Online Vaccination Training for Pharmacists

EasiLearning Ltd has announced a new online course called ‘Vaccination Training for Pharmacists’.  This course provides a pharmacist with the necessary background theory prior to coming on a practical training session.

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Anaphylactic Shock V3 online refresher training course released

EasiLearning is pleased to be able to announce the release of a major new version of our popular Anaphylactic Shock refresher online courses.

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2010 Resuscitation Council Guidelines

The UK Resuscitation Council has released the 2010 Resucitation Guidelines on 18th October. These contain detailed information about emergency life support and give guidance about some of the issues of basic and advanced life support for adults, paediatrics and babies.  Guidelines for the use of Automated External Defibrillators and other related topics are also included. For further information, refer to the website by clicking HERE. Note that it is possible to download the 2010 Guidelines in pdf format. There are no changes that impact the way emergency responders should deal with an anaphylactic reaction, so EasiLearning’s range of Anaphylactic Shock courses are unaffected by this announcement.

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Chaperone Training

Jane Lambert, Director of ECG Training ltd, argues in an article (pubished in Practice Nursing 2010, vol 21, No 7) that GP Surgeries should have a chaperone policy in place and maintains that chaperone training for receptionists should be provided. For the full article, click here

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Fast healthcare adopt Train and Track

Fast healthcare a supplier of quality clinical training courses has adopted the EasiLearning Train and Track system to enable management to track trainees using their training courses without the need for any additional IT infrastructure. According to Richard Norrie, Managing Director of Fast healthcare, Train and Track will make their courses accessable to many more organisations.  “With Train and Track, organisations who do not have or prefer not to use a Learning Management System are now able to deploy our courses and have the ability to produce records of trainees, their scores and dates of completion. Many get bogged down in complex IT infrastructure when they just want to train their staff and produce records for training and clinical governance purposes. Of course, we will continue to offer SCORM versions for those organisations that prefer this approach.”

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Many Nurses forced to self-fund Training

According to an article by Steve Ford in the Nursing Times, about a third of nurses have been self funding their own post registration training in key subjects such as Health and Safety, Child Protection and BLS. This information has come to light following a survey conducted by the Royal College of Nursing.

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