E-learning resources support paediatricians and other child health professionals to achieve the essential competences in a number of important areas. These can be used to support your training and CPD.
Does e-learning count towards CPD? This varies by institution. The RCPCH recognises e-learning as part of Personal CPD, and a maximum of 20 credits of this category may contribute to the annual recommended total, where one credit is equal to one hour of self-directed e-learning. For non-RCPCH we advise you speak to your professional body for more information.
Healthy Development in Young People
An exciting new resource for all professionals working with substance use in young people.
Adolescent Health Programme
The Adolescent Health e-learning programme helps to improve the outcomes and experiences of all young people.
E-Learning Resources for Clinical Audit
A free resource available to all healthcare professionals working in Clinical Audit.
Healthy Child Programme
A free online resource to support the Healthy Child: best practice programme.
Paediatric Prescribing Principles
An exciting free online resource available to all healthcare professionals with responsibility for prescribing drugs to children and young people.
Bacterial Meningitis and Meningococcal Septicaemia in Children
A free online course for healthcare professionals who want to improve their ability to assess and manage those children who present with possible bacterial meningitis and/or meningococcal septicaemia. You will need to register on the RCPCH e-learning system in order to access it. Support is available by telephone and email
Child Protection in Practice
The Child Protection in Practice e-learning course provides specialty trainees with the competencies required for their ongoing child protection practice.
HeadSmart – be brain tumour aware
The HeadSmart education module takes you through several case studies and tests your knowledge. This e-learning resource is just one of a number of tools available to help raise awareness of the symptoms of brain tumours that occur in children and young people.
As NHS employees you have access to a wide range of e-learning resources through e-learning for healthcare (e-LfH).
e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) is an award winning e-learning programme providing national, quality assured online training content for the healthcare profession. There are a number of resources available free to NHS staff and available to buy for non-NHS. If you are already an e-LfH user you can simply add new programmes to your existing account.