AIIHPC Palliative Hub

AIIHPC recently launched The Palliative Hub (, an online gateway to information and resources about palliative care which includes:

  • Palliative Hub – Children and Young People – website for parents and families of children and young people with life limiting conditions
  • Palliative Hub – Adult – website for people with life limiting conditions, their carers and family members
  • Palliative Hub – Learning Platform – an online learning environment including a number of free to access online learning programmes for professionals and the public
  • Palliative Hub – Professional – website providing resources for health and social care professionals, researchers and educators.



National Patient Safety Office

The NPSO provides access to training and information about the work of the National Patient Safety Office including the National Clinical Effectiveness Committee (NCEC).

The modules and instructional videos will be of particular value to persons planning or currently developing clinical guidelines or clinical audit for submission to the National Clinical Effectiveness Committee (NCEC). This is part of the NCEC’s overall approach towards capacity building and evidence-based healthcare. NPSO Learning Zone is available CLICK HERE

The target audience are healthcare professionals and all members of multidisciplinary teams who are considering or are already members of guideline development groups, national clinical audit governance committees, including patients and the public.

School for Change Agents

School for Change Agents is a 5 week online learning programme for change activists in health, social care and related sectors. It consists of five modules, handbook and study guides and is completely free. You can watch recording of the live webinars HERE

Module 1: Being a health and care agent: change starts with me

Module 2: From me to we: creating connections and building communities

Module 3: Rolling with resistance

Module 4: Making change happen

Module 5: Moving beyond the edge