Scheduled downtime for e-Learning for Healthcare 18/05/2017

Scheduled downtime for e-Learning for Healthcare

New and updated e-learning content is being added to Health Education England’s e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) programme on an increasingly regular basis which is seeing more e-learning programmes made available for members of the health and social care workforce.

As the number of programmes grow, so does the number of users.  The quality of the experience our users receive when accessing e-LfH e-learning content is really important to us and therefore we need to ensure our servers can meet the increasing demand for our programmes.

We have therefore planned some system downtime to increase the capacity of our servers.  The downtime is scheduled for Thursday 18 May 2017 between 8am and 12noon.

 The e-LfH Hub and the e-LfH website will be unavailable during this time.  NHS Trusts colleagues who access our content on their own systems via an AICC link will also be unable to access e-learning programmes.

If you have any concerns or questions about this short period of downtime please email: support@e-lfh.org.uk.  Please share this notification with colleagues who may be affected.

We hope you continue to explore e-LfH to access more of our free e-learning programmes.

For regular updates about e-LfH content please follow us on Twitter: @HEE_TEL

 

With kind regards

The HEE e-LfH Programme Team

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Health Education England’s e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) programme and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) have developed an e-learning resource focusing on NICE Guidance.

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Medicines learning – Clinical problem solving for pharmacists

 

This portal for trainee/newly qualified pharmacists has been developed by the drug information team at University Hospital Southampton but with input from pharmacists across the country.

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Revalidation Webinar based on the Royal Marsden Manual now available!

indexYou will need to register and give your email to login.  Click here to catch the recorded Webinar.  

Royal Marsden report:

We are very pleased with the response to the Webinar, with nearly 400 registrants. For those of you who missed it, please click on the link above, to catch the recording.

Raising concerns

Raising concerns e-learning module now available

Health Education England’s e-Learning for Healthcare team (HEE e-LfH) has developed a new online resource for healthcare staff to equip them with the necessary knowledge and confidence to raise public interest concerns.

Information

Employers are encouraged to promote the resource among staff to help raise awareness of the importance of raising concerns. You can access the resource from the e-Learning for Healthcare website. 

The new resource compliments two existing education and training films,
raising concerns and responding to concerns, designed to raise awareness on the importance of raising concerns and equip managers to deal with concerns effectively.
The training films can be accessed in the available resources section  
of the e-Learning for Healthcare website.