We’ve previously blogged about the many Health Education England e-Learning for healthcare programmes NHS Healthcare professionals are able to access for free.
In this blog post we’re focusing on the Literature Searching e-Learning programme.
The Literature Searching e-Learning programme contains a number of modules, each of which are designed to help the healthcare workforce build confidence to search published literature for evidence relevant to their work, study & research. Each of the modules should take no more than 20 minutes to complete and can be ‘dipped into’ for reference, or completed to obtain a certificate.
You can access Health Education England e-Learning for healthcare programmes with your NHS OpenAthens account. More information can be found in this blog post.
The current modules in the e-Learning programme are:
Building the foundations
Three modules to enable users to assess their current level of skill in literature searching, find out more about the resources available and how to get started with planning a search.
Developing the skills
Three modules to enable users to narrow/broaden their searches and use subject headings to find more relevant articles in less time.
Applying the skills
‘e-Learning for Healthcare (or e-LfH for short) is a Health Education England Programme working in partnership with the NHS and professional bodies to support patient care by providing e-learning to educate and train the health and social care workforce’ (http://www.e-lfh.org.uk/about/ accessed 30/05/17).
The e-Lfh hub hosts a wide range of e-Learning programmes, from the Care Certificate to Management and Leadership skills. A full list of programmes can be found here.
Before you can access any of the programmes you will need to register/log in. You can do this by clicking the purple button in the top right hand corner of the e-Lfh page or by clicking this link to the e-Lfh portal.Once the e-Lfh portal loads choose ‘sign in with OpenAthens’.
You will then be prompted to sign in with your OpenAthens account details (if you’re not yet registered with OpenAthens you can register for free here).If you’re accessing e-Lfh for the first time using your OpenAthens account the ‘linking your e-Lfh’ page should be displayed.
If you already have an e-Lfh account enter your current log in details in the relevant boxes on the left, and click ‘find your account’ to link your OpenAthens account.
If you don’t have an e-Lfh account choose the ‘proceed to next step’ option on the right, you will then be prompted to enter your email address (as registered with OpenAthens). Once you’ve done this click ‘create account’. Your account should now be linked😀.
Now you’re account is linked and you’re logged in you should see your personal dashboard displayed, which should look something like this ⬇️.
The ‘My e-Learning’ tab shows the programmes which you have enrolled into. To enroll into other learning programmes click on the ‘view full catalogue’ option. This will then bring up a full list of learning programmes.
To enroll in any of the training programmes listed, click on the programme name (you may need to do this twice) then press ‘enrol’ & ‘continue with enrolment’
The new training programme should now show up in your account dashboard. You should now be able to play/access the assigned training programmes from here.
If you’d like any further help accessing e-Learning for Healthcare please ask a member of library staff who will be happy to help with any queries you may have 😀
Thank you to The Christie Library and Knowledge Service for putting together this informative post on e-Learning for Healthcare.
If you’re not yet registered with NHS OpenAthens you can register for free here. You can find out more about the benefits of OpenAthens in this blog post.
eLearning resources now available with your OpenAthens account!
All OpenAthens account holders now have access to a large set of elearning resources from Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH).
This organisation works in partnership with the NHS and professional bodies to support patient care by providing e-learning to educate and train the health and social care workforce.
All content is nationally quality-assured and available for free, 24/7.
The online training sessions enhance traditional learning, support existing teaching methods and provide a valuable reference point.
HEE e-LfH has added the e-LfH Hub and its thousands of e-learning sessions to the list of OpenAthens resources to make it easier to access them.
You can find the new content by going to https://openathens.nice.org.uk/Auth/Login. Log in with your OpenAthens username and password, and click on My Resources in the menu on the left hand side.
via e-Learning For Healthcare now free for OpenAthens users — The Christie Library and Knowledge Service Blog
Did you know that as an NHS Healthcare professional you can access a wide range of free e-learning programmes? Health Education England e-Learning for healthcare have a wide range of medical and healthcare training resources from emergency medicine to mental health awareness. The full range of programmes can be found here.
In today’s blog we wanted to focus on one of the newer e-learning resources, NICE Guidance – Evidence into Practice which has been developed for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), in conjunction with Leeds and St George’s Medical Schools & is delivered in partnership with Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare.
Designed to help to improve the understanding & enhance the implementation of NICE Guidelines. This interactive resource contains eight sessions of e-learning, covering the following topics:
- Evidence-based medicine
- Principles of decision making in healthcare
- Changing clinical practice
- Audit and feedback
This e-learning will help users to:
- Follow the guidance for evidence-based medicine
- Make decisions in an evidence-based & fair way
- Understand, identify & overcome barriers to change
- Conduct an audit & provide feedback
- Plan & record learning (which may help you to meet your CPD/CME needs)
This resource can be accessed through e-Learning via ESR.
(Information sourced from http://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/nice/ – accessed 17/01/17)