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Mobile Learning

We have commissioned research into mobile learning for the NHS to understand the potential benefits of mobile learning to meet the needs and preferences of the healthcare workforce. In addition, the research is to understand the challenges of mobile learning and how to overcome these challenges.

The Research reports are accessible in the Related documents section

Mobile learning for the NHS: Research Report 2010

Mobile learning for the NHS: Research Report 2012

We have subsequently developed Six mobile apps that are free for downloads for anyone in the UK with android or apple devices.
See also details of the ‘Wessex Palliative Care Handbook: a good practice guide’ (8th edition, 2014).

Please see the spotlights below where you will find more information about the handbook and the apps.

 

For more information, please contact ks-tel.south@hee.nhs.uk

COIM Mobile App

Health Education Thames Valley and Health Education Wessex have produced the Compatibility of Injectable Medicines mobile app for use on Android and Apple devices.

COIM Mobile App

PMLD Mobile App

Health Education Thames Valley and Health Education Wessex have recently produced the Profound Multiple Learning Disability (PMLD) mobile app for use on android, apple and blackberry devices.

PMLD Mobile App