The eLearning Repository is an extensible 'search and discover platform' to support the discovery and sharing of eLearning objects and learning resources held both within the Repository and at external locations.This includes:
- A discovery platform specifically for learning materials
- A centralised repository of NHS eLearning assets and knowledge
- A channel for the eLearning, mobile learning and simulation communities to publicise and share their works
- An information product which allows the NHS community to shape and to contribute
- A catalogue of local content (CoLC)
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To address the issue of FGM, the Home Office has launched this free online training package. This course is useful for anyone who is interested in gaining an overview of FGM, particularly frontline staff in healthcare, police, border force and children’s social care.
e-Laser is a unique online learning resource that enables all treatment providers - doctors, nurses, therapists and other clinicians - to have 24/7 access to Core of knowledge training in the safe use of lasers and other forms of optocal radiation.
Every year a small number of women in the UK die in pregnancy or the puerperium. 50 years ago the main causes of maternal death were obstetric problems such as postpartum haemorrhage. Now, however, the main causes of maternal death are medical complications rather than obstetric and include cardiac problems, neurological disease, sepsis and thromboembolism (CMACE 2011). In this most recent report, substandard care was identified as a contributor in many cases.
The project covers the theoretical knowledge required prior to undertaking hands-on training in basic echo and lung ultrasound in intensive care. This includes the physics of ultrasound, anatomy and basic views, left and right ventricular function, life-threatening pathologies, basic lung ultrasound and some of the limitations and pitfalls that may be encountered. The intended audience is intensive care and acute medicine doctors, anaesthetists and clinicians interested in assessment of the critically ill patient.
Welcome to the medicines management self-review module for Nurses
This module has been developed to support nurses seeking to review their practice for the administration of medicines. There is much more to this topic than is covered in the contents of this module so nurses are advised to use this package as the first step in identifying where to concentrate future study.
This package contains two main sections;