Following a successful year for eIntegrity in 2017, the company had set aside £50,000 towards ongoing development of the e-learning programmes.
As a Community Interest Company, eIntegrity redistributes income (after operating costs) from the global licensing of e-Learning for Healthcare’s programmes back to the organisations that develop the content. This includes the UK’s medical royal colleges and other health and social care organisations. eIntegrity has reinvested many thousands of pounds back into the e-learning in this way over the past few years.
This year, the funds will be split between development work on the e-Learning for General Practice (e-GP) programme and new sessions on orthopaedic post-operative intervention for Image Interpretation.
Patrick Mitchell, Chair of eIntegrity, said: “eIntegrity’s role is to capitalise on the UK’s investment in high-quality healthcare e-learning and make this available to the healthcare community worldwide.
“Following a review by the eIntegrity Board, we are delighted to announce that we will be allocating funds to the e-GP and Image Interpretation programmes – helping to ensure that these resources continue to reflect the latest clinical developments and best practice.”