Alcohol - Reducing Violence in the Community - e-Learning for Healthcare
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This programme is in partnership with...
  • Department of Health
  • College of Emergency Medicine
  • National Community Safety Network
  • Home Office

About the Reducing Violence in the Community programme

This e-learning session – Reducing Violence in the Community: Emergency Department Datasharing – is an interactive resource to improve community safety through data sharing between the Accident and Emergency Departments and Community Safety Partnerships.

The Department of Health has established a programme of work to support better information sharing. A key part of this programme is work to support frontline staff with tools to enable them to collect and share information effectively. This e-learning resource is a key tool designed to support better understanding of what information sharing is and how it can be used to support violence reduction.

The Coalition Government made a commitment to make hospitals collect and share information with Community Safety Partnerships in order to reduce violence. This objective can be found in the Coalition Programme for Government, as well as in the Ending Gang and Serious Youth Violence Action Plan (2011) and the Alcohol Strategy (2012).

This e-learning resource is designed to be useful for anyone with an interest in information sharing to tackle violence – especially people working in the NHS and Community Safety Partnerships. This means it could be useful for Accident and Emergency staff – from receptionists to consultants, CSP staff – from managers to analysts, Police and Crime Commissioners, Directors of Public Health, Staff in Clinical Commissioning Groups or Health Wellbeing Boards.

Meet the team

  • Martin Teff

    Martin Teff

    Violence Policy Lead, Department of Health
  • Mark Davison

    Mark Davison

    Centre for Public Innovation
  • Dick Oldfield

    Dick Oldfield

    Centre for Public Innovation
  • e-LfH-staff-Neha-Baj-learning-profile

    Neha Baj

    Project Manager, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare
  • Simon How

    Simon How

    Senior Public Health Programme Manager, Department of Health

How to access

In order to access the Alcohol – Reducing Violence in the Community programme, you will need an e-LfH account. If you do not have one, then you can register by selecting the Register button below.

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To view the Alcohol – Reducing Violence in the Community programme, select the View button below. If you already have an account with e-LfH, you will also be able to login and enrol on the programme from the View button.

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NHS healthcare staff in England

The Alcohol – Reducing Violence in the Community programme is also available to NHS healthcare staff via the Electronic Staff Record (ESR). Accessing this e-Learning via ESR means that your completions will transfer with you throughout your NHS career.

Further details are available here.

Non NHS Staff

Non-NHS staff can access the Alcohol – Reducing Violence in the Community Programme via the Alcohol Learning Centre website:

Not an NHS organisation?

If you are not an NHS health or care organisation and therefore do not qualify for free access e-LfH Hub, you may be able to access the service by creating an OpenAthens account.

To check whether or not you qualify for free access via OpenAthens, you can view the eligibility criteria and register on the ‘OpenAthens’ portal.

Registering large numbers of users

If you are a HR, IT or Practice Manager and would like to register and enrol large numbers of staff within your organisation for access onto the Alcohol – Reducing Violence in the Community programme, please contact e-LfH directly.

Organisations wishing to use their own LMS

For HR departments wanting to know more about gaining access to courses using an existing Learning Management System please contact e-LfH directly to express interest.

More information

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