Free online diabetes & insulin training

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Free online diabetes & insulin training
Insulin safety training ensures a reduction in insulin related incidences. (special syringe for insuline injections image by Maria Brzostowska from Fotolia.com)

In July of 2010, the National Health Service (NHS) Diabetes organisation of the UK initiated a free online insulin safety training course with the help of the National Healthcare e-Academy. A Rapid Response Report by the NHS National Patient Safety Agency (NPSA) mandated the free online insulin training program to decrease insulin related incidences.

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Application

NHS and the Healthcare e-Academy provide the online insulin e-learning course for free to all health care workers who prepare, prescribe and administer insulin to patients. The Healthcare e-Academy only requires that health care workers register before they can take the online insulin training, for completion tracking purposes.

The Program

After completing the Healthcare e-Academy registration, you can choose to take a voluntary e-learning system tutorial or go directly into the online insulin training. The NHS e-learning course gives a quiz at the end to verify trainee comprehension. After completing the quiz, you can print a learner certificate and are required to complete a feedback questionnaire. You must finish the questionnaire for the course to register as "complete" under your name.

Technical Information

The Healthcare e-Academy recommends taking the NHS online insulin e-learning course with the sound on so that you can hear the provided narration. Enable your browser's pop-ups in order to access all the content provided by NHS during the course. You can access the Healthcare e-Academy site from any computer that has an Internet connection.

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