Launch of Frailty, E-Learning for Excellence in Frailty Identification Assessment Training evaluation
Have you completed the Frailty, E-Learning for Excellence in Frailty Identification, Assessment training? https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/frailty/ developed by frailty specialists, Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH), the London Clinical Network for Frailty, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Wessex AHSN?
If you have you have, we would appreciate your feedback on the impact it has had on your practice to inform our evaluation of the e-learning.
If you have completed Tier 1 please complete the evaluation form below:
If you have completed Tier 2a please complete the evaluation form below:
If you have completed Tier 2b please complete the evaluation form below:
The evaluation will be open until the 5 November 2021 and will enable a review of uptake of the e-learning across Wessex, London and nationally, by staff groups/ settings (including care homes) to identify further areas of focus. The form will take around 20 minutes to complete but will provide invaluable insight into the impact the training has had across systems and sectors.
Would you like to be part of a focus group?
In addition to this there will be the development of a suite of case studies to demonstrate post frailty training:
There will be opportunity to participate in focus groups to share your experiences and insights – if you are interested in taking part please email email@example.com by the 5 November. The focus groups will be held during mid - late November 2021.
Launch of Frailty, E-Learning for Excellence in Frailty Identification Assessment Training May 2021
Wessex Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) Hampshire Hospitals Foundation Trust (HHFT), in collaboration with the London Clinical Frailty Network and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Health Education England are delighted to announce the launch of Frailty, E-Learning for Excellence in Frailty Identification, Assessment and Personalised Care (Tier 1 and 2).
Please access the training at: https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/Component/Details/683810, or via Frailty - e-Learning for Healthcare alongside the frailty screening toolkits at https://wessexahsn.org.uk/projects/316/frailty-screening-and-identification
This exciting and novel collaboration has enabled the development of an e-learning programme aimed at standardising training and knowledge of frailty as a complex multi-system, long term condition.
The education programme is compliant with the ‘Frailty, A framework of core capabilities’ (2018) and has been funded through Health Education England’s Urgent and Emergency Care Workforce Collaborative for London. The e-learning compliments the Tier 3 British Geriatrics Society capabilities and skills.
We extend our thanks to our Wessex AHSN Healthy Ageing network in contributing to this exemplary, national resource. The work has been truly collaborative in approach and has bought together a range of subject matter frailty experts from across the Wessex AHSN Healthy ageing network and the London Clinical Frailty Network including (not exhaustive):