e-Learning for Healthcare
Health Education England work with e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) to provide free online resources to support practitioners and NHS workers to develop in and beyond their current role.
If you do not already have an account, click here to register using your NHS email address. If you already have an account, please use the same link to firstly log in to access the following resources.
Resources useful to those working in primary care include:
What is Primary Care: This session will introduce you to the world of primary care, the changes that are happening and the challenges for the future.
Making Every Contact Count: This session is designed to support learners in developing an understanding of public health and the factors that impact on a person’s health and wellbeing. It focuses on how asking questions and listening effectively to people is a vital role for us all.
NHS Continuing Healthcare: This e-learning resource is designed to enhance and develop the knowledge and application of NHS Continuing Healthcare to all practitioners involved in the breadth of the process and to provide a uniform approach to a national standard.
Career change to AHP - This programme provides guidance surrounding the 14 Allied Health Professional roles and support for the transition into one of these roles.
Care Certificate - This programme offers learning materials to support the development of knowledge, skills and behaviours required to achieve all 15 Standards of the Care Certificate.
Role specific courses cover areas such as Hypertension, Nutrition and Obesity, A day in the life of a Podiatrist, Social prescribing – learning for link workers, Paediatric Skills and a range of others relevant to particular specialties.
> If you are in a nursing role and looking for e-Learning resources, please click here to view a list of courses that you may find suitable.
> If you are in a GP Administration role and looking for e-Learning resources, please click here to view a list of courses that you may find suitable.
> If you are looking for courses related to a particular new role in primary care, please click here to access our New Roles Resource and navigate to your role, then select “Training and Development”. This will specify courses relevant to your role as well as any other training resources that you may find useful.
These lists are not exhaustive and the programmes available are regularly updated, so we recommend visiting the e-LfH portal and reviewing the available resources via using the “View full catalogue” function, or the “Search the e-learning" function.