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New e-learning available for paramedics

Alex Drinkall, 22 July 2020

In addition to 13 existing e-learning modules for paramedics, Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) and the College of Paramedics have launched a new module on the management of burns.

Comprised of interactive learning experiences that are accessible on different mobile devices, each module has been created by subject matter experts as a series of 15-minute sessions.

Management of Burns for Paramedics – new module

Did you know that approximately 250,000 people in the UK suffer a burn injury each year, resulting in approximately 187,500 people requiring emergency care? The actions of paramedics can make a key difference to outcomes for burn patients.

Created by a leading paramedic and burn specialist nurse for the College of Paramedics, this e-learning is aimed at emergency care workers dealing with burn injuries in a prehospital setting.

By completing the module, you will achieve greater understanding of the pathophysiology, assessment and immediate management of burn injuries and contribute to your Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

Existing modules in the paramedics’ programme includes:

* Supporting Paramedics Practice during COVID-19

* Clinical Decision Making for Paramedics

* Mental Health for Paramedics

* Pain Management for Paramedics

* Urgent Care for Paramedics – Injuries

* Urgent Care for Paramedics – Illness

If you wish to access the e-learning programme, please select this link.


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