Our e-learning programmes are now used by health and social care professionals in more than 70 countries worldwide. Click on the relevant marker on the map or the programme summaries below to find out more.
Our e-Learning Anaesthesia (e-LA) programme supports specialty training in anaesthesia and continuing professional development for doctors, nurses and other anaesthesia practitioners. Written and peer-reviewed by leading clinical experts, this award-winning programme has been developed in the UK by the Royal College of Anaesthetists.
RomaniaRomanian Society of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine
More than 700 members of the Romanian Society of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine have already registered for access to our e-Learning Anaesthesia, Intensive Care Medicine and Pain Management programmes.
This follows an agreement in early 2018 between the society and eIntegrity to make these programmes available to members.
The programmes are being used to support training and continuing professional development.
KenyaSupporting training in Nairobi
Anaesthesia residents at Aga Khan University in Nairobi are using modules from the e-Learning Anaesthesia programme (e-LA) to support their training. This includes the Fundamentals programme and the exam preparation module.
HollandUniversities across Holland adopt e-LA
Seven universities in Holland are using e-LA as a training resource. e-LA is complementing traditional teaching methods and providing a revision aid for professional exams for the European diploma and Dutch anaesthesia qualification.
Tanzaniae-Learning Anaesthesia helps clinicians in Tanzania
Radboud University already uses e-LA to support specialty training in Holland and it has now made this resource available to the KCMC, which is located in one of the poorest parts of the world. The Dutch anaesthetists are now providing both funding and mentoring for their African counterparts. 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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IcelandClinical trainees benefit from e-LA
Clinical trainees at Landspitali University Hospital are using our anaesthesia programme (e-LA) to support learning and development. This follows the adoption of the UK Acute Care Core Stem (ACCS) curriculum for trainees.
For the Icelandic trainees, e-LA is an extremely valuable learning tool, particularly in preparation for the Primary FRCA (Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists) examinations. The self-assessment elements of e-LA match the standards of the UK examinations. Trainers at the hospital are also using e-LA to support their teaching of the ACCS curriculum.
Developed by the Royal College of Anaesthetists, the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, ACCS is a three-year programme which covers anaesthesia, acute medicine (general internal), emergency medicine and intensive care medicine. It provides an alternative route into anaesthesia and acute medicine instead of core anaesthesia or core medicine training.
SwedenSahlgrenska University Hospital
Specialty trainees from Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Sweden are building their skills using our award-winning anaesthesia e-learning (e-LA) programme.
Sahlgrenska serves as the tertiary referral hospital for residents of the Gothenburg area. Patients from across the region attend the hospital for different specialist treatments.
The training team at Sahlgrenska has also developed a dedicated e-LA training pathway for the SFAI Conference in September 2019. Organised by the Swedish Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care, this event brings together anaesthesia practitioners from across Sweden and internationally. Conference delegates will be able to use the e-LA pathway sessions alongside seminars and talks at the event to build their knowledge.
IrelandSupporting specialty students in Ireland
The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland has given all specialty trainees in the country access to our award-winning e-LA programme. This reflects the high regard in which this comprehensive e-learning resource is held in the profession.
Suitable for both training and professional development, e-Den covers the knowledge and skills needed to be a competent, caring dental practitioner.
Written by leading dental professionals in the UK, e-Den has been produced by the Faculty of Dental Surgery, of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare.
Qatare-Den supports dental training in Qatar
More than 350 dental practitioners employed by the Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) in Qatar have accessed our Dentistry programme (e-Den) to support their professional development. The PHCC manages healthcare across the state.
New ZealandComplementing dental training at Otago University
Undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of Otago used our dentistry programme (e-Den) to support their specialty training.
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."
e-dermatology is a highly visual learning tool which helps doctors learn how to assess, diagnose and manage a wide range of skin diseases. Developed by the British Association of Dermatologists, the programme includes many interactive exercises, case studies and images. It is primarily aimed at trainee dermatologists but the programme is also suitable for general practitioners, nurses and allied healthcare professionals.
Nearly 70 doctors across Pakistan now have access to the e-Dermatology programme for continuing professional development. This is thanks to pharmaceutical company Atco Laboratories.
Clinicians can access new modules from e-Dermatology each month – providing a gradual roll-out of the e-learning.
ATCO Laboratories is a pioneer in Pakistan’s pharmaceutical industry sector and has been serving the country’s healthcare system over the past four decades.
Electronic Fetal Monitoring (eFM)
Our fetal heart monitoring (eFM) programme provides comprehensive training in all aspects of intrapartum electronic fetal heart monitoring.
Obstetricians and midwives can improve their knowledge and skills in interpreting cardiotocographs (CTGs), thus minimising medical and legal risks.
IrelandeFM proves popular in Limerick
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 third year by the hospital, reflecting the popularity of this award-winning e-learning tool.
Additionally, eFM is now supporting midwifery training at the University of Limerick.
IndiaeFM aids professional development
Healthcare professionals at the Fernandez Hospital in Hyderabad used our Fetal Monitoring programme (eFM) and obstetric modules from the Acute Medicine programme to support their professional development. The hospital specialises in obstetrics and women's health.
SingaporeFetal monitoring course now mandatory training
Midwives and obstetricians at the KK Women's and Children's Hospital in Singapore are now completing key elements of eFM 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.
GuernseyMidwives and obstetricians in Guernsey
Midwives and obstetricians in Guernsey are using our Fetal Monitoring programme (eFM) to support their professional development. This follows successful talks with the Healthcare and Social Services Department in Guernsey.
British Virgin IslandsSupporting midwifery care
Midwives on the British Virgin Islands can now access eFM and our ‘Medical Complications in Pregnancy’ module from the Acute Medicine programme thanks to the local health authority. The programmes will support healthcare training and continuing professional development across the islands.
United Arab Emirates (UAE)Enhancing training and professional development
Healthcare staff employed by NMC Health, the largest private healthcare provider in the UAE, used eFM for training and professional development.
MacedoniaProject HOPE Germany
Obstetricians and midwives in Macedonia can now benefit from our eFM training thanks to a German-based healthcare charity.
Project HOPE Germany is undertaking a programme aimed at increasing the chances of survival for premature babies in Macedonia. HOPE’s plans include educating gynaecologists and healthcare workers so that they recognise high-risk pregnancies at an early stage, counteracting complications or making the appropriate preparations for delivery.
eFM will be used as part of blended learning alongside face-to-face sessions. The charity will be tracking the learners’ progress – including their performance on eFM’s interactive case studies. These case studies include patient histories and CTG traces from real labours
End of Life Care (e-ELCA)
The End of Life Care programme (e-ELCA) has been developed in the UK in partnership with the Association for Palliative Medicine. It is designed to help doctors, nurses, care workers and other health and social care professionals deliver the highest quality care to people nearing the end of their lives.
SpainDoctors using the End of Life Care programme
Training provider Spandoc used our e-ELCA programme to support training in medical English for doctors. The programme was used as part of blended learning to complement traditional teaching methods.
General Practitioners (e-GP)
e-GP covers the clinical and professional skills needed to be a caring, competent family medical practitioner. The content covers a wide range of topics, from palliative care through to pregnancy, trauma, consulting skills, clinical supervision and physical examinations. e-GP has been developed in the UK with the Royal College of General Practitioners.
Fijie-GP supports physician training in Fiji
The Fiji College of General Practitioners is using our e-GP programme as part of a national accreditation scheme for physician training. The college represents private sector primary healthcare providers in Fiji.
Image Interpretation helps radiographers, doctors and other healthcare professionals to improve their interpretation skills, reduce errors and improve patient outcomes. The programme has been developed in the UK by the College of Radiographers and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare.
AustraliaSupporting radiographers' continuing professional development
Medical imaging specialists in Australia are using our Image Interpretation and Advanced Radiotherapy e-learning to support their professional development for successive years.
This is the result of a partnership between eIntegrity and the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy (ASMIRT) – the peak body representing medical radiation practitioners in Australia. Members of the society can 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 take advantage of the UK’s significant investment in top-class healthcare learning – at a fraction of the usual cost of CPD resources.”
South AfricaRadiology students benefit from our e-learning
At the Nelson Mandela University in South Africa, radiography degree students are using our Image Interpretation programme to support their learning on advanced pattern recognition. The e-learning is being used as part of a blended approach to training on this topic.
The programme is proving extremely popular with students and staff at the university due to its interactivity, in-depth content and flexible online access. The course leader stated that the programme is the ‘only one available’ that really addresses students’ learning needs in this area.
FinlandMetropolia University in Finland
Postgraduate radiography and radiotherapy students at Metropolia University in Finland can now access our highly popular Image Interpretation and Advanced Radiotherapy programmes to support their training.
SingaporeImage Interpretation proves popular in Singapore
Qualifying and newly qualified radiographers are now using our Image Interpretation programme through our partnership with the National Healthcare Group, one of Singapore's leading healthcare providers. This follows a highly successful pilot programme, with excellent feedback from learners.
New ZealandPartnership with New Zealand's professional body
All 1500 members of the New Zealand Institute of Medical Radiation Technology (NZIMRT) now have access to three of our e-learning programmes to support their professional development: Image Interpretation, Advanced Radiotherapy and Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations.
The NZIMRT is the professional body that represents medical imaging technologists and radiation therapists across the country.
For further details about NZIMRT, please see the society's website.
Intensive Care Medicine
With over 700 learning sessions, the Intensive Care Medicine e-Learning programme (e-ICM) covers the knowledge and skills need to work in this speciality area. The content is suitable for doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and allied healthcare professionals.
AustraliaCollege of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM)
Doctors in Australia and New Zealand are now reaping the benefits of our dedicated e-Learning for Intensive Care Medicine programme (e-ICM). This is thanks to the College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM) of Australia and New Zealand, which is offering online access to members through an exclusive deal with eIntegrity.
The CICM is the body responsible for intensive care medicine specialist training and education in these two countries. It has more than 1000 Fellows across the world.
Members will be using e-ICM for training and also for continuing professional development.
Pain Management (e-Pain)
e-Pain helps healthcare professionals to develop the skills to assess, diagnose and manage pain quickly and effectively. It has been developed in the UK by the Faculty of Pain Medicine, of the Royal College of Anaesthetists, and the British Pain Society.
EgyptBlended learning in the Middle East
Pinnacle Healthcare, a medical staffing agency, used e-Pain as the online learning component of its specialty course for healthcare professionals in the Middle East.
The Radiology – Integrated Training Initiative (R-ITI) is a comprehensive e-learning programme for radiologists, with over 750 sessions.
Developed by the UK Royal College of Radiologists and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare, the programme has won several training awards and set a gold standard for healthcare e-learning.
SyriaRadiology programme now mandatory training
The Arab Board of Radiology and Medical Imaging (ABRMI) has now made the physics module within R-ITI a mandatory part of training for all students taking its courses across the Middle East and North Africa.
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 region.
MaltaMater Dei Hospital in Malta
Residents at the Mater Dei Hospital in Malta are studying with our award-winning radiology programme (R-ITI) – which has set a gold standard for training in the specialty.
FijiHelping students with training and exam revision
The Fiji National University has used R-ITI for both training and exam preparation – testament to the high quality of this award-winning programme.
Our R-ITI programme is now supporting both training and continuing professional development at the National Referral Hospital – the largest hospital in the Solomon Islands. With more than 300 beds and over 50 doctors, the hospital sees the majority of medical cases on the islands.
EthiopiaSupporting the development of Ethiopian radiologists
In Ethiopia, radiologists have used R-ITI to support their development through our partnership with Ver2, a leading telemedicine company. The e-learning was blended with online lectures, discussion forums with clinical leads and summative assessments, to help the African radiologists enhance their skills.
Radiotherap-e covers the knowledge required to implement advanced radiotherapy techniques safely and efficiently. It is aimed at clinical oncologists, physicists, radiographers and dosimetrists. You can practise your skills using special tools that simulate radiotherapy techniques, such as contouring, dose calculation and optimisation.
NamibiaNamibian Oncology Centre
Doctors at the Namibian Oncology Centre are now using our Radiotherapy, Compassion in Practice and e-IRMER e-learning for continuing professional development. This is part of a pilot programme which is expected to be extended to other healthcare professionals working at the centre in due course.
The Namibian Oncology Centre is a state-of-the-art cancer treatment facility in Windhoek. Facilities and services include radiation therapy, chemotherapy, counselling, a dedicated oncology pharmacy, a laboratory and a cancer ward.
Safeguarding Children and Young People
Our Safeguarding Children and Young People programme is relevant to all health, social care and occupational health professionals who work with children. This programme has been developed by a consortium of professional bodies, led by the UK's Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
UKTraining for medical staff on Carnival's cruise ships
Our safeguarding course is now available to all medical teams on board cruise ships run by Carnival, one of the world's largest cruise companies.
UKThousands of healthcare professionals enrolled on programme
Spire Healthcare, one of the UK's leading healthcare companies, enrolled more than 5000 staff onto level 3 of the safeguarding programme. This e-learning is aimed at general practitioners, consultants and paediatricians.
By completing this programme, learners were able to show that they met the minimum standard of safeguarding training required by the Care Quality Commission, which inspects all UK hospitals.
UKSafeguarding programme success across the MOD
The UK Ministry of Defence used our safeguarding course around the world to support the training of its healthcare professionals.
Sexual health and HIV
eHIV-STI is suitable for a wide range of healthcare professionals treating and supporting people with sexually transmitted infections. The programme covers all aspects of sexual health and HIV.
ZimbabweSupporting sexual health training in Africa
Our Sexual Health and HIV e-learning programme (eHIV-STI) is now supporting vital healthcare work in Zimbabwe. Healthcare professionals at the Newlands Clinic in Harare are using the e-learning to enhance their diagnosis and management of sexually transmitted infections in patients infected with HIV.
The clinic provides a wide range of sexual and reproductive healthcare services to low-income and marginalised communities in and around Harare. This is an excellent example of how our e-learning is supporting training in resource-constrained settings and those where opportunities for face-to-face teaching may be very limited.
For further information on the Newlands Clinic, run by the Ruedi Luethy Foundation, please see the organisation's website.
eSurgery, which is designed for practitioners in the early years of surgical training, provides broad theoretical knowledge common to all surgical specialties. Developed with The Royal College of Surgeons of England, it covers a wide range of themes, including peri-operative care and organ/tissue transplantation.
Gaza StripDoctors using eSurgery in the region
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.