Increase the resilience of workforce skills to cope with potential surges in critical care demand due to C-19.
The COVID-19 Critical Care LTLC eIntegrity programme is based on the Health Education England London Transformation and Learning Collaborative (LTLC) Adult Critical Care programme. This was established in summer 2020 to support the cross-skilling of the London NHS workforce in response to the Coronavirus pandemic and to prepare for the second surge and beyond. The aims were to broaden the skills base of this workforce to manage existing, and potential future surges in, critical care demand and to increase the supply and resilience of the critical care workforce through:
- the development of a modular education programme that could be tailored to distinct learner needs
- multi-channel delivery of education to accommodate different skill training requirements and enable wide-spread accessibility
The collection of educational material for learners and educators can be tailored to learners’ existing skill levels and current, or future, critical care roles. These include materials for elearning, face to face teaching, simulation and work-based placements, as well as personal development. The LTLC team worked with front line staff and educators to ensure they were responsive to different needs during the July 2020-September 2021 stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
|Access to the full programme||Cost|
|Single-user access for 12 months||£0|
*excluding VAT where applicable
Access for NHS staff
If you work for the NHS and have an NHS email address, please register for the programme via: https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/Register