Useful Resources

Health Education England worked in partnership with the College of Paramedics to develop new sessions in the Public Health for Paramedics module. The module itself provides an introduction to the principles and practice of Public Health, designed to equip paramedics with the knowledge and understanding which will enable them to contribute more effectively to the Public Health agenda. 

For more information, please visit the Paramedics programme page.

Health Education England elearning for healthcare (HEE elfh) worked in partnership with the College of Paramedics to develop 2 new sessions in the Long Term Conditions for Paramedics module. The module has been developed to support paramedics knowledge and skills in treating and managing long term conditions. 

The new sessions are Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Heart Failure. 

 

Existing sessions include, but are not limited to 

  • Asthma 
  • Diabetes 
  • Epilepsy 
  • Heart Failure 
  • Living with Stroke 
  • Why Falls and Frailty Matter 

This CPD module will be useful for experienced paramedics, students or assistant practitioners. The interactive, online sessions can be accessed on a variety of mobile devices and take approximately 20 minutes to complete. 

HEE launches new roadmap for paramedic careers

Health Education England has developed a new pathway to help paramedics advance their careers.
The ‘roadmap to practice’ outlines the skills and attributes needed to help paramedics become first contact practitioners (FCPs) or advanced practitioners (APs).

View the full Roadmap here.

 

MindEd is a free educational resource for mental health support and its “Blue Light” modules are now available in the Paramedics elearning programme. The resource aims to enhance the physical and mental wellbeing of emergency responders, who experience stress and trauma as a result of their jobs.  

 

Blue Light modules include:  

  • Top Tips for Blue Light Managers and Team Leaders  
  • Top Tips for Blue Light Team Members 
  • Blue Light Services Building Staff Psychosocial Resilience and Wellbeing 

Learn more about the top tips by visiting the Top Tips for Blue Light Staff page in the MindEd website. 

The Blue Light Services Building Staff Psychosocial Resilience and Wellbeing resource was developed to help learners identify colleagues who are struggling, and offer advice to better support one another and manage early distress. 

Blue Light modules were written by leading experts from the Royal College of Psychiatrists, in collaboration with the College of Paramedics and representatives from the Police and Fire Services. 

 

How can I access the Paramedics elearning programme? 

For more information and to register for the elearning  programme, please visit the Paramedics programme page.