Intelligent Intermittent Auscultation (IIA) is the recommended method of monitoring babies’ heartrates during labour, when the risk of fetal hypoxia is considered to be low. The Oxford Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) has developed an interactive e-learning package in collaboration with consultant midwives Christine Harding (Royal Berkshire Hospital) and Wendy Randall (Oxford University Hospitals).
The aim of this programme is to improve the knowledge, skills, and confidence of midwives through an interactive e-learning approach that uniquely features the opportunity to listen to real fetal heart sounds. The e-learning package is accessible through the elearning for healthcare (elfh) platform nationally since 2020 and can also be accessed worldwide via the eIntegrity platform since 2021.
Unity Insights has worked with the Oxford AHSN and the programme team to develop an interactive dashboard that allows the monitoring of the performance and impact of the elfh e-learning package. This enables the team to review user numbers and activity, assessment outcomes, and feedback at region and organisation level.
“This is a fantastic platform for enabling organisations to focus on their midwives’ experience of using the training package. The graphics can be used to provide a comprehensive and visually appealing representation of training which incorporates pre and post training assessments and enables comparison of units to national picture.”
Consultant MidwifeCo-author of the e-learning package
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