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

In recognition of the complex needs required to care for patients suffering from COVID-19, a large number of staff are being asked to refresh skills they may not have used for a while, learn new skills and work in unfamiliar areas. In recognition of the need to deliver training to support these new ways of working, a training day was delivered to the surgical directorate and filmed for future reference.

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; 

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The topics covered are:
  1. COVID 19: an overview
  2. Arterial lines and arterial blood gas interpretation
  3. Central lines
  4. Management of pneumothoraces in ventilated patients
  5. Trouble shooting catheterisation

6.   Preparing infusions and using infusion pumps
7.   Proning intubated patient
8.   ITU: an overview
9.   ITU prescribing
10. ITU instability

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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;

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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 full list of available resources, as well as details of how to access them, can be found on the HEE e-LfH COVID-19 programme page: Click to view >>

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.