Mandatory LD and autism training: what nurses can expect
Oliver McGowan programme aims to cut health inequalities and prevent avoidable deaths by educating everyone in the healthcare team
Oliver McGowan programme aims to address health inequalities and prevent avoidable deaths by educating everyone in the healthcare team
All health and care staff in England are receiving training on supporting people with learning disabilities, and autistic people.
The Oliver McGowan Mandatory Training programme , run by Health Education England (HEE), is designed to provide staff with the knowledge and skills to make reasonable adjustments as well as challenge their preconceptions of learning disabilities and autism.
Which staff will receive the training?
Everyone who is involved in providing health and care services in England – including administration and support staff.
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