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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Your very good health

Thu, 2010-02-18 12:52 -- Anonymous (not verified)

Patient Information Resource: The National Health Service was one of the major achievements of Clement Attlee's Labour government. This short animation from 1948 showed the public how the main services would affect an ordinary family


Thu, 2010-02-18 11:30 -- Anonymous (not verified)

Patient Information Resource: Advice on the importance of discussion before choosing a caesarian, the recovery period, and turning the birth into a positive experience. A video by Stockport NHS Foundation Trust


Thu, 2010-02-18 10:30 -- Anonymous (not verified)

Patient Information Resource: People often aren't sure how to behave when they see someone with a disfigurement. Leo Gormley, who was burned in a fire, and the family of Nev Thompson, 5, who has Apert's syndrome, a disfiguring condition, share their views

Young carers

Wed, 2010-02-17 15:51 -- Anonymous (not verified)

Patient Information Resource: Two young carers talk about the reality of going to school and caring for their parents, and the support they've had from the Young Carers projects

Head lice and nits

Wed, 2010-02-17 15:16 -- Anonymous (not verified)

Head lice are tiny insects that live in hair. Nits are the empty egg cases attached to hair that head lice hatch from.

Head lice are a common problem, particularly in school children aged 4-11.

They're largely harmless, but can live in the hair for a long time if not treated and can be irritating and frustrating to deal with.

This page covers:

Spotting head lice

Getting rid of head lice and nits

How you get head lice



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