Early Intervention in Psychosis - elearning for healthcare
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NHSE Learning Hub Migration

On 22/05/2024, the Early Intervention in Psychosis elearning programme will move from the elfh Hub to the NHSE Learning Hub as part of a planned upgrade of our learning platforms.
The Learning Hub is a national digital learning platform providing easy access to a wide range of educational resources and support for the health and care workforce and educators. You are auto enrolled on the Learning Hub with your elfh account and new users can sign up for free.

What you need to do
If you have started this programme on the elfh Hub, please complete all relevant programme resources before the migration date. After this date, a record of your activity on the elfh Hub will still be available in the ‘My Activity’ area in your elfh account, including any certificates. If you are unable to complete the programme before the migration date, you can access it on the NHSE Learning Hub from the 22/05/2024. Your activity on the NHSE Learning Hub is recorded in the ‘My Learning’ section, including any certificates.

About the Early Intervention in Psychosis programme

An EIP service is a multidisciplinary community mental health service that provides treatment and support to people experiencing or at high risk of developing psychosis. The defining characteristic of an EIP service is its strong ethos of hope and whole-team commitment to enabling recovery through the provision of individually tailored, evidence-based interventions and support to service users and their families / carers.

In April 2016, a national access and waiting time standard was introduced. The standard requires that by 2020/21 more than 60% of people experiencing first episode psychosis commence a NICE-recommended package of care within two weeks of referral.

Patient reported outcome measures are tools that clinicians and service users can use to measure and track progress and improved outcomes for services users.

NHS England recommends that three outcome tools should be used in EIP services (HoNOS, DIALOG, QPR) and the data should be flowed to the national Mental Health Services Data Set (MHSDS).

More information

The EIP elearning module has been has been developed in partnership with the Early Youth Engagement in first episode psychosis (EYE-2) study and is designed to be an online learning resource/ training material for EIP services to support clinicians to use patient reported outcome tools.

Topics include what the outcome tools are (i.e. HoNOS, QPR and DIALOG), barriers to data collection and how to overcome them, and top tips and resources on how to use the outcome measures. The module aims to support the overall national EIP access and waiting time standard by enabling EIP services to measure and report patient reported outcomes, provide clarity on service user outcomes to identify the effectiveness of a service, and to overcome barriers to uptake of measuring and reporting outcomes.

There is a focus on team values and the activities are designed to complete as a team to align with the ethos of an EIP service therefore it is strongly encouraged that services complete the module as a team.

Meet the team

  • Jonathan Guy

    Jonathan Guy

    Project Manager, HEE elearning for healthcare
  • Tracy Watkins

    Tracy Watkins

    Lead Learning Designer, HEE elearning for healthcare
  • Kathryn Greenwood

    Kathryn Greenwood

    Professor, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and University of Sussex
  • Sally Milne

    Sally Milne

    Senior Project Manager, Mental Health Infrastructure, NHS England & NHS Improvement
  • Jay Nairn

    Jay Nairn

    Senior Programme Manager, Mental Health Infrastructure, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Aradhana Rana

    Aradhana Rana

    Project Manager, Mental Health Infrastructure, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Rashmi Chavda

    Rashmi Chavda

    Graphic Designer, HEE elearning for healthcare
  • Alice Denham

    Alice Denham

    Lead Learning Designer, HEE elearning for healthcare
  • Andy Dowden

    Andy Dowden

    Website Design, HEE elfh Programme
  • elfh-staff-Alex-Drinkall-learning-profile

    Alex Drinkall

    elfh Stakeholder Manager, HEE elfh Programme
  • elfh-staff-Neha-Baj-learning-profile

    Neha Baj

    Content Development Lead, HEE elfh Programme
  • Charlotte Teager

    Charlotte Teager

    HEE Programme Manager, Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)
  • Neil Ralph

    Neil Ralph

    HEE National Programme Lead, Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)
  • Martin Sinclair

    Martin Sinclair

    HEE elfh Programme Lead

How to acess

In order to access the Early Intervention in Psychosis programme, you will need an elfh account. If you do not have one, then you can register by selecting the Register button below.

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To view the Early Intervention in Psychosis programme, select the View button below. If you already have an account with elfh, you will also be able to login and enrol on the programme from the View button.

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Not an NHS organisation?

If you are not an NHS health or care organisation and therefore do not qualify for free access elfh 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 Early Intervention in Psychosis programme, please contact elfh 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 elfh directly to express interest.

More information

Please select the following link for more information on how to use the elfh Hub.

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