Hospital collection

Hospital Collection

Improve knowledge
Improve care


We have worked closely with medical and nursing experts to develop this collection of high-quality, evidence-based, e-learning resources for the entire healthcare team.

BMJ Learning’s Hospital Collection modules can support your organisation by:

  • Supporting multiprofessional teams with clinical and non-clinical elearning
  • Improving the safety, quality and consistency of care
  • Enhancing your existing e-learning content with a cost-effective solution with demonstrable return on investment
  • Actively mandate content and show compliance
  • Access your educational materials and resources all in one place.

Induction and preparing for working on the wards

Essential training in key competencies which will teach new skills, increase confidence of staff and improve patient satisfaction and quality of care.

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    • Advanced life support for in-hospital adult cardiac arrest
    • Aggressive patients
    • Audit*
    • Basic life support
    • Breaking bad news
    • Child protection:
      • Child protection: emotional abuse, sexual abuse and neglect
      • Child protection: physical abuse
    • Communication skills
    • Death verification and certification (UK only)
    • Evidence based medicine
    • How to write a research paper and get it published
    • Patient confidentiality and disclosing information (UK only)
    • Teamworking
    • The Mental Capacity Act (UK only)
    • The Mental Health Act (UK only)
    • Things I wish I’d known before starting a job in…
      • Emergency medicine
      • Medicine
      • Surgery

Priority clinical conditions                                         

Cover recognition, assessment and management of common, high-priority clinical areas for hospitals and educate the team on dealing with these increasingly complex and costly demands.

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  • Anaphylaxis
  • Acute kidney injury
  • Alcohol withdrawal
  • Diabetes
  • Chest pain
  • Community acquired pneumonia
  • Delirium (currently being updated)
  • Falls
  • Gram negative infections
  • MRSA
  • Palliative care
  • Post-operative deterioration
  • Pressure ulcers (currently being updated)
  • Sepsis:
    • In children
    • In adults
  • Shock
  • Stroke
  • Suicidal ideation and self-harm

Interpreting tests                                         

Educate the healthcare team using a mixture of 3D animation, audio, images, text and clinical cases with practical tips on how to conduct, interpret and record key tests.

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  • Blood gases
  • Chest x-ray
  • ECGs:
    • Diagnostic testing
    • Understanding the normal ECG trace

Safer prescribing

Reduce risks and support consistent prescribing by offering practical approaches to avoiding errors and working safely and effectively.

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  • Assessing pain and using the analgesic ladder
  • Drug errors
  • Fluid management in acutely unwell patients
  • Injectable medicines
  • Oxygen therapy
  • Prescribing survival guides:
    • Medical inpatients (coming soon)
    • Surgical inpatients
  • Prescribing in renal failure (coming soon)
  • Safe anticoagulation:
    • Starting patients on anticoagulation
    • Maintaining patients on anticoagulation

Examination and practical skills

Provide 3D animations and images to show how to perform practical procedures, detailing the relevant anatomy and giving tips to to ensure that they are performed safely and effectively.

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  • Basic practical skills (10 modules)
  • Advanced practical skills (10 modules)
  • Airways management (5 modules)

White paper: Quality improvement and cost control in hospitals – how e-learning can help


Flexible content delivery

We can provide our Hospital Collection modules as SCORM/XAPi exports to sit on your own Learning Management System (LMS). If you don’t currently have a LMS at your organisation we can recommend an experienced supplier who can get you up and running.

 View our Video

Watch our short video to see an overview of the range of content and formats we use.

A must for all frontline healthcare providers and a good source of refresher training at any level.

Dr Mike Souter

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