The new National Breast Imaging Academy e-Learning for Healthcare programme (e-LfH) will contain over 150 e-learning sessions designed to provide comprehensive coverage of all aspects of breast imaging and relevant aspects of breast surgery, pathology, nursing, oncology and risk and prevention. The new programme will complement face-to-face clinical training and will also provide valuable CPD resources for qualified staff.
Expert authors and editors have been recruited from the breast imaging community and its allied professions to develop the new programme which will be freely available to all NHS staff. The programme was due to formally launch in autumn, but with the coronavirus response having an impact on trainees and face-to-face learning, the NBIA and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare accelerated the launch and around 80 completed sessions are available now to support learning for radiographers, radiologists and breast clinicians.
Find out more about the National Breast Imaging Academy e-LfH programme here: e-LfH website
Radiographers, breast clinicians and radiologists wishing to write or edit content for the new breast imaging e-Learning for Healthcare programme should contact the Academy here