Curiate: A new learning platform

Curiate is a new online learning platform brought to you by Innervate Ltd. in partnership with the Skills Network. Curiate is launching with a range of ready-made online short courses to help with your Continuing Professional Development (CPD). We have plans to create new courses as the platform grows.

All of Curiate’s short bite-sized CPD courses are interactive and engaging, and take an average of two hours to complete. All courses are auto-marked, meaning that feedback is instant, and a CPD certificate is issued to you on completion of all courses.

Existing users can find the site at: To sign up and browse some of the courses we offer, click the button below.

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Healthcare events

We have worked in healthcare event creation and management since 2001. Our work includes working with healthcare professionals and organisations, suggesting content and developing an engaging agenda and structure of an event. We look at different ways to bring people together and enable networking. Our work is primarily focused on supporting the education of health professionals across primary, secondary and community care. The aim of our involvement it to always give consideration to content that will support the relationship between professionals and the general public. 

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Education & Communication

Our work in healthcare and medical education has lead us to create various visual aids and multimedia tools designed to support communication between the general public and healthcare professionals. You will find more details and examples of our work on our website, which includes our public health tool, to support healthy eating, the Mealwheel, and our significant interest in supporting quality of life (QoL), via the development of the QoL monitoring tool, Lifepsychol.

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Organisations and Networks

Innervate has worked in partnership with healthcare professionals and patient groups since 2001, stimulating the development of various educational initiatives to support their work with people living with long term and life-threatening chronic conditions. Through our ‘Secretariat Services’ our work has lead us to support the establishment and run of different organisations with the aim of closing a gap in education provision and support. You will find examples of our work with various organisations and networks on our website. If you would like out assistance we can work with you to identify where there may be gaps in medical and healthcare education provision and help you to fill that gap through offering creative input. 

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Connect with us today

Our mission, as you will read in the “About” page is to stimulate connections that lead to the creation & sharing of respected & trusted resources, to support people through challenging times.

Based in South East London, our work can connects us with people and organisations across the UK, virtually and physically. If you would like to learn more about our work, please fo have a look through our website. If you’d like to a member of the team, then you will be can get in touch from here.

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We are delighted to be highlighting the following organisations who we work in partnership with. To find out more about any of these organisations please click on any of the blocks below..

Latest from our partners

In this section we are highlighting some of the work we do with our partners. With Lifestyle Medicine week, #LMWeek, at the end of May early June, we’re sharing with this short video, created to offer the public and health professionals a perspective on why engaging children and helping them to appreciate the significant of lifestyle, is so important.  

Plus you will also find details of the upcoming Movement and the Mind Conference. Founded by Dr Lucy Loveday, Movement & the Mind is a story of lived experience, and the shared knowledge that movement in nature connects the mind, body and planet in unparalleled ways. Find out more by clicking on the banner or by visiting 

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Fabulous to see this in print! @NEuRoMSproject Cognitive assessment in multiple sclerosis clinical care: A qualitative evaluation of stakeholder perceptions and preferences

Can any of my physio friends and ex-colleagues out there help/share? Imagine you’re a student excited about going out onto placement and there isn’t enough to go round! We are looking at alternative models so even if you can support a student for part of the week please DM me?

Today, on National ICU Rehabilitation Day, we have launched a campaign #RehabIsCritical Campaign partners: @ICS_updates @FICMnews @csp @BPSOfficial @RCSLT @RCOT
@BDA_Dieticians @BACCNUK
Please RT @Resus2Runner @LifeBoatGeek @just_TUX @Peter_Julian @MichaelRosenYes

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Our 2021 Call for Abstracts is now open! Submit your poster presentation abstracts which demonstrate the value of #lifestylemedicine in clinical practice. Deadline: May 21.

We’re pleased to announce the second of our monthly member webinars covering key #lifestylemedicine topics.

Join us on June 3rdat 7pm with Aria Campbell-Danesh on #behaviourchange and Charlotte Marriott on #mentalhealth

We are so excited that Professor Roy Taylor, creator of the Newcastle University Magnetic Resonance Centre, will be speaking at our annual conference!

Purchase your tickets now to make the most of our Early Bird Tickets

We're 10 today! We'd like to thank our partners who share our vision and have helped us progress self care: @NAPC_NHS @PiFonline @expertselfcare @PAGBselfcare @rhianlast @theRCN @ECG_MK @Bedminsterpharm @WendyJNicholson @JamieWaterall @MrsBosanquet @HelenDon_RCN @JamesCSanderson

1/8 Read our response to the recent analysis of the #lifestylemedicine movement in @BJGPjournal from BSLM learning academy director @ellenfallows … …

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Rehabilitation capability six is now on Rehabilitation Matters and it is shown in the attached MindMap. If you read the page, you will see that I changed it as I wrote it to emphasise "creating a rehabilitation environment around the patient"

Researchers at Glasgow Caledonia University are exploring Health Care Professionals' experience of physical activity promotion after stroke in hospital settings across the UK. Give your experiences by completing their survey.

The Perceptual disorders after stroke Intervention Evidence Review (PIONEER) project includes reviewing evidence for interventions for vision, hearing, taste, smell and touch. For project updates please subscribe to receive project blogs at

Fabulous to see this in print! @NEuRoMSproject Cognitive assessment in multiple sclerosis clinical care: A qualitative evaluation of stakeholder perceptions and preferences

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It was great to hear the thoughts of @alysonschafer thx to @OntSocAdlerPsyc on how an #Adlerian approach supports parents & children live through times of emotional discomfort/distress. May I invite you to share your thinking @alysonschafer via my @InnervateLtd @Commtherapy work?

If you agree with this, pls retweet so we can bring it to the attention of as many organisations/businesses as possible. 🙏 @upbeatlife @NeuroProActive @KMiddletonCSP @SHazzard @thecsp @theRCOT @RCSLT @AHPWorkforce @AHPLeader @AHPFederation @Mental_Elf @mentalhealth @acamh

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On this page are various products that Innervate have either created or we use as part of the work we do. 


JOIN-UP, which we are in the midst of building and is to be launched later this year, is being piloted through the creation of epilepsy Quality of Life (eQOL). eQOL has been developed as part of our work for the Primary care and Community Neurology (P-CNS) in partnership with Base 8 Innovations and Nutricia, and forms part of a larger project, Join Up, which we will be launching later this year.

For close to 20 years, Innervate has stimulated and supported partnerships between healthcare professionals and patients. Our focus continues to be on optimising quality of life, as highlighted by our latest resource, eQOL (epilepsy Quality of Life).

If you wish to learn more about eQOL and help us support all the great work which epilepsy charities around the world are doing to offer hope for people and families living with epilepsy, then click here to ‘join-up’ today.