10,000 session launches for the Coronavirus e-learning programme
In just one month, more than 1,500 healthcare professionals have enrolled onto eIntegrity’s free Coronavirus e-Learning programme – launching an incredible 10,750 sessions.
The programme has attracted learners from 106 countries, from the USA through to Italy, Australia, Uganda and Singapore.
The content covers a wide variety of topics, from personal protective equipment through to infection control, managing respiratory infections and end-of-life care. It includes new content specifically written for the coronavirus pandemic, alongside existing material from eIntegrity’s other highly acclaimed programmes. The content has been written by leading UK and international experts.
Richard Bryant, from eIntegrity, said: “Healthcare professionals are finding this programme invaluable for a number of reasons. The content has been developed by Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare, the UK’s medical royal colleges and many other top professional bodies. It is arranged into bite-sized learning sessions and made available online so learners can access the resources wherever and whenever they need.
“We’re grateful to our programme partner, Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare, for making this e-learning available free of charge to the global healthcare community.”