New elearning sessions in the Emergency Medicine programme are available – elearning for healthcare
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New elearning sessions in the Emergency Medicine programme are available

Rachel Gowland, 24 May 2021
Emergency Medicine

Health Education England elearning for healthcare (HEE elfh) worked in partnership with the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) to update the Emergency Medicine Leaders (EMLeaders) module, adding new elearning sessions aimed at developing leadership skills and knowledge in trainee doctors primarily, although colleagues across the emergency department workforce may find the sessions useful.

The EMLeaders module is part of the wider Emergency Medicine (EMD) elearning programme.

About the elearning

Prior to accessing the new elearning sessions, learners are advised to complete 3 core elearning sessions, based on the fundamentals of emergency medicine leadership. These essential sessions include Leading Self, Leading People and Leading Systems.

Aligned to the Royal College of Emergency Medicine’s competency-based framework for trainees, the new elearning sessions build on the core sessions and cover a range of topics.

  • Leading Culture
  • Leading Service
  • Leading Strategy
  • Leading People
  • Leading Quality
  • Leading Change

These elearning sessions take approximately 60 to 90 minutes to complete and include assessments at critical points in the elearning. Certificates are available to download on completion of the core sessions and additional sessions.

How to access the elearning

You can read more about the EMLeaders elearning module in the Emergency Medicine (EMD) programme page. Navigate to ‘EMLeaders’ to read an introduction to the module.

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