About This Course
This programme brings together quality-assured content from Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare, NHS England and NHS Improvement, and the World Health Organization (WHO).
The programme is suitable for doctors, nurses, consultants, healthcare assistants, midwives and other allied healthcare professionals, including those who are returning to the workforce to help during the current crisis.
You can access the content online – enabling you to refresh and extend your knowledge on critical themes.
You can access the content online – Follow the below steps:
- Fill the form – Click here
- You will receive the course account activation link
- User id and temporary password will be emailed to you with in 1 to 2 days
- You can login and access the course.
High-quality content developed by Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare
Suitable for all health and social care professionals
- Final Year MBBS Medical Students
- Nurses, Midwives and Allied Healthcare Professionals (AHPs)
- Pharmacy Staff
- Support Workers
- Diagnostic Radiographers
Essential Guidance from the NHS, UK Government, WHO and the British Medical Journal (BMJ), including:
1) best practice overview from the BMJ 2) resources from the medical royal colleges and other professional bodies 3) hand-washing guidelines and public guidance from the NHS 4) information and guidance on emerging respiratory viruses from the WHO a critical care severe acute respiratory infection course
Personal Protective Equipment
1) donning, removal and disposal (including videos) 2) infection prevention and control
Critical Care and Ward-Based Equipment Guides
1) ventilator introductory guidelines and manuals 2) pumps 3) point of care test equipment 4) basic observation and monitoring equipment 5) suction units
Resources for Staff Working in Critical Care and Acute Hospital Settings
Resources for Primary Care and Community Settings
1) telephone and video consulting 2) general practitioners 3) resources for paramedics 4) supporting patient mental health for the whole workforce 5) safety netting for cancer patients during the COVID-19 pandemic
Resources for Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Settings
Resources for Nurses and Allied Healthcare Professionals Returning to Work, Being Redeployed or Upskilled
1) includes statutory and mandatory training 2) includes resources for health and care staff in care home settings
Resources to Support Staff with Difficult Conversations and End of Life Care
Resources for Specific Professions:
1) pharmacy staff 2) diagnostic radiographers 3) health and social care support workers 4) volunteers supporting health and social care 5) cabin crew supporting delivering of direct patient care 6) psychologists