November 2014 - e-Learning for Healthcare
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ACUMEN – prospective authors for 2015

Posted on: November 28th, 2014 by admin No Comments

ACUMEN is now looking for prospective authors for 2015. We hope to produce content focusing on the following topics;

Rash, hepatosplenomegaly, bruising, haematuria, head injury, polydipsia, polyuria, pruritus, abnormal Sensations, visual disturbance, weight loss, swallowing difficulties, medical problems in pregnancy, alcohol and substance dependence, aggressive / disturbed behaviour, delirium including substance abuse, dementia, the unconscious patient, abdominal pain, suicide/para-suicide, dysuria including sexual health, involuntary movement

If you are interested in producing content for ACUMEN under any of the above listed topics, then please send an email to mark.millar@e-lfh.org.uk stating your name, current role and the topics to which you wish to contribute. Expressions of interest should be received by us no later than Friday 19th December 2014.

More New Content for ACUMEN!

Posted on: November 27th, 2014 by admin No Comments

ACUMEN continues to expand its coverage of the acute medicine curriculum, and now has more that 275 scenarios and knowledge sessions available toy support your learning.

We have recently added a significant amount of new content covering topics such as medical problems in pregnancy, rash, acute confusion, poisoning, fever, oncology, interventional radiology, anaphylaxis, haematemisis & melaena, pericarditis, joint swelling, spontaneous bleeding and dyspepsia.

If you haven’t visited ACUMEN in a while, now is the time to take a look at what’s new and expand your knowledge of the many topics that are covered.

Gold for e-LfH

Posted on: November 6th, 2014 by admin No Comments

e-LfH scoops the Gold Award for the ‘Best e-learning project – public sector’ at the 2014 e-Learning Age awards. The judges “were particularly impressed by the consistent approach to stakeholder engagement, the options for scaling, the variety of learning interventions, and the focus on evaluating the impact on behaviour and marketing. The programme meets different learning styles and abilities for a workforce that requires just-in-time learning and has limited flexibility to train without affecting 24/7 care. Working with thousands of clinical subject matter experts and myriad stakeholders, e-LfH is now recognised throughout the world for its vision, scope and skills, and its achievements in transforming UK healthcare training and patient care.”

e-LfH is a Health Education England Programme in partnership with the NHS and Professional Bodies