Training & Education – online training and resources
Online training & teaching tools
The network has online teaching resources on its Moodle learning platform that help facilitate learning on:
- The incidence, types, causes and impacts of stroke
- The need for rapid and accurate assessment of stroke and the Greater Manchester stroke care pathway
- Stroke care provided in our local hospitals, the community and in the longer term
- Interventions that prevent stroke
The training packages are tailored for different professionals including: primary care, pharmacy, stroke, ward/A&E, social care and ambulance staff. We also offer “Supporting people with neurological conditions in returning to work” aimed at job centre staff but potentially applicable to other professionals.
A certificate is provided upon successful completion of the courses. You can register and then enroll on courses in our section here.
We also have many videos on our YouTube channel.
F = Foundation level; A = Advanced level
ASPECTS – understanding Alberta Stroke Program Early CT Score (A)
Brain Tree Training – training in cognitive rehabilitation (A&F)
CHADSVASC – tool for calculating risk of Atrial Fibrillation (A)
Chest & Heart Scotland – wide range of training resources (A&F)
ebrain – training in clinical neurosciences (A&F)
Glasgow Coma Scale – training and information (A)
HAS-BLED – tool for calculating risk in Atrial Fibrillation (A)
Modified Rankin Scale – training and certification (A)
NIHSS – training and certification (A)
The ABCs of ICH care – teaching on intracerebral hemorrhage (A)
The Hidden side of stroke – training tool for mood and cognition (A)
Presentations on key topics
The date and author of the presentation has been included as content may have changed since produced
Presentations from other local events can be viewed in our resources section (you will need to register top right to gain access).
Greater Manchester online videos
We have lots of online videos at our YouTube Channel or view below:
Other online resources & information
Flying after stroke – blog and information