Learn With Nurses

Free webinars for the nursing team, short and snappy with easy ways to learn and remember the basics.

Learn With Nurses is a Community Interest Company.


Learn With Nurses is free webinar based training for ALL health care professionals, by nurses.


As nurses, we care for people, and their families, as an individual living with their health condition; and more often nowadays, multiple health conditions.

This means that no matter what area of nursing we work in; whether you are a student nurse, medical nurse, surgical nurse, community nurse, care home nurse, general practice nurse or specialist nurse, we need to have an understanding of all our patient’s needs and keep up to date with current practice around a variety of health conditions.


Supported by Smart Health Solutions, our bite sized sessions (30 – 40 minutes) answer the most common questions that nurses have, and provide knowledge of common health conditions that as nurses we need to understand and treat.

The sessions are delivered by highly specialist nurses and the presentation slides are made available to all nurses after the event along with a certificate of attendance for your portfolio.


Learn With Nurses webinar delivery times are varied to offer more flexibility. 

How to book:

Registering for Learn With Nurses is quick and easy via the new Learn with Nurses website, click here to browse and book webinars.

I really enjoyed this webinar – speaker explained in an easy to understand way the topic. Well presented slides and a very informative presentation.


I love these sessions! I find them so interesting and useful! Thank you so much.

Practice Nurse


Atrial Fibrillation

Blood Pressure




Dementia Prevention


Familial Hypercholesterolemia

Heart Attacks and Angina

Heart Failure

Mental Health and Long Term Conditions

NHS Health Checks

Postural Tachycardia Syndrome

Primary Care Priorities


Sexual Health

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