e-ICM is particularly useful for trainees undertaking training in intensive care medicine but the content will also be of interest and use to anyone caring for critically ill patients, such as those from at risk groups suffering from the Coronavirus.
The aim of this project is to improve the delivery of acute Non Invasive Ventilation (NIV) care across the rest of the UK, and to reduce mortality and ensure patient safety by better adherence to guidelines.
A huge programme aligned to the Royal College of Anaesthetists anaesthetic curriculum, e-LA has sections on the airway and respiratory system, critical care and respiratory problems.
The Pan London Critical Care Intravenous Therapy programme has been developed to deliver standardised teaching on the administration of intravenous (IV) medication in critical care.
Intensive Care Echo and Basic Lung Ultrasound (ICE-BLU) covers the theoretical knowledge required prior to undertaking hands-on training in basic echo and lung ultrasound in intensive care. The intended audience is intensive care and acute medicine doctors, anaesthetists and clinicians interested in assessment of the critically ill patient.
This webinar will focus on 'What a Surgeon needs to know’ when presented with an acutely ill patient, so that they will be able to act effectively and efficiently. The ultimate aim will be to leave surgeons, operating outside their usual remit, with a safe and effective clinical practice.
BMJ Learning is now available with free access to Covid-19 treatment courses which directly relate to diagnosing and treating Coronavirus.Courses are on infection control, NIV, PPE, and airway management.
This Nursing Times zone collates essential clinical content to help nurses refresh skills and knowledge they may need to work in unfamiliar settings or to support students and those returning to practice
From the Nursing Standard. Free COVID-19 clinical articles and learning modules for nurses and frontline NHS staff caring for COVID-19 patients
Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare. This is the Coronavirus e-Learning Programme made available free of charge.
Edinburgh University. Learn the principles and practice of critical care to treat and care for critically ill patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus and related elearning
e-Learning for Health - The programme is freely available – no registration or log in required. But if you do want proof of completion, you will need to register. Please note that this is not restricted and you can submit any email address: https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/Register