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SUI registrations: 102,409 III registrations: 19,676 SUNIT registrations: 9,626 SMH registrations: 7,524
NHS Diabetes has developed a suite of four free e-learning modules to support you in ensuring diabetes is treated safely.
Each module allows users to log on, complete the course, take an on-line test and print a certificate if passed. They take 30-60 minutes to complete but do not have to be completed in one sitting. There is an assessment at the end with a pass rate of 75% to gain a certificate.
These modules have been developed in response to the 2010 National Patient Safety Agency Rapid Response Report. Over 5,000 patient safety incidents were reported between 2003 and 2009 in England and Wales.1
Insulin safety training is now a requirement for all those who prescribe, prepare, handle or administer insulin.
Please follow the links above for further information on each course, as well as registration details.
For more information contact:
Learner reports for individual trusts, including numbers registered and numbers completed, can be obtained by emailing a request to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do not have an ESR number please email: email@example.com who will be able to set your organisation up so you can access the modules.
1 National Diabetes Inpatient Audit 2010: bedside clinical data collected from 12,191 inpatients at 206 acute hospitals
For information on insulin passports and the patient information booklet click on the button below