The CEPN (also known as ‘Training Hub’)is a localised model for the planning and delivery of education and training for the health and social care workforce within the community. The model has been supported by Health Education England and rolled out across the country.
The CEPN is a localised model for the planning and delivery of education and training for the health and social care workforce within the community. The model has been pump prime funded through a Health Education England pilot initiative that has been rolled out in various parts of the country.
The leadership the TH CEPN has shown with regards to mental health has been outstanding. Over recent years the team have driven a huge programme of training and awareness raising across many health and care organisations and beyond with regards to mental health first aid and suicide awareness, not just in Tower Hamlets but across North East London. Thousands of people have been trained, and it is making a real difference’Richard Fradgley
CEPN Training Hub and team has continued to demonstrate its impact in delivering a system wide response to workforce development leading to an increased benefit to our staff and user experience. We have had great partnership work between the Council and CPEN that has enabled us to reach a wider audience and result in a better, informed and responsive workforce for the residents of Tower Hamlets. I look forward to our continued work together.Katie O'Driscoll
The Tower Hamlets CEPN has had the back of primary care since it’s inception. It is an innovative and responsive organisation that has met the educational needs of all staff that work in the community and consequently improving patient care. A prime example was the role CEPN played at the beginning of the Covid pandemic by supporting clinicians through regular webinars to improve clinical decision making.Simon Brownleader
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