Redevelopment of Education for Health Website
29 June 2011Education for Health are pleased to announce the redevelopment of their website for more relevance and engagement to a greater number of healthcare professionals both in the UK and internationally.
http://www.educationforhealth.org/ now incorporates a fresh, clean and contemporary design for ease of navigation across the whole site. Clear, new signposting from the home page allows for quick access to key areas of interest including our stories in focus, latest news, and the new featured area for video links to watch and learn from.
As part of this development, we are showcasing our eLearning materials which are designed with healthcare professionals in mind. They include interactive eLearning features such as video, audio, animation and illustrations and are based on real patient case studies throughout to support development within clinical practice. Healthcare professionals can choose where and when to undertake their learning so it's much more flexible for their needs, wherever they are based either in the UK or internationally.
We are delighted to be able to provide a free taste of some of our Open University accredited eLearning courses through our taster sessions for Asthma, COPD, CVD Risk and Spirometry.
There's even more on offer in our newly developed World of eLearning. From here healthcare professionals can find a variety of interactive educational resources and practical tools to use in their day to day contact with patients and find out more about the advantages of eLearning and the experiences of real students who have already undertaken the eLearning route with Education for Health.
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