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Thursday, July 17, 2014, Issue 119

Are you making the most of the e-Learning for Healthcare programme?

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The e-Learning for Healthcare programme provides web-based learning resources for radiographers, students, educators and the multiprofessional workforce.

It is a Department of Health project that has been developed in partnership with the NHS, the College of Radiographers, and other professional bodies.

NHS staff are able to access the e-learning for free, 24 hours a day, in and away from the workplace.

Anyone with the following email addresses can benefit from e-LfH for free:


Students, educators and tutors are also able to register for and access e-LfH. Click here to find out how.

The programme’s content is available to clinicians outside the NHS for an annual cost.

The Image Interpretation programme in the project includes modules on the adult and paediatric skeleton; abdomen and chest; cross-sectional imaging for neuro-emergencies, both CT and MRI; musculoskeletal MRI; ultrasound imaging including gynaecological, abdominal, men's health, vascular, musculoskeletal, paediatric, head and neck and obstetric ultrasound; multi-modality breast imaging; gastrointestinal (GI) and genitourinary imaging; nuclear medicine imaging; and cardiac imaging.

Radiotherap-e aims to provide the knowledge base and practical skills training to support the implementation of advanced radiotherapy techniques in the UK. Modules include intensity modulated radiotherapy, image guided radiotherapy, stereotactic radiotherapy, prostate brachytherapy, and image guided brachytherapy for cervix cancers

Details and access to all modules are at

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