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Rapid COVID-19 training and education resources for critical care

Alex Drinkall, 2 February 2021
Coronavirus

To support staff being redeployed into critical care during the pandemic, the London Transformation and Learning Collaborative (LTLC) has worked in partnership with Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) to develop a range of resources to support staff.

This includes:

  • 360-degree virtual ICU bed space
  • Toolkit for rapid cross-skilling
  • Just-in-time training for deployed staff
  • Skills passports for registered support clinicians and non-registered support staff (currently London only)
  • Short films on moral injury, preparing for deployment and more

Follow the links above to access each resource and visit the LTLC page on the e-LfH website for further support.

The website includes key resources to help individuals, educators and systems prepare for and work during surges in capacity. In recognition of the time pressure staff are under, these are designed to be short bite-sized learning that can be read or watched in advance, on the move or on the ward. The resources are for all staff, regardless of profession, and can be undertaken as self-directed learning or delivered by educators or trainers.

The LTLC was established in 2020, aimed at increasing the capacity of the critical care workforce in London to help prepare for a second surge in COVID-19 cases in the capital. If you need to get in touch, email ltlc@hee.nhs.uk. 

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