NHS eLearning Repository

find and share learning resources

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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Awareness of Forced Marriage

Fri, 2015-08-28 10:50 -- fatima.almeda

Approximately 8,000 to 10,000 forced marriages of British citizens take place every year. Forced marriage is now illegal and the first prosecutions have taken place.

This course has been developed with the Forced Marriage Unit of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Home Office. It aims to raise awareness, challenge perceptions and inform you of the correct actions to take should you suspect someone is at risk.

How Children Learn (and how adults can help) (MindEd)

Tue, 2015-08-18 13:31 -- fatima.almeda

This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and will provide an overview of social learning theory, and show how this approach can be used to explain how children learn. It will also describe how social learning theory can also be used to help shape children’s behaviours, and how developments in this approach can help adults to support their children with the learning process.

Hearing (MindEd)

Tue, 2015-08-18 13:25 -- fatima.almeda

This session is aimed at more experienced users and will look at the epidemiology of hearing loss and the impact it has on emotional behaviour. It will also cover the treatment and management of hearing impairment in school.

Health Communication with Young People: Setting the Scene (MindEd)

Tue, 2015-08-11 12:49 -- fatima.almeda

Young people, parents, and health professionals each enter any health consultation with their own agenda and preconceived ideas. These will have an impact on the communication that subsequently takes place. In this session we describe some of the attitudes, emotions and issues that may affect the consultation and suggest ways by which it is possible to influence these in order to achieve a more positive outcome.


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