e-LfH is a Health Education England Programme in partnership with the NHS and Professional Bodies. Before trying to complete an online programme, please register with the site. You will need your NHS email address and will need to choose the most appropriate role from the drop down list. The list is predominatly for secondary care, but the resource is aimed at primary care too.
Please note that you will need to complete any module once you have started it - it will not save any work if you leave the module midway through.
End of Life Care
Health Education England (HEE) has developed a range of free, high quality eLearning modules on end-of-life care: http://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/end-of-life-care/
If you’d like advice about making this eLearning more available to staff in your organisation, please contact your local eLearning lead or Jaz Bance, Lead for Technology Enhanced Learning, HEE (South) – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wessex Palliative Care Handbook is a pocket-sized resource for management of common problems in palliative care. Aimed at GPs, community nurses, and doctors in training as well as specialist palliative care teams, it is now available in e-book format for use on Apple and Android mobile devices, as well as via an interactive pdf – download the ebook (to a device with an epub reader) or view the pdf here.
Again, if you' d like assistance to help your staff make use of this, contact Jaz - email@example.com Jaz is also the contact if you have any problems logging onto this website.
Support staff make up nearly a third of our nation’s healthcare workforce. The National Skills Academy for Health works with employers to ensure this vital sector of the workforce gets the training they need to do the job they love, creating and maintaining the high quality health service we all want
The RCGP's elearning website containing courses and updates for general practice.
Primary Care Commissioning E-learning website includes a number of courses and updates for practice staff