The e-Audiology project is a collaboration between the Department of Health's National Audiology Programme and HEE e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH).
The Department of Health launched the National Audiology Programme in 2007, working with local health systems to apply the health reform mechanisms of better commissioning and pathway redesign, choice and competition, information and incentives to the design and delivery of their audiology services. There is now a greater focus on sustainability and transfer of good practice.
e-Audiology supports the National Audiology Programme by providing a training resource that encourages continuing professional development, helping those who work within audiology services to provide essential care for their patients.
The e-Audiology curriculum has three modules of e-learning designed to support assistant and associate audiologists, audiologists, GPs, GP practice staff, other healthcare professionals and volunteers across the NHS. Approximately 50 hours of online training is currently available.
You can register for access to e-Audiology by selecting the'How to access' link from the menu.