Introduction to Health and Justice Careers - elearning for healthcare
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This programme is in partnership with...
  • NHS England and NHS Improvement

Available on the Learning Hub

This programme has moved to the NHS Learning Hub. We recommend you read the information on this webpage to find out more about the programme before you access the learning (

More information about the Learning Hub and the migration of elfh programmes can be found here.

About the programme

This elearning session is designed to provide a basic overview of the services commissioned by NHS England, Health and Justice, and the career options within these services. This includes services that provide healthcare within the criminal justice system, immigration removal centres, sexual assault referral centres and also healthcare within the children and young people’s secure estate.

The session was co-developed with expert stakeholders and is designed to explain and promote the unique working environments and career opportunities available within health and justice commissioned services, and to give the learner a flavour of what to expect should they choose a career within one of these services.

By the end of this elearning session the learner should be able to:

  • understand the services commissioned by Health and Justice and how they support their respective client/patient groups
  • understand the range of roles within each type of service
  • understand where to go to find out more information about these services and role opportunities
  • reflect on personal career options and opportunities
  • reflect on personal knowledge, skills and development needs

More information

The development of this session forms part of the NHS England, Health and Justice, ‘Inclusive Workforce Programme.’ The aim of this session is ‘To improve the recruitment and retention of a larger, more diverse, inclusive and representative workforce for all health and justice services and programmes.’
For more information about the ‘Inclusive Workforce Programme’, please visit NHS commissioning » The health and justice inclusive workforce programme (

Meet the team

  • Neisha Betts – Programme Manager, Health and Justice national team, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Jake Hatcher-Steele – Long Term Plan Project Officer, Health and Justice National Team, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Wisa Garmourdi – Senior Commissioning Manager, Health and Justice, South East, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Andi Blackmore – Programme Manager, HEE elearning for healthcare
  • Laura Pope – Project Manager, HEE elearning for healthcare
  • Charlotte Howell – Learning Designer, HEE elearning for healthcare
  • Stephen Gibbons – Lead Learning Designer, HEE elearning for healthcare
  • Scott Tyrell – Animator, HEE elearning for healthcare
  • Naomi Knight – Graphic Designer, HEE elearning for healthcare
  • Louise Garrahan – Communications and Stakeholder Officer, HEE elearning for healthcare


Thank you to those Health & Justice stakeholders that kindly took part in the kick-off workshop that helped to shape the content and design for this e-session. This includes:

  • Suzanne Nunn – Long Term Plan Projects Officer,  NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • David Dawson – Workforce Development Lead Thames Valley, Practice Plus Group
  • Paula Harriott – Head of Prisoner Engagement, Prison Reform Trust
  • Fiona Grossick – National Clinical Quality Lead for Health & Justice, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Dawn Hackman – General Nurse, Quality Team, Spectrum Community Health CIC
  • Kristian Lane – Lead Nurse for Health and Justice, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL)
  • Kirsty McArthur – Business Manager, Spectrum Community Health CIC
  • Sunita Arjune – Kent Prisons Service Manager, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
  • Maggie Wood – Director of Nursing & Quality, Practice Plus Group
  • Sarah Vallis – Communications and Engagement Officer Health & Justice, Armed Forces and Sexual Assault Services, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Emma Wilton – Workforce Education Transformation System Lead, South East
  • Denise Redford – Workforce Education Transformation Support Manager, South East
  • Madhu Meshram – Workforce Education Transformation Manager – Place Based, Workforce Transformation Directorate, South East

How to access

To access this elfh programme, you will require a Learning Hub account. If you do not have one, then you can register by selecting the Register button below. Note that if you hold a full elfh account, you can sign into the Learning Hub using your existing login credentials.


To view the Introduction to Health and Justice Careers programme, select the View button below. If you already have a Learning Hub account, you will also be able to login and access the resources within the programme.


NHS healthcare staff in England – ESR

The Introduction to Health and Justice Careers programme is also available to NHS healthcare staff via the Electronic Staff Record (ESR). Accessing this e-learning via ESR means that your completions will transfer with you throughout your NHS career.
Further details are available here.

Not an NHS organisation?

If you are not an NHS health or care organisation and therefore do not qualify for free access to the Learning Hub, you may be able to access the service if you have an existing OpenAthens account. Please go to Learning Hub and sign in with your existing credentials.

If you do not have an existing OpenAthens account, please contact elfh directly to check whether you may be eligible for access.

Registering large numbers of users

If you are a HR, IT or Practice Manager and would like to register and enrol large numbers of staff within your organisation for access onto the Introduction to Health and Justice Careers programme, please contact elfh directly.

Organisations wishing to use their own LMS

For HR departments wanting to know more about gaining access to courses using an existing Learning Management System please contact elfh directly to express interest.

More information

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