Evaluation of LHEG universities' Covid-19 response in allied healthcare

A report detailing the efforts made by students, university staff, NHS staff and the broader Higher Education community in London during the first wave of Covid-19. It illustrates the experiences of those on the frontline, the challenges that they faced, the sacrifices that they made, and the immense impact that their efforts had.

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London Healthcare Course Guide 2021/22

Concise guide to the health courses offered by London's universities, including nursing, midwifery and allied health. Published November 2020.

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Your Bridge Into Nursing

Find out more about the new direct application Nursing Associate Foundation Degree, including entry requirements and where you can study. Published March 2020.

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There's Nowhere like London

This brochure celebrates what is unique about studying medicine and dentistry in London. Published for London HE Week 2019.

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Vital Signs

Vital Signs addresses a range of challenges pertaining both to higher education and health policy which are likely to impact the provision of health education and training.



Clinical Academics in London

The key research objectives covered by this project were to explore how clinical academic trainee pathways are working in London for medicine and dentistry; and to identify areas where pan-London collaboration could be utilised to address or alleviate any of the challenges encountered by individuals pursuing clinical academic training in London.

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Clinical Placements in Undergraduate Medicine

The first theme of Vital Signs was Clinical Placements in Undergraduate Medicine, which aimed to maximise the potential of clinical placements in London and gaining a better understanding of students’ perspectives of their clinical placement.

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