Online learning has never been easier or more accessible. It can be undertaken these days on a computer, tablet or mobile phone and therefore can also be accessed even on the move! It’s also great fun to create with a vast array of software to enable the creator build it. Now I’m no e-learning technologist so I’m just experimenting. I’ve created a number of mini online learning experiences and as a result of my ‘personal learning curve’ they don’t currently have a consistency about them – but bear with me on this journey. I hope each one taken at face value could be a useful learning experience for you!
Each one below has a short description. Click on the image for access.
What is travel medicine?
This is a short e learning module that introduces you to UK based travel medicine and shows you some of the key resources we use in this field.
Malaria Matters course
This is a large piece of work takes the learner through all the information in the Guidelines for malaria prevention in travellers from the UK. It is another e learning programme and takes approximately 6 hours to complete. For more information and details of access click on the image left.
This online resource is a collection of information about the global rabies situation; pre-exposure for occupational risk guidance; advice to help a traveller understand the importance of prevention; post exposure management and where to go for advice and much more. The online learning tool will connect you with all the resources you need to be aware of and more!
Hepatitis A – Nuggets of Knowledge
This is a short bespoke e learning programme that will explain all the rules about Hepatitis A vaccines that we use in the UK in normal times. It doesn’t discuss the current issues around vaccine shortages at the present. The learning will take approximately 30 minutes and is suitable not only for those new to travel health but those experienced as well.
Hepatitis A – vaccine shortages
This online learning comprises a short presentation on the current issues about the hepatitis A vaccine shortages and explains the dose sparing guidelines published by Public Health England during this temporary period. The video lasts just over 15 minutes and the resource will provide you with links to all the key resources mentioned.