Research & development
Our research and development agenda aims to ensure that all our courses are evaluated fully and many become part of a range of research projects. We capitalise on the clinical, educational, and research expertise of Maudsley Learning and our partners to ensure ongoing quality improvement for our courses.
Our quality assurance processes include routine evaluation of learning outcomes, professional development for our trainers, and central oversight of product development and delivery. As we create new courses and expand our portfolio we aim to meet the changing needs of our clients and new challenges in practice using the latest evidence-based educational methods. We value research and knowledge-sharing and will continue to contribute to the literature base on mental health education, addressing important research questions in this exciting field.We also aim to ensure that all new courses have an element of co-production with those with lived or shared experiences of the topics we teach. This can take many forms including advice and input, co-design, co-development and delivery. To find out more about our programmes please contact us for a conversation
Awards & Prizes
Health Services Journal Awards 2017. Highly Commended in the category of Improving Outcomes through Learning and Development.
Our research papers
Improving Interprofessional Attitudes Towards Mental and Physical Comorbidities: The Effectiveness of High Fidelity Simulation Training Versus Roleplay
Empowering healthcare professionals to return to work through simulation training: addressing psychosocial needs
Simulation training for Police and Ambulance Services: improving care for people with mental health needs
Student interprofessional mental health simulation (SIMHS): evaluating the impact on medical and nursing students, and clinical psychology trainees
Lessons Learned: Implementing UK-Developed Interprofessional Simulation Training Courses in a Canadian Setting
Managing medical emergencies in mental health settings using an interprofessional in-situ simulation training programme: A mixed methods evaluation study.
Beyond the clinical team: evaluating the human factors-oriented training of non- clinical professionals working in healthcare contexts
Developing the mental health workforce to meet the physical health needs of people with a serious mental illness
Using simulation-based training to improve health conversations by developing motivational interviewing in clinical support workers
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience
Maudsley Learning is proud to work in partnership with subject matter experts in SLaM and the IoPPN to create high quality products. We also work with other education and training providers to take our products to the world. If you would like to discuss partnering with us, we would love to have a conversation!
The fusion of Education and the Health Service is extremely exciting and now indeed essential; I am thrilled that St Mary’s is at the forefront of this. I am truly invigorated to disseminate many nuggets of wisdom and tangible strategies gained yesterday to my entire school community.
The knowledge and skills help children in many areas e.g. friendships, learning, attitude, dealing with problems at home and school. Skills will stay with them as they progress helping them to be reflective and emotionally resilient.
Information and Booking
Our ever-growing portfolio of courses includes clinical skills training, updates on latest research, and continuing professional development for mental health professionals.