Find out how our healthcare programmes are contributing to training and continuing professional development globally.
Holland and Tanzania
- Seven universities in Holland are using e-LA as an anaesthesia training resource. e-LA is being used alongside traditional teaching methods and providing an invaluable revision aid for professional exams for the European diploma and Dutch anaesthesia qualification.
- In a separate programme, one of these universities, the Radboud University Medical Center, mentors and funds access to e-LA for anaesthesia residents at the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) in Tanzania, in one of the poorest parts of the world. This has significantly strengthened KCMC's learning resources and tools.
Ansbert Sweetbert Ndebea, third-year anaesthesia resident at KCMC, said: “The programme is helping us to improve our skills and provide better patient care...The content is good and there are lots of videos and animations too. The material is continually updated and the assessments help us to prepare for exams. It’s great that we have access to a top-quality resource that is used internationally.”
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- The College of Anaesthetists of Ireland has given all specialty trainees access to our award-winning e-LA programme. This reflects the high regard with which this award-winning e-learning resource is held in the profession.
- Residents in anaesthesia at Aga Khan University in Nairobi are using modules from e-LA, including the Fundamentals programme and the exam preparation module, to support their training.
- e-Den is supporting the professional development of more than 350 dental practitioners employed by the Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC), which manages healthcare across the state. e-Den has been widely used by practitioners since its introduction.
- All undergraduate and postgraduate students in the University of Otago's Faculty of Dentistry now have access to e-Den to support their training. This follows a hugely successful pilot project amongst students in 2016.
Professor Paul Brunton, Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry at the University, said: “e-Den is a highly interactive, quality-assured resource. It provides a broad theoretical foundation on core topics, helping students to prepare for lectures and practical work. This also enables us to focus our teaching on discussion of key points rather than lecturing – helping to strengthen learning and understanding on the many complex concepts involved in dentistry.”
Andrew Lamb, Student President in the University’s Faculty of Dentistry, said: “e-Den is a fantastic resource. The wide range of topics and high-quality content will make students more self-motivated and passionate about what they are learning, giving them instant feedback on their progress with self-assessment."
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Electronic Fetal Monitoring (eFM)
- More than 250 midwives and obstetricians from the University Maternity Hospital, Limerick have been using eFM for revalidation and continuing professional development. eFM has now been licensed for a second year by the hospital, reflecting the popularity of this award-winning e-learning tool.
- In India, our eFM programme and obstetric modules from the Acute Medicine programme are supporting continuing professional development at the Fernandez Hospital in Hyderabad, India, which specialises in obstetrics and women's health.
- Midwives and obstetricians at the KK Women's and Children's Hospital in Singapore are now completing key elements of FM as a mandatory part of their induction. All staff joining the maternity team must now complete the interactive case studies within eFM, which allow learners to test their interpretation skills using real clinical scenarios and fetal heart rate recordings.
United Arab Emirates (UAE)
- More than 100 healthcare staff employed by NMC Health, the largest private healthcare provider in the UAE, have been using eFM as a training and professional development tool.
End of Life Care (e-ELCA)
- Training provider Spandoc is using e-ELCA to support training in medical English for doctors. The programme is being used as part of blended learning to complement traditional teaching methods.
General Practitioners (e-GP)
- The Fiji College of General Practitioners is using e-GP as a training tool in a new national accreditation scheme for doctors. The college represents private sector primary healthcare providers in Fiji.
- Qualifying and newly qualified radiographers are now piloting our Image Interpretation programme through the National Healthcare Group, one of Singapore's leading healthcare providers. Feedback has already been very positive from learners taking part in the pilot project.
- Medical imaging specialists in Australia are now using our Image Interpretation and Advanced Radiotherapy programmes to support their continuing professional development.
This is the result of a partnership between the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy (ASMIRT) – the peak body representing medical radiation practitioners in Australia. Members of the society can now access eIntegrity’s resources at a specially discounted rate.
Patrick Eastgate, ASMIRT President, said: “We are delighted to offer these high-quality e-learning resources to our members at an affordable cost – which will enhance the wide range of benefits already on offer.”
Patrick Mitchell, Chairman of eIntegrity, said: “Through our partnership with ASMIRT, more than 6,000 medical imaging professionals in Australia can now take advantage of the UK’s significant investment in top-class healthcare learning – at a fraction of the usual cost of CPD resources.”
For further details about ASMIRT, go to the society's website.
Pain Management (e-Pain)
- Our e-Pain programme is now a mandatory part of a new diploma in pain management developed by the University of Jordan and the prestigious King Hussein Cancer Center.
Middle East and North Africa
- Pinnacle Healthcare, a medical staffing agency, is using e-Pain as the online learning component of its pain management course for healthcare professionals in the region.
- The Arab Board of Radiology and Medical Imaging (ABRMI) has now made the physics module within R-ITI a mandatory part of radiology training for all students taking its courses. The related learning sessions are mapped to the UK curriculum, which is closely aligned to the ABRMI curriculum. ABRMI is responsible for improving quality and training standards in radiology across the Middle East.
- Ethiopian radiologists are now using R-ITI to support their development thanks to our partnership with Ver2, a leading telemedicine company based in Dubai. The course is blended with other resources, such as online lectures, discussion forums with clinical leads and summative assessments, to help the African radiologists enhance their skills.
The overall programme has been so successful that Ver2 has now been awarded an Expo2020 grant to develop it further.
- The Fiji National University is using our radiology course for training and exam preparation for the third successive year – testament to the high quality of this award-winning programme.
Safeguarding Children and Young People
- One of the UK's leading healthcare companies has enrolled more than 5000 staff onto level 3 of our safeguarding children programme, which is aimed at general practitioners, consultants and paediatricians. By completing this course, all learners will formally meet the minimum standard of safeguarding training, as stipulated by the Care Quality Commission, which inspects all UK hospitals.
- Our safeguarding children course is now available to all medical teams on board cruise ships run by Carnival, one of the world's largest cruise companies.
- The UK Ministry of Defence continues to use eIntegrity's safeguarding course extensively around the world to train its healthcare professionals.
- Doctors in the Gaza Strip are using eSurgery to enhance their training thanks to the International Committee of the Red Cross. This is part of a focused training programme to develop clinical skills and knowledge.