Continuing Professional Development

for health and social care professionals working with people who have

Neurological Conditions

Our partner

NeuroEducation is a partner in the Centre for Community Neurological Studies at Leeds Metropolitan University. We have supported and delivered neurological qualifications with them for over 15 years. We are delighted to be involved with such a successful project.

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Please take the time to register with us. By doing this, we will be able to inform you of new continuing professional development courses. If you don't, you are simply missing out on these opportunities.

About NeuroEducation

You may or may not be aware of the success of NeuroEducation. NeuroEducation is now nearly 20 years old. Its success and expansion has been extensively built by liaison with other organisations. These include; government departments - Health, Social Services, Employment and Education, Universities, multi-national pharmaceutical companies, national charities, medical royal colleges and nursing associations.

NeuroEducation is an independent national organisation that complements existing services and is helping to meet the growing need for high quality neurological education and research. It provides partners with access to very experienced staff. Whether your interests are neurological education or research all the experience you may require is available - Professors of Neurology, General Practitioners, Specialist Nurses, Research Officers, Senior Lecturers in Neurosciences, Distance Learning Consultants - whoever.

NeuroEducation has already provided nearly 400 conferences and courses for over 10,000 delegates. As a partner in the Centre for Community Neurological Studies at Leeds Metropolitan University it provides postgraduate and undergraduate part-time courses covering, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and stroke. All the courses are delivered by distance learning, we therefore have students from all areas of the UK and abroad. At present over 1,200 health and social care staff have gained a neurological qualification from us.

Mission Statement

To enhance the management of neurological conditions in the community by providing high quality educational opportunities and completing high quality research.

Aims

  • To provide high quality seminars/courses/conferences for non-medical and medical professionals who manage neurological conditions in the community.
  • To complete neurological research of the highest standing.
  • To design and produce high quality neurological educational materials.
  • To improve liaison between professionals of all disciplines who manage neurological conditions in the community.
  • To liaise and develop relationships with major neurological voluntary organisations.
  • To liaise with and complement the education services already in existence.
  • To provide educational information for patients and their families in various media.
  • To provide cost effective education by adhering to a scheme of fair pricing that realises the need for controlled expansion of NeuroEducation, but reflects the training budgets of the targeted professionals.
  • To encourage private industry to support the provision of high quality, independent neurological education.

Brian Chappell
National Manager

Tel: 01484 647895