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About eIntegrity

  • What is eIntegrity?
    • eIntegrity is a community interest company which provides access to high-quality, accessible online learning for healthcare professionals worldwide. This e-learning has been developed by the UK’s medical royal colleges, NHSE elearning for healthcare and other leading professional bodies.

      Originally created for the UK National Health Service, this e-learning is now available worldwide for the benefit of the global healthcare community. All net income from licensing is reinvested in updating existing e-learning and developing new resources.

      The programmes cover a very wide range of specialties, from intensive care medicine through to dermatology and child health. The content has a patient-centred approach. It has been written and peer-reviewed by practising clinicians and regularly updated to reflect the latest clinical practice.

      eIntegrity’s programmes can either be used as standalone resources or to complement more traditional methods, such as classroom and textbook learning. The e-learning is highly engaging and interactive, using high-quality images, video, audio, animations, and real-life case studies to help embed learning and understanding.

  • What is elearning for healthcare?
    • elearning for healthcare (elfh) is responsible for providing healthcare e-learning to National Health Service (NHS) staff in the UK. elfh works in partnership with various content providers (including the UK’s medical royal colleges) to provide these training materials. This e-learning is made available to the global healthcare workforce via eIntegrity.

      Find out more on the elfh website.

  • What is the relationship between elearning for healthcare and eIntegrity?
    • eIntegrity is a community interest company. It licences elearning for healthcare’s learning programmes internationally (outside the UK) and to the private health and care sectors in the UK.

  • What quality assurance is in place?
    • Our e-learning materials are written and peer-reviewed by leading subject experts and developed in association with the UK’s prestigious medical royal colleges and other professional bodies. The content has been developed using appropriate educational guidance and principles.

  • How do I know whether the e-learning content is up to date and clinically appropriate?
    • All e-learning content has been developed in partnership with the UK’s medical royal colleges and other leading professional bodies. Our clinical partners are the experts in their fields and we rely on their knowledge and experience to ensure that the content is clinically appropriate and reflects current best practice. The sessions have undergone rigorous scrutiny before publication.

      The programmes are subject to regular and ongoing review but we also update individual sessions as and when required. However, if you think that a particular session or programme needs to be updated, please use the feedback option available via the Portal. Find out more about how to provide feedback on sessions.