• Continuing Professional Development

    Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activities within The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences are designed to equip health and social care professionals with the skills, knowledge and attributes to excel in current practice.

  • Under our specialist portfolio, we offer a number of CPD opportunities ranging from one-day masterclasses, workshops and short courses, to clinical and non-clinical academic pathways including undergraduate, post-graduate and doctoral level study. We also offer Specialist Healthcare Consultancy designed to meet the sustainability and transformational needs of the health and social care workforce.

    Our vision is to ensure all health and social care professionals are educated and developed within an environment of evidence-based practice, clinical competence and inter-professional working, whether you are aiming to develop your skills within a local, national or international context.

    Our flexible approach offers opportunities to study with us on a full time or part-time basis, with a view to support busy working professionals in achieving their future career aspirations.

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    Why professionals choose us for their healthcare CPD:

    • Benefit from the unique Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery partnership
    • Develop an understanding of evidence based practice and research through our Oxford Institute of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Research OXINMAHR
    • Opportunities to study in a vibrant and supportive academic environment
    • Gain nationally recognised accreditation through our awards and short courses
    • Learn from a variety of our highly skilled and experienced healthcare educators
    • Explore the student experience in studying at Oxford Brookes University and the benefits offered
    • Fantastic networking opportunities and engagement with likeminded healthcare professionals
    • Participate in a range of flexible programmes to accommodate work commitments and busy personal lifestyles
    • Access to expert consultancy in the analysis, evaluation and development of healthcare policy and practice