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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The School Health Team (MindEd)

Fri, 2016-01-15 11:43 -- fatima.almeda

This session is aimed at a universal audience and will explore the key aspects of a Twenty-first century school health service, describing the multidisciplinary team involved in achieving optimum health for all school children aged between 5 and 12 years. It will contextualise the development of the school health team and its transition to modern day public health practice.

The Range of Creative and Symbolic Methods (MindEd)

Fri, 2016-01-15 11:40 -- fatima.almeda

This session is aimed at a specialist audience: trainee and practising counsellors. It introduces a range of evidence-based creative and symbolic methods that can be incorporated into therapeutic work with children and young people, describes how to work through metaphor, and discusses the strengths and weaknesses of different creative approaches.

The Parents' Context: Attachment and Parenting Sensitivity (MindEd)

Fri, 2016-01-15 11:22 -- fatima.almeda

This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and focuses on parental factors that impact on the parent-child relationship. The concept of attachment is explored, along with attunement and parental sensitivity (the way in which parents respond to the cues of their infants). The session explores some of the factors that may prevent a parent from responding sensitively to their infants and the implications of this for the child.

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