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General introduction to eIntegrity's healthcare e-learning
This sessions illustrate learning objectives, use of multimedia materials and drag-and-drop interaction.
Self-Harm and Common Mental Health Problems
This session describes four evidence-based talking therapies used for treating mental health problems in young people in a range of settings. It also briefly covers current guidance on the management of specific conditions and makes reference to pharmacological interventions when appropriate.
Introduction to Young People Friendly Services
This session introduces the basic elements of young people friendly services. The policy context and evidence for specific young people focused services is explored. The importance of young people’s views is acknowledged as a focus for service improvement.
This session contains a short revision tutorial using Multiple Choice Questions to assist candidates preparing for the Anaesthesia specialty Examinations. It is also serves as a helpful revision for qualified healthcare professionals.
Cardia Muscle Contraction
This session describes the ultrastructure of cardiac muscle cells and the organization of the sarcomere.
Tympanometry Equipment and Testing
This session introduces the tympanometer and explains its features as well as the principles of tympanometry. It explores when tympanometry would be used and how to perform the test on a subject with normal ears and hearing.
Anatomy of the Inner Ear
This session describes the anatomy of the inner ear, excluding the balance system. It looks at the inner and outer hair cells and their differences, and the fluids contained in the inner ear. The session uses animation and images to show users what the inner ear looks like.
Clinical Imaging - General Introduction: e-Learning Project
This session highlights the importance of principles of safe practice within clinical imaging and provides a general overview of the programme.
Clinical Imaging of the Adult Skeleton
General Anatomy and Biomechanics
This session describes bone structure and its radiographic appearance, the classification of bones and joints, the function of ligaments and tendons, basic principles of skeletal biomechanics, and how these relate to clinical imaging.
Clinical Imaging of the Adult Skeleton
Facial Bones: Session 1
This session looks at injuries related to the facial bones. It focuses on identifying anatomy demonstrated on both diagrams and X-rays, and it offers examples of radiographic technique. Mechanisms of injury are discussed to develop a knowledge base in clinical presentations.
Clinical Imaging – Cross-sectional Imaging:
Role of CT and MRI in Neurological Emergencies
This session looks at common neurological emergencies, why and how they are imaged.
Clinical Imaging – Breast Imaging:
This session looks at benign lesions of the breast. It examines some of the clinical aspects and then focuses on the imaging characteristics of each lesion.
Clinical Imaging – Magnetic Resonance Imaging:
Knee (Session 1)
This session looks at the anatomy of the knee, which is illustrated using diagrams, magnetic resonance images and some arthroscopic images. Mechanisms of injury are discussed along with techniques for magnetic resonance imaging of the knee.
An Introduction to Compassion – Part I: The Nature of Compassion
This session will consider the theory of compassion and apply it to compassionate care through a model of the compassionate mind. It will consider the benefits of delivering compassionate care and will identify the core attributes and skills needed to deliver this.
An Introduction to Compassion – Part II: The Barriers to Compassionate Care
This session will examine barriers to compassionate care and the importance of an organisation being compassion-focused. It will consider strategies for identifying and minimising these barriers. 'Compassion' and 'compassionate care' were initially explored in 'An Introduction to Compassion - Part I: The Nature of Compassion'.
This session will describe what dementia is, how common it is and what it is like to live with its common symptoms, both for the person and their family. We will describe the signs that can be mistaken for dementia and what we can do to reduce our risk of getting dementia. We will describe how we can help people affected by dementia to live as well as possible.
Person-Centred Dementia Care
This session will help you to understand that person-centred dementia care involves: respecting the human rights of all people living with dementia, including their rights to dignity, liberty, privacy and to be treated in a humane way; engaging with the person as a unique individual taking into account their life experience, unique abilities, interests, culture, likes, dislikes and needs; taking the person's perspective and seeing the world through their eyes, including ensuring people living with dementia and their family carers are equal partners in decisions about their care; providing a supportive and enabling physical and social environment.
This session considers the potential of food and drink to cause dental erosion and how the effects of this can be measured in the laboratory.
Anatomy Relevant to Conscious Sedation in Dental Practice
This session covers the aspects of basic anatomy that are relevant to conscious sedation.
Using Genetic Family Histories in Dermatological Practice
This session enables the user to develop their skills in taking and interpreting a genetic family history. It considers the relevance of diagnostic genetic testing and family management within this specialised area.
Delusions of Parasitosis
This session describes a patient with a delusional disorder. It illustrates the steps required to establish the diagnosis and also describes the institution of an appropriate management plan.
Mediators and Mechanisms of Itch
This session explores the pathogenesis of pruritus and it aims to provide knowledge on the mediators and mechanisms of itch.
This session introduces the learner to the different histopathological techniques which may be used for skin biopsies.
Glossary of Genetic Terms
This session provides a glossary of terms associated with DNA and human genetics.
Anatomy and Basic Views
This session looks at basic anatomy of the heart and lungs plus the relationship of this anatomy to the position of the ultrasound probe on the chest. The four basic transthoracic echocardiography (TTE or 'echo') windows and basic lung ultrasound views will be covered.
The History of, and Rationale for, Electronic Fetal Monitoring
This session describes the history of, and rationale for, fetal heart rate monitoring.
This is a level 1 case study, intended for obstetricians and midwives. It has been 'marked' by three reviewers. A correct answer is where two or more reviewers have agreed.
Introduction to e-learning for End of Life Care
This session is your guide on how to use this e-learning programme for End of Life Care (e-ELCA). It also explains why it was developed and how it can be used to support learning.
Relationship Between Palliative Care and End of Life Care
This session will describe what is meant by the terms palliative care and end of life care, and what they have in common. Two case studies will be used to explain their relevance to patients with advanced progressive illnesses, and their families. The session will provide an overview of key components of palliative care and end of life care.
Recognising the Last Months and Days of Life and Verifying Death
This session offers a framework for recognising patients who are at risk of deterioration and who may die soon (last months of life) and also recognising when death is imminent (last days). The priorities for care of the dying person are discussed and the communication with patients and families needed at these times is explored. This session was reviewed by Christina Faull and Jane Wale and last updated in April 2015.
This session looks at the management of diarrhoea developing in an in-patient. It gives learners the opportunity to practise their diagnostic skills and put together an appropriate management plan.
Closing the Consultation
This session explores the ways in which GPs effectively and appropriately close the consultation. This session was reviewed by Suchita Shah and last updated in January 2015.
Dental Health Promotion
This session aims to enhance your knowledge and skills regarding oral health and factors that predispose to poor oral health. Promoting oral health in the infant and young child forms an integral part of this session.
Growth Charts and their Interpretation
This session is an introduction to growth charts, and includes information on how to plot measurements and when to become concerned about a child’s growth.
Promoting Attachment and Wellbeing Part 1: Concepts
This session is the first of two in this series focusing on attachment and wellbeing.
This first session will provide an overview of attachment whilst the second (Positive Parenting and Parenting Issues/Promoting Attachment and Wellbeing Part 2: Practice) will explore the range of attachment-based interventions that help to foster secure attachment.
The School Health Team
This session will explore the key aspects of a 21st century school health service, describing the multidisciplinary team involved in achieving optimum health for all school children aged between 5 and 12 years.
It will contextualise the development of the school health team and its transition to modern day public health practice.
Introduction to Special Educational Needs
This session gives an overview of the different types of special educational needs and barriers to learning.
Introduction to Leadership and LeAD
This session will explore the concepts of leadership in the clinical setting. It also introduces you to the e-learning support for the development of clinical leadership (LeAD) and its relationship with the Medical/Clinical Leadership Competency Framework (MLCF/CLCF).
Introduction to the Medical/Clinical Leadership Competency Framework
This session provides an overview of the Medical/Clinical Leadership Competency Framework (MLCF/CLCF). It explains how it has been constructed and how it can be used.
History of plastic surgery
This session provides an overview of the developments that have helped to shape the speciality of plastic surgery.
Planning and orientation of skin incisions
This session describes the methods that can be used by plastic surgeons to plan the orientation of skin incisions.
Principles of transplant immunology
This session provides a comprehensive account of transplant immunology, focusing on those aspects of greatest relevance to plastic surgeons (e.g. skin, limb and face allotransplantation).
Imaging Modalities and Volume Definition for Prostate Brachytherapy
Common imaging modalities for prostate brachytherapy and their characteristics are presented, along with techniques and examples for volume definition using each of the modalities.
IGBT Cervix Terms and Definitions
This session describes the terms and definitions used in image-guided brachytherapy for cervix cancer.
Starting and Using Estrogen Containing Hormonal Contraceptives - 1
This session looks at choice of contraceptive methods which contain estrogen, often termed 'combined hormonal contraception'. It gives an overview of the benefits and risks for these methods.
Managing Hormonal Side Effects
Assessment and management of hormonal side effects in users of hormonal contraceptives.