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first_img Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. News in briefOn 1 Nov 2003 in Clinical governance, Personnel Today Thismonth’s e-leaning mews in briefUKeUniversities has launched a new BSc third-year top-up degree in HealthSciences developed by the UK Healthcare Education Partnership (UKHEP), aconsortium made up of City University, London, the University of Leicester, theRoyal College of Nursing and the University of Ulster. The first modules willcover areas such as clinical governance and user and carer involvement. Both BAand MA courses will be available.  www.ukeu.comInspiredAge is a new venture led by Nigel Howarth, former vice-president of globalmarketing for NETg. Its four key areas are learning, marketing, performancedevelopment and publishing. Inspired Age will offer complete solutions andsingle branded solutions from each area, which will include blended ande-learning strategies under the brand Learning Age.  www.inspiredage.comCoursefinderis a new training resource and administration system from the Institute of ITTraining (IITT) that allows organisations to source and organise their trainingneeds from a single point. The system, which is accessed online, holds detailsof more than 1,800 IT and 800 management courses available at discounted rates,and it plans to extend the portfolio into areas such as finance, soft skillsand health and safety. read more