Training & Education


Details of events and training opportunities will be listed on this page as they become available.

GatewayC is a free online cancer education platform developed for primary care professionals across England, aiming to improve cancer outcomes by facilitating earlier diagnosis and improving patient experience. The platform is fully funded by Health Education England and assists users to confidently identify, refer and support patients with symptoms on a suspected cancer pathway.

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Jo's Cervical Trust Training

North East London Cancer Alliance is working with Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust to bring non-clinical staff free online training sessions on cervical health.

The training will enable non-clinical administrators, receptionists and other patient-facing primary care staff to have conversations with people in your community confidently.

The aim is to increase awareness, knowledge and understanding of the importance of cervical screening, HPV and the vaccine.

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RM Partners Bitesize Learning

A team of lead cancer nurses from across North ​West and South West London have been developing and delivering a programme of bitesize learning webinars for AHP, nursing and wider healthcare colleagues.

The topics covered to date are:

  • The Power of the Cancer Workforce
  • Focus on Breast Cancer Care
  • A New Era for Lung Cancer; pulmonary nodules service
  • Moral Injury, and Vulnerability and Wellbeing
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Genomics and Cancer Care
  • Current SACT Treatment Options and Influence of Pharmacogenomics
  • Physical Activity and Nutrition in Cancer Care
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When to make 2ww referrals to Haematology

A webinar recording of the latest guidance for GPs on making 2ww referrals to haematology

2ww pathway: sending reminder texts via Accurx

A short video showing how to send reminder texts to patients via Accurx (as long as the messaging is used alongside other safety netting measures, such as the template).