Learning Materials

The Learning Hub has a number of e-learning modules, courses, videos and self-assessments available which focus on a range of specialist clinical areas. Recently added learning materials appear at the top of this list, or you can search using the keyword and filter options.

Most of the learning materials are open to all registered users of the Learning Hub – please use the links above to register or log in to the site, then enrol yourself to view any material that interests you.

Stroke and the Vascular Anatomy of the Brain

This module will help you: Recognise the common presentations of a stroke Know the anatomy of the cerebral arterial system including their vascular territories Understand the relationship between the cerebral arterial system and presenting symptoms Apply module knowledge to clinical context: be able to recognise key features of stroke and be aware of management

ecancer series

Ecancer is a not for profit, independent organisation with over 10 years' experience in providing easily accessible educational content free to the global oncology community. Ecancer's library of over 2500 videos is also available to you to help you keep up to date with the latest developments in cancer care. Ecancer is the leading oncology channel committed to improving cancer communication and education with the goal of optimising patient care and outcomes.

Chief Investigator Insights

This series of interviews will provide an invaluable tool for various Chief Investigators to learn the tricks of the trade. If you're starting out in your research career as a Chief Investigator, or even if you're a seasoned one, there are invaluable nuggets of information to discover.

MRI Teaching Snippets

This module offers digestible nuggets of MRI info for radiographers.

Academic Foundation Programme – Finding Literature

This course is for Academic Foundation Programme trainees to complete ahead of their face-to-face session on 4 October 2018. It will help you find relevant literature for your programme and research project and will cover planning a search and methods for searching databases for literature. The session will build on this and allow you to practice finding literature on a topic of your choice.