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The Lived Experience of Dementia

Understanding the lived experience of dementia enables health and social care staff to develop a deeper appreciation of the challenges of living with dementia, focusing attention on the things that make us feel human. Suitable for all NHS and social care staff. Read more

Essentials of Wound Care Education for the Health and Care Workforce

This aims to develop an understanding of skin anatomy and function, skin assessment, different types of wounds, wound assessment, causes of leg ulceration, types of leg ulceration and their management. There are three sessions (skin care, wound assessment and leg ulceration). Certificate available on completion of each of the sessions. Suitable for all NHS and …

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Frailty

This explores the multi-system complexity of frailty via the Geriatric 5Ms – Mind, Mobility, Medications, Multi-complexity and Matters. Suitable for all NHS and social care staff. Read more

Geriatric Medicine

The programme provides learning on the acute presentation of illness in older people, anaesthesia, dementia care and multi-professional care presented in the form of e-learning sessions and podcasts. Suitable for all NHS and social care staff. Read more

Harm Free Care

This is designed to support frontline teams in delivering harm free care, as defined by an absence of four common harms: pressure ulcers, harm from falls, urine infections in patients with a catheter and venous thromboembolism (VTE). Suitable for all NHS and social care staff. Read more

Healthier Weight Competency Framework

The emphasis of this framework is on prevention of excess weight and early intervention, rather than treatment. It is grounded in a person-centred approach and aligns with making every contact count. There are three modules suitable for frontline health and care staff; managers; commissioners and leaders. Read more

Healthy School Child

This programme comprises 41 e-learning sessions, grouped together by topic into 7 learning modules. These have been written specifically about the health of school-aged children. Each e-learning session takes approximately 20-30 minutes to complete. Suitable for all healthcare professionals working with children aged 5-12 years. Read more

Helping People Living in Cold Homes

This empowers professionals to direct people in cold homes to services that can help them overcome the problem. Completion of the MECC (Making Every Contact Count) training would be an advantage, but not essential. Suitable for staff who visit patients, service users or customers in their homes. Read more

Hydration in older people

This module has been designed to increase knowledge and confidence in assessing an older person’s hydration needs and minimising their risk of poor hydration in a person-centred way. Suitable for all staff working with older people in the community, including care home staff, home carers, family carers and volunteers. Read more