School for Health and Care Radicals
Rock the boat and stay in it!
Anyone who wants to bring about change has to be ready to break
the rules. But in health and social care, that can be really
difficult. The art of rocking the boat while staying in it is
something it seems no-one is ready to help you learn.
That's where the School for Health and Care Radicals (SHCR)
comes in. Brought to you by NHS Improving Quality, the School
is entirely based online, is completely free, is backed by the
world's largest health organisation: the UK's National Health
Service (NHS), and is a platform for radicals to learn together,
using powerful, guided learning which also qualifies for Continuing
Professional Development points*.
The School for Health and Care Radicals is a free, five-week
virtual learning programme for change activists in health and
- Five modules
- Absolutely free
- 14.30-16.00 GMT on Thursdays via an online webinar (all
recorded and available on the school resources page)
- Handbook and study guides
- Social Guided Learning
- Use it how you want!
If you've been frustrated by having to navigate stifling
hierarchies to get the changes you know are needed, or
criticised for being a dissenter, disruptive or even divisive, then
the School for Health and Care Radicals is for
you. It's more than just a school - it's a platform for
learning, and a community of people like you. You can read more
about the School on our FAQs page.
for the school and get further information at the school
webpage. Registration will take you no more than five
minutes and is open now!
*CPD points accredited by the NHS in England. We can provide
evidence to support accreditation elsewhere
Infographic from the School for Health and Care