eIntegrity’s End of Life Care for All (e-ELCA) programme will be showcased at the World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) in Madrid, Spain from 18 to 20 May.
eIntegrity has recently joined major NHS and private sector healthcare organisations in becoming a member of the UK International Healthcare Management Association (UKIHMA).
Our award-winning fetal heart monitoring (eFM) programme will be showcased at the World Congress of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) in Cape Town from 20 to 22 March.
A total of 10 new interactive case studies have been added to our electronic fetal heart monitoring (eFM) programme – enabling healthcare professionals to test their cardiotocograph (CTG) skills in a virtual ward setting.
Medical residents in Tanzania are now developing their skills using eIntegrity’s award-winning e-Learning for Anaesthesia (e-LA) programme. This is the result of a unique project involving the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC), Radboud University Medical Center in the Netherlands and eIntegrity.
eIntegrity’s world-leading healthcare programmes will be on show at Arab Health in Dubai from 30 January to 2 February.
The eIntegrity team will be on hand to meet delegates and discuss the full range of programmes on offer – with special discounts available for bulk purchases.
Learners can now print off or download certificates of completion for individual modules on our Acute Medicine e-learning course (ACUMEN) as well as the full programme.
Our Image Interpretation and Advanced Radiotherapy (Radiotherap-e) e-learning programmes have been officially recognised by the UK College of Radiographers for continuing professional development (CPD). Both programmes are now part of the college’s formal CPD scheme – CPD Now.
From 20 to 22 October, our Image Interpretation and Advanced Radiotherapy e-learning programmes will take centre stage at the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists (ISRRT) World Congress in Seoul, Korea.
Learners globally can now access the Advanced Radiotherapy course for a newly discounted price – providing exceptional value for money for a high-quality programme.
Three of our e-elearning programmes will be showcased at the World Congress of Anaesthesiologists (WCA) in Hong Kong from 28 August to 2 September.
New multiple choice questions are being trialled in the Image Interpretation programme following feedback from users.
The e-Dementia programme has undergone a comprehensive review to reflect the latest research and policy updates in the field.
From 2 to 6 March, radiology professionals from across Europe will join together at the 2016 European Congress of Radiology (ECR) in Vienna.
R-ITI, which has been developed by the UK’s Royal College of Radiologists and Health Education England, is designed to support continuing professional development for healthcare professionals. It includes more than 800 interactive sessions that are arranged into eight modules.
Users can already track their progress online when completing programmes and download or print off learning histories. However, the new certificates provide formal documentary evidence that specific programme have been completed.
The Compassion in Practice programme, which is suitable for nurses, midwives and other care staff, explores a raft of themes in health and social care.
e-Pain is designed for healthcare providers who are not pain specialists but who deal with patients suffering from acute, chronic and cancer pain. It covers a wide range of issues, including recognising, assessing and managing pain.
Individuals and health care organisations around the world to benefit from further e-learning investment from eIntegrity. Here is a round up of the programmes under development from eIntegrity awards granted this year.
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) programme highlights risks and better care options to health professionals
Be prepared for some devastating and tragic figures:
1. There are an estimated 130 million women and girls living with female genital mutilation (FGM) worldwide – mostly in African countries
2. In the UK, FGM is estimated to affect some 137,000 women
All health professionals – including school nurses, practice nurses, health visitors and GPs – should be aware of FGM and its health implications, and have a key role in providing support for survivors of FGM and in the prevention of FGM in girls and women at risk.
Working as a general practitioner involves many challenges in a changing clinical landscape. Created in partnership with the UK’s Royal College of General Practitioners, our new learning Programme e-GP, covers a wide range of primary care topics reflecting the varied and demanding nature of general practice work.
e-LfH scoops the Gold Award for the ‘Best e-learning project – public sector’ at the 2014 e-Learning Age awards.
Authored and endorsed by the Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Royal College of Anaesthetists in the UK and the British Pain Society
Endorsed by the British Intensive Care Society, Faculty for Intensive Care Medicine and Association of Cardiothoracic Anaesthetists