How is the e-learning content organised?
Content that is relevant to a job role or speciality is structured into a programme of learning materials. The best platform for each specific type of e-learning resource is determined by the parent programme.
To gain access to an e-learning resource, please refer to the appropriate programme pages on www.e-lfh.org.uk. This will provide you with information on the conditions that have to be met in order to access the content and how to register.
Once you have registered, e-learning resources are available via your account.
Learn more about registering.
Where can I find out more about specific e-learning programmes and their e-learning content?
Each programme has its own web pages that you can access on the e-LfH website.
Information on all the programmes available can be found at https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes
What is the Hub?
The Hub is how e-LfH delivers the e-learning content to the users of the service and tracks your online learning to support your training records.
What is available through the Hub and who is it available to?
The e-LfH content available on the Hub provides e-learning to educate and train the health and social care workforce.
In addition to the Hub, we also have a range of bespoke web applications delivering a variety of types of e-learning resources created by e-LfH. These include the Pathopedia and Prescription Simulator.
Non-speciality content created by e-LfH, such as Safeguarding Children and Young People, is also available via the Electronic Staff Record (ESR).
For a full list of e-LfH learning resources and content visit the e-LfH programme list.
What quality assurance processes has the e-LfH e-learning content been through?
Our e-learning materials are written by subject experts and quality assured by recognised and widely respected professional bodies. They have been assembled using appropriate educational guidance and principles.
How do I know the e-learning content is up to date and still clinically appropriate?
All e-learning content is developed in partnership with professional bodies and the NHS. These clinical partners are the experts in their field and we rely on their knowledge and experience to ensure that the content of our sessions is clinically appropriate. Before going live, all sessions are reviewed by a separate clinician for accuracy.
It is inevitable, however, that content becomes out of date. We regularly put whole programmes through a full review and update process but we also update individual sessions as and when required.
If you think that a particular session or programme needs to be updated, please use the feedback option available via the Hub.
Find out more about how to provide feedback on sessions.