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E-Learning definition
The design and integration of electronic technologies into the organisation to support all staff to actively engage in their development.

ULearn for BTUH

ULearn offers a range of online courses/training including for example:-

For BTUH Staff, contact Learning & Development to enrol. All courses available can be found on the Trust intranet courses calendar on the Education and Training page.

Elearning at PAH

PAH staff can access the Employee Self Service (ESR) and e-learning anywhere. Go to this page. You will need a Username and Password which can be set up from your current ESR accessible via ALEX home page, using the new Request Remote Internet Access menu. Once you have this, you are ready to log-in via ESR. Alternatively, Elearning modules are accessible via the Training Zone on ALEX, the Intranet. Please contact the Training Team for more details or phone them on ext. 3348 or 7635. Please note: you cannot request Remote Internet Access and to reset your password outside PAH network. This has to be done from a PAH PC.

Elearning at EPUT

For EPUT Staff, find further information and contacts here.

Freely available courses or documents on elearning

Courses Internet & IT Skills

Critical Appraisal Skills Programme: Checklists to help you appraise a systematic review or a randomised controlled trial.

Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards

E-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH). HEE e-LfH’s programmes cover subjects from audiology to anaesthesia, dentistry to dermatology, electronic fetal monitoring to end of life care, primary care to prescribing, safeguarding children to statutory and mandatory training. All content is nationally quality-assured and available 24/7. The online training sessions enhance traditional learning, support existing teaching methods and provide a valuable reference point. Available with your NHS OpenAthens account and/or personal E-LfH account. Guidance on how to access.

STEP e-learning modules on searching Module 1: Introduction to searching Module 2: Where do I start searching? Module 3: How do I start to develop a search strategy? Module 4: Too many results? How to narrow your search Module 5:  Too few results? How to broaden your search Module 6: Searching with subject headings Module 7: How to search the Healthcare Databases (HDAS)

Instant Anatomy: collection of diagrams and notes on anatomy.

JAMA Users' Guides to Evidence-Based Practice: guides describe the steps in finding, appraising and applying a wide range of medical evidence.

PeDRO Appraisal Tutorial: Short, basic tutorial in critical appraisal.

Safeguarding Children

Teaching Skills for Clinical Teachers: online course in clinical teaching, aimed primarily at doctors

Virtual Training Suite: Collection of excellent tutorials on searching the Internet. The tutorials include tours of selected relevant sites. The following tutorials are available:

Internet Detective

Internet for Allied Health

Internet for Health and Safety

Internet for Health and Social Care

Internet for Computer Science and Informatics

Internet for Nursing

Internet for Social Statistics

Internet Medicine

Internet Pharmacy

Internet Psychology

Internet Social Worker

Links to Resources  

NHS E-Learning Repository

RCPsych CPD online (for SEPT staff only with Athens password)


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