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New sessions added to e-Learning Anaesthesia

Louise Garrahan, 27 September 2021
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Health Education England elearning for healthcare (HEE elfh) has worked in partnership with The Royal College of Anaesthetists to add new sessions to its Pharmacology module within the anaesthesia elearning programme.

The new sessions are aimed at trainee anaesthetists and are aligned to the anaesthetic curriculum. They include:

  • Partial Agonists and Inverse Agonists
  • Simple analgesia: Aspirin and paracetamol
  • The Cardiovascular System and Sites for Drug Effects
  • Drugs used in Ischaemic heart disease
  • Drugs used in the treatment of acute asthma
  • Antiemetic drugs

77 existing sessions within the module have been extensively revised and updated to match the standard of the UK postgraduate anaesthesia examinations.

Written and edited by anaesthetists, e-Learning Anaesthesia (e-LA) covers the knowledge and key concepts that underpin the anaesthetic curriculum and will help trainees prepare for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists exam.

Alongside the sessions, learners can also access an extensive e-library of articles and interactive multiple choice questions to support continued professional development in anaesthesia.

e-Learning Anaesthesia was first established in 2007 and is one of HEE elfh’s longest running and most successful programmes. It also features modules on a range of other topics including basic science, obstetrics, pain management and intensive care.

To access the new sessions and explore the whole programme, please visit the e-Learning Anaesthesia programme page.

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