COVID-19 Video Resources
‘How to…’ is designed to offer a visual insight into a range of equipment, procedures and interventions associated with medical practice and the delivery of care and treatment of patients. This is an evolving project that is undergoing constant development.
Introducing a new training video for Dudley Group staff who are involved in proning patients
Prone a mechanically ventilated patient with severe hypoxaemic respiratory failure
Surgical Directorate COVID-19 Training
The training is primarily aimed at surgical colleagues who may be asked to work in an intensive care environment. However, a number of the areas covered will be relevant for staff in the Medical Directorate and for Allied Health Professionals working in level 2 and level 3 care areas.
The link below navigates to the Dudley Group Postgraduate Moodle platform. If you have not been registered with a username and password for this Moodle platform please email admin at the following address to gain access; email@example.com
Please view the video titles shown below by logging into our Moodle platform using this link The topics covered are:
- COVID 19: an overview
- Arterial lines and arterial blood gas interpretation
- Central lines
- Management of pneumothoraces in ventilated patients
- Trouble shooting catheterisation
6. Preparing infusions and using infusion pumps
7. Proning intubated patient
8. ITU: an overview
9. ITU prescribing
10. ITU instability
Tomorrow’s Clinicians is a digital learning resource designed to enhance your understanding of clinical skills procedures.
It allows you to consolidate your knowledge of common procedures performed in a healthcare environment, provides a visual insight, and can be used in conjunction with local guidance.
For further information and a list of all the clinical episodes covered, please visit the Tomorrow’s Clinicians website;
e-Learning For Healthcare Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources
This is a free, open access COVID-19 e-learning programme for the UK health and care workforce, produced by Health Education England (HEE) e-Learning for Health (e-LfH).
The programme requires no log in and is suitable for NHS, independent and social care sectors.
The e-LfH COVID-19 programme is also available to individuals outside of the UK via eIntegrity, who have launched a dedicated Coronavirus e-learning programme, available to access free of charge.
eIntegrity is a partnership between HEE and the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. They provide e-learning content, usually via a licence, to the health and care workforce throughout the world. The content is currently being used in 98 countries.
Learners outside of the UK can access the resource here.
Clinical Simulation Scenarios - COVID-19 training videos
Also available on e-LfH is a selection of clinical simulation scenarios to support clinicians entering the NHS Nightingale Hospitals.
Included are videos showing clinical procedures such as ventilation and managing a prone patient.
Also available are site-specific information videos covering aspects such as patient pathways and routes in and out of the building. The simulation scenarios can be accessed here.