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New modules added to Emergency Medicine programme

Hannah Denness, 10 November 2020
Emergency Medicine

Health Education England elearning for healthcare (HEE elfh) has worked with the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) to develop new Emergency Medicine Leaders (EMLeaders) modules as part of the Emergency Medicine programme.

EMLeaders aims to support leaders within the emergency department workforce. The programme focuses on leadership: what it is and how to become better leaders, regardless of grade or clinical role in the emergency department.

The leadership training programme is primarily aimed at trainees in emergency medicine and links to a leadership competency-based framework and the new Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) curriculum 2020.

The two programme sessions have been designed to ensure the workforce:

  • is more knowledgeable about clinical leadership and how to apply this knowledge in their role
  • feels better supported and equipped to make decisions in the workplace and manage the challenging environment of the emergency department

These new elearning sessions, Leading Self and Leading Teams – which sit within elfh’s Emergency Medicine programme – take approximately 30 – 90 minutes to complete and include assessments at critical points in the elearning.

You can access the Emergency Medicine Leaders elearning programme here:

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