e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) is an award-winning eLearning programme providing national, quality assured online training content for the healthcare profession. The online training enhances traditional learning, supports existing teaching methods and provides a valuable reference point.
The RCOG is not responsible for the e-LfH website and cannot provide helpdesk assistance.
Please direct all registration and access queries to e-LfH using the e-LfH contact page.
The Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare e-learning programme, e-SRH, developed in partnership with the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare and e-Learning for Healthcare.
e-SRH offers over 50 engaging, interactive and multimedia-rich e-learning sessions. These have been delivered as part of the Faculty’s ongoing commitment to supporting healthcare professionals to acquire the relevant knowledge and competences for delivering quality sexual and reproductive healthcare in community settings. The online materials are written and extensively peer reviewed by a multi-disciplinary team of medical and nursing clinical experts in sexual and reproductive healthcare, general practice and genitourinary medicine.
The e-SRH curriculum covers:
- sexually transmitted infections
- planning a family
- early pregnancy assessment including referral for abortion
- recognising psychosexual problems
- providing care for young people
- the law relating to confidentiality, sexual activity and to young people
There are a range of modules designed to match the needs of a variety of healthcare professionals and developed in line with the national strategies for sexual health.
How to access the resource
All NHS staff in the UK with a valid NHS email account, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org, are eligible for free access to the eFM resource. NHS email address holders should visit the following page and register: https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/sexual-and-reproductive-healthcare/
Registrations are completed twice weekly.
International and non-NHS staff will need to pay for access to the resource.