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E-learning Opportunities

See below for various E-learning opportunities across the South East.

Find out more using the links below.

New: Respiratory Surge in Children programme.

The Respiratory Surge in Children programme is a digital repository of training resources for self-directed learning, as well as for trainers and educators, to support the cross-skilling of the workforce to increase capacity and enhance capability in response to the expected and experienced increase in prevalence of respiratory illnesses in children.

The programme presents e-Learning as a mix of short videos, narrated

presentations, PDFs and links to blogs and webinars. The Respiratory Surge in Children programme is now available here.

Recognising and Managing Deterioration e-Learning: a programme for all health and social care professionals.

The Recognising and Managing Deterioration programme is an e-Learning resource offered at two levels, universal and advanced, to reflect the participant’s experience and clinical setting. This resource builds upon the use of the NEWS2 tool assisting learners to take the next steps in the assessment process using the ABCDE assessment tool. This resource follows each step of the tool allowing participants to revise their anatomy and physiology, develop their skills and knowledge in the assessment process to recognise deterioration and manage the findings within the scope of their clinical role.  The Recognising and Managing Deterioration e-Learning content is suitable for wide range of roles ranging from nursing teams, AHPs and paramedics, through to students, healthcare support workers, and theatre assistants to name a few. 

Access the training here.

Supporting Unpaid Carers: a free online resource for all carers.

HEE e-Learning for healthcare (e-LfH) with Carers UK and Agylia Care developed an open access, online resource for unpaid carers. Bitesize eLearning sessions include information on the stages of caring, and how to look after yourself as an unpaid carer. Specialist resources on topics such as infection prevention and end of life care require registration, but they are also free to access. 

The resource is aimed at people who provide unpaid care to family members, friends, neighbours, people in their communities or anyone who needs caring for. 

Access the training here.

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