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.

Accessing Journal Articles

These videos showing you how to get access to the full text of journal articles using OpenAthens, Google Scholar and King’s College London’s libraries can now be found on the Finding Evidence course. This course also includes additional elearning to guide you in finding the information you need to support your work, professional development and research. It will help with questions such as: Where should I look for information? How can I access the full text of a journal article? How do I find reviews/guidelines/summaries of evidence? I’m getting lots of irrelevant results/finding nothing at all - how can I get better results? How do I develop a search strategy?

The Resilience Challenge: Adapting Safely in Healthcare

This quick interactive game explores how frontline staff handle common pressures safely at work.

Realising Your Potential

A range of inspirational speakers share their personal stories and professional wisdom on how to achieve career goals as an individual, or help others develop their full potential within a diverse team or more widely across your organisation.

Introduction to Practice-Based Teaching

These interactive modules provide practical advice and theoretical tips for conducting effective student tutorials in a general practice surgery or other community settings.

Planning and Conducting Research - The Basics

This presentation provides an overview of how to plan a research project, from formulating a research question through to publishing the results. It is suitable for both students and clinical staff designing their first piece of research.

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