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Let us know your thoughts on the Coronavirus e-Learning Programme

Let us know your thoughts on the Coronavirus e-Learning Programme

Published: Thursday, 10 September 2020

If you’ve accessed our free Coronavirus e-Learning Programme, you should have already received an email asking for feedback. We’re offering a 50% discount on certain programmes for completing the survey.

Since April, the Coronavirus e-Learning Programme has been available free of charge to healthcare professionals worldwide – thanks to our partner, Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare.

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More than 2,000 people in over 110 countries have registered to use this e-learning. Altogether, they have launched more than 21,000 sessions in those five months.

Richard Bryant, from eIntegrity, said: “We’re delighted that the Coronavirus e-Learning Programme has proved popular in so many countries across the world and that healthcare professionals globally are benefitting from the UK’s investment in high-quality learning.

“We are now looking to build on this and understand what learners have found useful about the programme and what could have been improved. This will ensure that our learning resources are as useful, relevant and accessible as possible.”

Get 50% off our e-learning for completing the survey*

Learners are being asked to complete a short survey with their feedback. The survey takes just 5 to 10 minutes to complete. 

As a thank you for completing the survey, we will be offering 50% off certain  programmes.

Richard added: “I would urge learners to complete the survey – so that we can continue to provide e-learning of the highest standards to healthcare professionals worldwide.”

Complete the survey now.

*Discount applies to certain programmes only. Programmes included in this offer are: Acute Medicine, e-Learning Anaesthesia, Dermatology, Echo Cardiography and Lung Ultrasound, General Practitioners, Intensive Care Medicine, Foundation, Leadership for Clinicians, Ophthalmology, Pain Management, Radiology, Radiotherapy, Research and Audit, and Surgery.