The Scottish Government has launched a free FASD eLearning resource on the NHS Education for Scotland (NES) website (requires registering with NES/TURAS). The NES resource describes diagnostic pathways for children whom practitioners have concerns about and links with the Getting It Right For Every Child National Practice Model for multi-disciplinary assessment and planning to address wellbeing needs (estimated 1 hour 40 minute completion time).
Please note these e-learning modules are designed for health visitors who have already undertaken many years of education and training in nursing and/or midwifery as well as health visiting. They are designed to build on the theoretical underpinning that you use in practice, whilst refreshing and updating your practice.
Other members utilising the resources must do so within their own sphere of practice and within the jurisdiction of their employer’s vicarious liability. The Institute is not responsible for the application of these resources in practice.