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Training and Development

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We provide learning and development opportunities for all staff both professionally and personally. We recognise that continuing professional development and life-long learning are key to delivering high-quality patient care.

Elective Placements

An elective can provide an insight into a specialist area not offered by your course. It can help you gain extra experience/skills for your CV, for example, organising your own placement can demonstrate proactivity, planning or negotiation skills, making sure you develop useful employability skills during the placement itself, for example problem solving, flexibility and resourcefulness.

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International Nurses Welcome and Guidance Booklet

Mildmay has produced this booklet to assist staff coming from overseas with their orientation and adjustment to living and working in the UK.

Click on the image to download a PDF of the booklet.

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Mildmay is at the forefront of social work training and education

Mildmay’s social work team, headed up by Lead Social Worker, Beverly Nelson, supports vulnerable patients within our hospital. It offers patients wrap-around care that is respectful, inclusive, and considerate of all care and support needs. Mildmay’s social work team works with patients, their carers, family, and advocate to promote collaborative working, anti-oppressive and anti-discriminative practices.

Equality and diversity

We are committed to equality and diversity and believe that celebrating the diversity of our staff is essential to our success and enables us to meet the diverse needs of our patients, the communities we serve and our staff.

From the archive

A  nurse training certificate issued by Mildmay Hospital to Marjorie Gertrude Weeks at the conclusion of her nurse training in 1951.

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A  nurse training certificate issued by Mildmay Hospital to Marjorie Gertrude Weeks at the conclusion of her nurse training in 1951