London Centre for Nanotechnology Research Groups


Training and Development

Building teams with the essential interdisciplinary skills

To determine which training and development opportunities are needed, we invite you to take our short training needs assessment

Access the training needs assessment here

We aim to grow skills, capacity, knowledge sharing, and entrepreneurship in digital health for AMR. Over the next three years, we will be providing opportunities to deliver a hybrid learning approach, combining in-person lectures, workshops, and seminars with digital learning tools to ensure learning and development reach the widest pool of participants. To do this, we will be utilising the interdisciplinary world-leading expertise of our Co-Is to provide a central platform for learning available to all hub partners. Some learning and development opportunities we will be providing over the next three years include:

  • Skills, capacity, knowledge sharing, and entrepreneurship opportunities
  • Lectures, workshops, and seminars for academia, NHS, UKHSA, government, industry, and charities
  • Flexible Training Fund 
  • Cross-sector Secondments
  • Career development and mentoring
  • Affiliated Master’s projects 

In addition to this, some of the key topics we will be exploring include:

  • AMR challenges
  • National and international surveillance platforms and data handling
  • Digital technologies for human health and public health, including digital inequalities
  • Diagnostics - sequencing and rapid tests
  • NHS data governance, TREs, security, privacy, ethics, regulation
  • Implementation science and change management in health and social care
  • Advanced machine learning
  • Data visualisation
  • AMR patient public engagement and communications

More training and development opportunities can be found via our Training Observatory

Visit our training observatory