The Health Systems Innovation Lab at London South Bank University is pleased to launch our New Leading Networks in Health and Care E-Learning Programme

London South Bank University are at the cutting edge of developments in Network Leadership. This new e-learning programme provides all you need to know to lead an effective network including, What Makes Networks Work?, Engaging Members, Adding Value, and Sustaining your Network.

 Welcome to the Source4Networks Platform - we have created 4 videos to help guide you through the platform

MARCH 2021 - Spotlight on learning as a network during a pandemic

The final blog of this series looks at a range of resources to build social capital in your network during Covid-19 and beyond.

MARCH 2021 - Spotlight on learning as a network during a pandemic

A short introductory course on using twitter from the We Nurses community. 

Carol Read RN/MSc

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MARCH 2021 - Spotlight on learning as a network during a pandemic

A podcast from the Kings Fund on getting people behind a purpose.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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MARCH 2021 - Spotlight on learning as a network during a pandemic

An update on integrated care from the Kings Fund.

Carol Read RN/MSc 

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MARCH 2021 - Spotlight on learning as a network during a pandemic

A literature search and guidance on using social media safely and effectively as a healthcare professional.

Carol Read RN/MSc  

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MARCH 2021 - Spotlight on learning as a network during a pandemic

An International research study of the increased use of social media and health networks during Covid-19.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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MARCH 2021 - Spotlight on learning as a network during a pandemic

A comprehensive article on incorporating design thinking into your learning programmes to improve healthcare services.

Carol Read RN/MSc

 

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MARCH 2021 - Spotlight on learning as a network during a pandemic

A good overview of social media tools and their use in healthcare.

Carol Read RN/MSc 

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