EasiLearning Course tested in the nLMS

An EasiLearning course has been successfully tested in the nLMS. The National Learning Management System (nLMS) is a way for all NHS employees with a staff record on ESR to access elearning courses written for the NHS. This means that all EasiLearning courses may now be commissioned to be available to an NHS organisation with the NHS.

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Hospital Settings courses announced

EasiLearning online courses were originally developed for healthcare professionals working in a Community setting. However, as a result of requests from a number of our clients, versions of our Anaphylactic Shock (Standard) and Patient Group Directions are now available for those working in a Hospitals Setting. A version of our Clinical Nutrition Screening course for ‘MUST’ is under development. EasiLearning courses are available to organisations to evaluate without cost or commitment at this LINK

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Roger Bowden joins EasiLearning

Roger Bowden, who may well be known to you through his many years working with NHS IM&T departments across the UK, has recently joined EasiLearning. Roger has extensive experience of working with the NHS in Scotland for over 25 years through his previous management roles with organisations such as Community Health Computing, Cerner Corporation, McDonnell Douglas Information Systems (MDIS), Northgate Information Solutions Ltd and iSOFT.

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Date set for inquiry into C. diff deaths

According to at article by Karl Mansfield in the Aberdeen Press and Journal published today, a date has now been set for an inquiry into C. diff deaths. Relatives of 18 people who died in a hospital bug outbreak said yesterday that a public inquiry into the deaths now seemed a “reality” after a start date for the hearing was set.
Scottish Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon ordered the inquiry into the Clostridium difficile deaths in Vale of Leven Hospital at Alexandria, West Dunbartonshire, last year. C. diff was blamed for the deaths of nine patients and was said to be a contributory factor in the deaths of another nine. A total of 55 patients at the hospital were affected by the bug between December 2007 and June 2008.

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NHS IM&T departments guilty of malpractice?

According to a recent article in the Guardian by Charles Arthur, many NHS and government sites may be exposed to a serious security risk. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer version 6 running on Windows XP has been broken into by Chinese hackers. Microsoft does not appear to be concerned because IE version 6 is now ‘old hat’ having been released way back in 2000 – but an estimated 750,000 PCs across the NHS still have this combination of browser and operating system.

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EasiLearning PGD Training course in line with new national guidelines

The National Prescribing Centre released updated guidelines in December 2009 on Patient Group Directions and the document entitled “A practical guide and framework of competencies for all professionals using patient group directions” is now available from their website www.npc.co.uk

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