Off the shelf elearning. Healthcare.
Fluids and nutrition
Malnutrition is a common problem affecting several million people in the UK at any one time. It’s caused when an individual does not eat and/or drink enough calories, protein or other nutrients.Consequently, it alters the body’s ability to function properly and reduces their quality of life.
What’s included in this course?
Would you know what to do if a colleague suffered a life-threatening anaphylactic reaction?
Find out about the roles and responsibilities of a chaperone and the chaperoning process.
Improve your knowledge of the important aspects of diabetes care for your patients.
End of life care
Help to ensure that high-quality, person-centred care is delivered to individuals approaching the end of their life.
Discover why falls are the number one reason why people visit A&E and learn to recognise fall risk factors in your organisation.
Fluids and nutrition
Get to know the MUST toolkit and explore how malnutrition affects people in the UK.
Infection prevention and control
Infection prevention and control and basic hygiene are at the heart of good management and clinical practice.
Moving and handling (health and social care)
Avoid back pain and musculoskeletal disorders by learning the correct practice for moving and handling activities.
Learn about this essential aspect of care that’s central to a person’s comfort, dignity, appearance and wellbeing.
Pressure ulcer awareness
This introduction offers guidance on the causes of pressure ulcers, as well as preventative strategies to consider.
Safe handling of medicines
Discover what it means to ensure the safe handling of medicines according to UK law.
Waste management (clinical)
Learn about why healthcare providers need to manage waste, the storage of healthcare waste and waste documentation.
An overview of wound assessment, wound bed preparation and wound dressing and management.
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