A fast, easy and free way to learn medical words and their meaning. Available on the Des Moines University website.
This is a Department of Health initiative which will give access to a range of e-learning material, specifically to support induction and statutory and mandatory training.
Learnbloodtransfusion is an interactive eLearning resource developed by the Better Blood Transfusion Continuing Education Programme. The materials cover a wide range of transfusion related topics, including safe transfusion practice, blood components and good manufacturing practice.
Nationally endorsed course on the safe use of insulin, designed for all Health Professionals who need to administer insulin for patients with diabetes.
E-Learning for Healthcare is part of the NHS and work with professional bodies to produce clinical and non-clinical packages. The E-learning material can be accessed via the National Learning Management System (NLMS), with reports accessed by administrators. The long term plan is for all E-learning packages to be available via the Oracle Learning Management (OLM) National Learning Management System. All E-learning packages are free to NHS Trusts, they are funded by the Strategic Health Authorities and the Department of Health.
E-Learning resources covering chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear incidents. Includes a session for incident management.
Microsoft Office elearning – See separate web page.
E-Learning resources designed for health care professionals and managers. The content covers prescribing, therapeutics & medicines management. The philosophy of this site is ‘bite sized chunks’ – small amounts of the best of the summarised evidence and information on topics you are likely to need because you encounter those conditions or situations often. To supplement your knowledge you can also listen to recorded workshops, read text, test your knowledge and join in discussions.
- Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme CEMT21: Condensed Education Module for Trisomy 21 (Down’s Syndrome) – http://fetalanomaly.screening.nhs.uk/CEMT21/index.html
- Health Knowledge Screening Module http://www.healthknowledge.org.uk/interactive-learning/screening
- Newborn and Infant Physical Examination Screening Programme – http://newbornphysical.screening.nhs.uk/cmslogin.php?redirect=%2Fcms.php%3Ffolder%3D2502
- Screening Choices – http://cpd.screening.nhs.uk/choicestoolbox/web_nsc.html
- The 18+0 to 20+6 week fetal anomaly screening scan – http://fetalanomaly.screening.nhs.uk/fetalanomalyresource
- What is screening? The basics of screening explained – http://www.screening.nhs.uk/screening
The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) is an independent charity, funded by the Department of Health. It’s role to identify and spread knowledge about good practice to the social care workforce and support the delivery of transformed, personalised social care services. SCIE has developed a series of freely accessible e-learning modules covering aspects of social care and dementia.
A list of nationally provided E-learning, which is available free to all NHS Trusts, is available. Download the E-learning Resources Handout – May 2013