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iHV promotes raising the standards in health visiting practice through a series of e-learning for health online modules.

We have several e-learning modules developed by ourselves for our Associate members on topics such as:
PMH; Safeguarding; DVA; IMH; Child Safety; Developing Resilience; Healthy Weight, Healthy Nutrition.

Plus other important e-learning available on e-LfH.

Please note these e-learning modules are designed for health visitors who have already undertaken many years’ education and training in nursing and/or midwifery as well as health visiting. They are designed to build on the theoretical underpinning 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 employers vicarious liability. The Institute is not responsible for the application of these resources in practice.

 

Domestic Slavery

This e-learning programme has been developed by Institute of Health Visiting experts in partnership with Her Majesty’s Government and the support of other partner organisations, especially the Salvation Army and child protection charity, Afruca.

 

Healthy Weight, Healthy Nutrition

The creation of the e-learning was supported by a grant from the Burdett Trust and is based on the iHV’s Healthy Weight Healthy Nutrition training. This e-learning helps health visitors to update their knowledge and skills for addressing healthy weight and healthy nutrition issues in practice.

 

Domestic Violence and Abuse

Based on the iHV’s Domestic Violence training, this e-learning helps health visitors to update their knowledge and skills for addressing domestic violence issues in practice.

 

Perinatal Depression and other Maternal Mental Health disorders

Based on the iHV’s Perinatal Mental Health training, these e-learning modules  help health visitors to update their knowledge and skills.

 

Child Accident Prevention e-learning

These two e-learning modules are developed by Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) and iHV Fellow Amanda Whelan, professional lead for health visiting at Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust.  They are designed especially for health visitors.

 

Developing Resilience with Compassion e-learning

Based on the iHV’s Developing Resilience with Compassion training, this e-learning helps health visitors to update their knowledge and skills for developing resilience with compassion in practice.

 

Infant Mental Health e-learning

Based on the iHV’s Infant Mental Health training, these three e-learning modules help health visitors to update their knowledge and skills for addressing infant mental health issues in practice.

 

Safeguarding e-learning

Based on the iHV’s Safeguarding training, these three e-learning modules help health visitors to update their knowledge and skills for addressing safeguarding issues in practice.

 

Disability Matters e-learning package for iHV

The iHV e-learning package on Disability Matters supports both newly-qualified and experienced health visitors in understanding some of the issues faced by families when they receive a diagnosis of disability or learning difficulty for their child/children.

 

HEE Statutory and Mandatory e-learning

Health Education England (HEE) has updated and refreshed the e-learning training sessions for the ten core statutory and mandatory topics as defined in the UK Core Skills Training Framework for the health and social care workforce.

 

HEE HCP e-learning

Raising the standards in health visiting practice through online modules around the Healthy Child Programme (HCP).

Accessing these e-learning packages  is through the e-LfH portal.  You will need your NMC Pin to register.

 

PHE/HEE Smoking in Pregnancy e-learning

This e-learning programme focuses on the delivery of very brief advice (VBA) on smoking to pregnant women, including carbon monoxide (CO) screening.

 

HEE Avoiding Term Admissions Into Neonatal Units e-learning

An interactive e-learning resource to support a reduction in avoidable admissions of full-term babies to neonatal units to keep mother and baby together.

 

 

HEE Immunisation e-learning

An interactive e-learning resource to support the training of healthcare practitioners involved with advising on and/or delivering immunisations across the life course.

 

HEE Infant Feeding e-Learning

A new e-learning programme to support education around the implementation of Baby Friendly standards in healthcare and public healthcare settings has been developed.

 

HEE Oral Health Promotion e-learning

The oral health promotion session of the Healthy Child Programme (HCP) on Health Education England’s e-learning for Healthcare.

The resource is aimed at the early years workforce including health visitors, nurses and the child health team working with pregnancy and the first five years of life.

 

HEE Children’s Oral Health Advice e-learning

This e-learning programme provides information and advice about children’s oral health. It is aimed at parents, expectant mothers, early years healthcare workers, teachers, nurses, GPs and the public.

 

HEE Making Every Contact Count e-learning

This HEE e-learning package is intended for anyone who has contact with people to make every contact count and develop public health knowledge.

 

HEE ASQ:SE-2™ e-learning

Developed by Health Education England, the Department of Health, e-Learning for Healthcare  and the University of Hertfordshire, the ASQ:SE-2™ e-learning tool is designed to assess the social and emotional development of children whereas the ASQ-3™ is focused on physical, communications and cognitive development.

 

NICE: Children’s attachment e-learning

NICE online learning tool – Children’s attachment.

The tool sets out a practical way to support children and young people who may have attachment difficulties, as well as their carers and families.

 

HEE Cultural Competence e-learning

The purpose of the tool is to support clinicians in the NHS to gain knowledge and understanding of the issues around culture and health; and how this might influence health care outcomes.

 

PHE and HEE Community-Centred Approaches to Health Improvement e-learning

Public Health England (PHE) and Health Education England (HEE) have produced a new e-Learning for Health programme on community-centred approaches to health improvement.

 

HEE Child Sexual Abuse Awareness e-learning

Seen and Heard is a joint initiative from the Department of Health, The Children’s Society and NHS England – focused on raising awareness of child sexual abuse (CSA) and exploitation (CSE), the e-learning course provides an authentic, child-centred perspective on abuse and exploitation.

 

HEE FGM e-Learning

This HEE e-learning resource is designed to raise greater awareness and help support healthcare professionals when working with women and girls who are victims of female genital mutilation (FGM).

 

HEE - Think Sepsis e-learning

Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH), in partnership with the Royal College of General Practitioners, has launched an e-learning programme for healthcare professionals about sepsis.

 

Foetal Alcohol Syndrome e-learning

This e-learning resource, developed by NHS Education for Scotland, aims to substantially reduce the harm caused by alcohol consumption in pregnancy.

 

 

RCPCH: Recognising Neuromuscular Disorders

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH), in partnership with the John Walton Muscular Dystrophy Research Centre in Newcastle and the Great North Children’s Hospital, has developed an e-learning tool which aims to help healthcare professionals identify the early signs of muscle disease.

 

RSPH Understanding and responding to gambling-related harm e-learning

This free e-learning course, from the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), has been developed with charity GambleAware. This resource will provide useful guidance to those providing brief interventions to address risks and harms related to problematic gambling.