• Basics

  • How is the e-learning content organised?
    • Content that is relevant to a job role or specialty 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 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?
  • What is the Hub?
    • The Hub is how e-LfH deliver 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 majority of e-LfH e-learning content is available on the Hub and is aimed at medical staff in specialties such as anaesthetics, primary care and radiology.

      In addition to the Hub, we also have a range of bespoke web applications delivering a variety of other types of e-learning resources that e-LfH has built such as the Pathopedia and Prescription Simulator. We also link to third party applications such as the iRefer guidelines, which are published and maintained by the Royal College of Radiologists.

      Non-specialty content created by e-LfH such as Safeguarding Children and Young People is also available via the National LMS which is fully integrated with the Electronic Staff Record (ESR).

      For a full list of e-LfH learning resources and content visit


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