Several resources have been contributed to the Learning Hub that are aimed at educators supporting colleagues who have returned to practice to support the COVID-19 response.
These resources include:
This document describes how Microsoft Teams can be used to support simulation and is one of a selection of resources that describes how technology is being used to support simulation-based education during the pandemic.
As part of the #ReStartSim suite of resources, this resource demonstrates how to deliver a virtual simulation using PowerPoint.
The #ReStartSim resources will provide a range of technical solutions including, for example, ways to stream, capture, share and make remote sessions interactive and experiential.
HEE is supporting the delivery of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education following the closure of physical learning spaces and the difficulty to conduct face to face learning, by providing Microsoft Teams as the preferred communication and collaborative tool across the NHS. This resource supports trainers using Microsoft Teams to deliver remote teaching.
COVID-19 simulation exercises, scripts and scenarios:
A set of three simulation scenarios, with imaging such as ECGs and X-RAYs
attached, have been developed by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. These are useful for any COVID simulation practice.
The simulation follows the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, Royal College of Anaesthetists, Integrated Care System and Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland online published guidance. The content, based on the published guidance, was created by Glenfield Hospital and Leicester General Hospital, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust.
To support countries’ preparedness effort on the COVID-19 outbreak, WHO`s Department of Health Security and Preparedness has developed various COVID-19 tabletop exercise (TTX) packages.
The Learning Hub is a digital platform that provides easy access to a wide range of education and training resources for the health and care workforce. Organisations and users can contribute and share resources for those in health and care to access.
It only takes a few minutes to contribute a resource to the Learning Hub. You can sign into the Learning Hub either using an e-Learning for Healthcare username and password or NHS OpenAthens user account details or by creating an account on the Learning Hub and using those details. Select “Contribute a new resource” and populate the form with details including the resource title, type, description and author details.
For more information about the Learning Hub follow us on Twitter: @HEE_TEL and visit the Learning Hub website to read about our journey so far.