Multi-professional learning on child health and wellbeing
The Healthy School Child Programme is designed for healthcare professionals who care for children aged 5 to 12.
This comprehensive e-learning resource explores the role of the school-based team in assessing and supporting the health needs of children. It covers a wide range of topics, including common medical and development issues, communicating with children and special needs. The high-quality content is relevant to school nurses, general practitioners (family medical practitioners) and paediatricians.
Comprehensive training on child health issues
The programme is packed with interactive features, such as case studies and self-assessment questions, to stimulate thinking and reinforce understanding on key themes. Written by leading child health experts, the programme has been developed in the UK by a consortium led by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
Easy online access
This learning resource is available online so you can study at home, in work or even on the move and fit the learning around your busy professional life. It can be used in conjunction with the other programmes in the Healthy Child 0-18 Series: the Healthy Child Programme (0 to 5 years) and the Adolescent Health Programme (13 to 18 years).
Watch the short course film
Free trial sessions
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|Single-user access for 12 months||£50*|
*excluding VAT where applicable
To purchase a licence, please click on the Buy Now button below. Multiple or multi-year licences are available. Please contact us for further details.
Buy the full Healthy Child series at a discounted rate
The full suite of Healthy Child e-learning programmes (including Healthy Child, Healthy School Child and Adolescent Health) can be purchased at a discounted rate of £150 (+VAT). This represents a significant saving on the cost of buying the programmes individually.
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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