elearning for healthcare, using materials provided by Macmillan Cancer Support.
With the population living longer there is a rise in the proportion of people living with multiple long-term conditions. A personalised approach to care and support is vital to ensure that people’s needs are fully identified and planned for, taking their strengths and developed abilities into account.
Core elements of the training include needs-led assessment, supported self-management and behaviour change.
The training will be helpful for all colleagues who directly support, or work with teams who support people with long-term conditions.
Accessing the PRosPer Long-Term Conditions elearning programme
To find out more and access the training, please visit the PRosPer Long-Term Conditions elearning programme page.
Upon completion of the programme we would like to collect your feedback. An evaluation survey is available, which we would be grateful if you could complete.