Free Coronavirus e-learning programme now available

To support the global health and care workforce during these unprecedented times, eIntegrity has launched a dedicated Coronavirus e-Learning Programme. This is free of charge.

Produced by Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare, the programme covers the essential information health and care workers need to help respond to the global pandemic.

Initially, the programme covers:

  • Essential Guidance from the NHS, UK Government and WHO
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Infection Prevention and Control
  • Resources for Staff Working in:
    • Critical Care
    • Acute Hospital Settings
    • Primary Care and Community Settings
  • Resources for Return to Work Healthcare Staff
  • End of Life Care COVID-19
  • Wellbeing for Staff
  • Resources for Pharmacy Staff

Dedicated content to support your learning

This Coronavirus e-Learning Programme brings together new and curated content from Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare, NHS England & NHS Improvement, and the WHO. It will be expanded and updated over the coming days and weeks.

These high-quality learning resources are suitable for doctors, nurses, consultants, healthcare assistants, midwives and other allied healthcare professionals – including those who are returning to the workforce to help during the current crisis.

You can access this programme online – enabling you to refresh and expand your knowledge on critical themes. 

Patrick Mitchell, Chair of eIntegrity and Director of Innovation and Transformation at Health Education England, said: “In these unprecedented times, we must support all those involved in combating this global healthcare crisis. For this reason, Health Education England and eIntegrity are offering this dedicated Coronavirus programme free of charge worldwide.

“These resources have been developed by leading clinical experts in the UK – which is renowned internationally for the high quality of its clinical training. So, the content meets the highest training and quality standards.

“We will be adding further learning content to this programme as soon as this becomes available.”

eIntegrity has received numerous requests for COVID-19 resources from existing and new customers – including those in the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Ireland and the UK.

How to access the programme

You can access the e-learning free of charge via our: Coronavirus Programme Page

Access to related e-learning programmes

Learners may also find our related e-learning programmes helpful during the current crisis, namely:

If you have any queries, please contact us. For further updates, follow us on Twitter @eIntegrity_