Assessment

e-ELCA 2.3 Assessment: Process (ESR)

The End of Life Care for All e-learning project (e-ELCA) delivers accessible, easily digestible e-learning materials in the four specific areas identified in the Department of Health's End of Life Care Strategy: assessment, advance care planning, communication skills and symptom management. This course describes the process of assessment, from the first meeting to review assessments.

e-ELCA 2.2 Assessment: Context (ESR)

The End of Life Care for All e-learning project (e-ELCA) delivers accessible, easily digestible e-learning materials in the four specific areas identified in the Department of Health's End of Life Care Strategy: assessment, advance care planning, communication skills and symptom management. This course describes assessment in a variety of contexts within end of life care, for patients and their carers.

e-ELCA 2.1 Assessment: Domains (ESR)

The End of Life Care for All e-learning project (e-ELCA) delivers accessible, easily digestible e-learning materials in the four specific areas identified in the Department of Health's End of Life Care Strategy: assessment, advance care planning, communication skills and symptom management. This course discusses the assesment of each domain (physical, psychological, social and occupational, and spiritual) within a holistic assessment framework in end of life care. It also includes consideration of culture and language in assessment.

e-ELCA 2.0 Assessment: Principles (ESR)

The End of Life Care for All e-learning project (e-ELCA) delivers accessible, easily digestible e-learning materials in the four specific areas identified in the Department of Health's End of Life Care Strategy: assessment, advance care planning, communication skills and symptom management. This course introduces the principles of assessment in the context of end of life care

BackCare - DSE Assessment

An elearning package for non clinical staff.

By the end of the course delegates will:

Be aware of current legislation relating to the use of Display Screen Equipment (DSE)
Have general awareness of common office related health problems
Be able to conduct your own workstation risk assessment
Identify appropriate steps and resources required following a risk assessment

Backcare DSE

An elearning package for non clinical staff on looking after their back when using a workstation

Living with Dementia Module 4 – Interventions Assessment

The programme consists of ten eLearning modules with assessments, which are aligned to the 17 key objectives of the National Dementia Strategy created for all staff involved in health and social care in older people services including primary, secondary and tertiary care pathways providers.• Module 1 – Dementia Awareness• Module 2 – Person-centred Care• Module 3 – Identifying Dementia• Module 4 – Interventions• Module 5 – Communication• Module 6 – Caring for Carers• Module 7 – Promoting Health and Healthy Living• Module 8 – Safeguarding vulnerable Adults • Module 9 – End of Life Care• Modul

Living with Dementia Module 1 - Dementia Awareness Assessment

The programme consists of ten eLearning modules with assessments, which are aligned to the 17 key objectives of the National Dementia Strategy created for all staff involved in health and social care in older people services including primary, secondary and tertiary care pathways providers.• Module 1 – Dementia Awareness• Module 2 – Person-centred Care• Module 3 – Identifying Dementia• Module 4 – Interventions• Module 5 – Communication• Module 6 – Caring for Carers• Module 7 – Promoting Health and Healthy Living• Module 8 – Safeguarding vulnerable Adults • Module 9 – End of Life Care• Modul

ENLIGHTENme

ENLIGHTENme is the College of Emergency Medicine's central strategy for e-learning.



The largest and most ambitious component of this e-learning strategy is the self assessment modules for ST1-6 training which will be delivered by e-Learning for Healthcare in partnership with the College.




Pre-operative assessments

Patient Information Resource: Before an operation you will be asked to do a pre-operative assessment. A lead nurse explains what this involves and how it helps to reduce any risks during your operation

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