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Why are my e-LfH modules not showing on ePortfolio

Once your NHS ePortfolios account has been successfully linked to your e-LfH account modules completed on e-LfH should show up the following day (but can take up to 72 hours) to show in the eLearning section on your ePortfolio account.

Please note that not all modules completed on e-LfH will be transferred into your ePortfolio as its only activity relating to the following Foundation modules which are transferred to ePortfolio:

  • 01_01 (Equality & Diversity: General Awareness)
  • 01_02 (Equality & Diversity: General Awareness Assessment)
  • 01_03 Good Handover Practice
  • 01_04 Stress - Bullying
  • 01_05 Team Working and Patient Safety
  • 01_06 Obtaining Feedback for Personal Development
  • 01_07 Team Dynamics
  • 01_08 Effective Team Working
  • 01_09 Introduction to Leadership and LeAD
  • 01_10 Introduction to the Medical Leadership Competence Framework
  • 02_01 Communication Skills
  • 02_02 Communicating Treatment Risks to Patients
  • 02_03 Keeping the Patient at the Centre of Care
  • 02_04 Seeing the Whole Picture
  • 02_05 Organ Donation and Related Communication Skills
  • 02_06 Breaking Bad News
  • 02_07 Bereavement Process
  • 02_08 Cultural and Religious Diversity and Bereavement
  • 02_09 Mental Capacity
  • 02_10 Mental Capacity Assessment
  • 02_11 Medical Error: When Things Go Wrong
  • 02_12 Handling Complaints
  • 02_13 Learning from Complaints
  • 02_14 Capacity and Difficult Consent
  • 02_15 HIV Testing
  • 02_16 Errors and Experiences in Healthcare
  • 03_01 Stress - Mental Health
  • 03_02 Health (Blood Borne Infection) and Handling Stress
  • 03_03 An Underperforming Colleague - What To Do
  • 03_04 Safe Practice the Doctors Perspective
  • 03_05 Human Factors and Analysis of Adverse Events
  • 03_06 Introduction to Patient Safety
  • 03_07 Quality and Safety in the NHS
  • 03_08 Clinical Governance
  • 03_09 Outcomes and Patient Experience
  • 03_10 Audit
  • 03_11 Preparing for Audit
  • 03_12 Conducting an Audit and Feedback
  • 03_13 Minimising Risk in Healthcare Organisations
  • 04_01 Confidentiality and Privacy
  • 04_02 Patient Autonomy and Related Ethics
  • 04_03 Vulnerable Patients and Patient Abuse
  • 04_04 DVLA
  • 04_05 How to Avoid the GMC Disciplinary Committee
  • 04_06 Completion of the Medical Certificate of Cause of Death
  • 04_07 Registration and Post Graduate Observation
  • 05_01 Teaching: Delivering a Formal Teaching Session
  • 05_02 Teaching: Clinical Practice: Bedside or Opportunistic Moment
  • 06_01 Teaching: How do Adults Learn?
  • 06_02 Searching the Literature and Locating Papers
  • 06_03 How to Review a Paper
  • 06_04 Evidence Based Medicine in Clinical Practice
  • 06_05 Common Study Designs in Clinical Research
  • 06_06 Guidelines in Clinical Practice
  • 06_07 Explaining Evidence/Guidelines/Protocols to Patients
  • 06_08 An Introduction to Evidence Based Medicine
  • 07_01 Competency in Practice
  • 07_02 Senior Advice Who When and Why?
  • 07_03 Senior Advice: When to Stop for Help
  • 07_04 Raising Concerns about Patient Safety
  • 07_05 Medication History Taking and Prescribing on Admission
  • 07_06 Introduction to the Principles of Risk Management and Examples from Daily Practice
  • 07_07 Holding an Outpatient Consultation
  • 07_08 Effective Referrals to Other Clinical Teams
  • 07_10 Level 1 Safeguarding Children
  • 07_11 Level 2 Part A - Recognition
  • 07_12 Level 2 Part B - Response in Primary Care
  • 07_13 Level 2 Part C - Record in Primary Care
  • 07_14 Level 2 Part B - Response in Secondary Care
  • 07_14 Level 2 Part C - Response in Secondary Care
  • 07_20 Prescription Writing
  • 07_21 Information Sources at Ward Level
  • 07_22 Safe Use of Injectable Medicines (Part 1)
  • 07_23 Safe Use of Injectable Medicines (Part 2)
  • 07_24 Safe Anticoagulation
  • 07_25 Safe Prescribing in Renal Impairment
  • 07_26 Safe Prescribing of Insulin
  • 07_27 Adverse Drug Effects
  • 07_28 Safer Medicine Use Through Concordance
  • 07_29 Prudent Use of Antibiotics (Part 1)
  • 07_30 Prudent Use of Antibiotics (Part 2)
  • 07_31 Prudent Use of Antibiotics (Part 3)
  • 07_40 Haemovigilance in the UK and ROI
  • 07_41 Blood Group Serology
  • 07_42 Requesting Procedure
  • 07_43 Sampling Procedures
  • 07_44 Collection Procedure
  • 07_45 Administration Procedure
  • 07_46 Management of Transfused Patient
  • 07_47 Laboratory Unit
  • 07_48 Safe and Appropriate Transfusion Practice
  • 07_49 Blood Group Serology
  • 07_50 Red Blood Cells
  • 07_51 Adverse Effects of Transfusion
  • 07_60 Pre-learning Questionnaire
  • 07_61 Demographic, Epidemiology and Risk of VTE
  • 07_62 Methods of Thromboprophylaxis
  • 07_63 Implementation of Thromboprophylaxis in Hospitals
  • 07_64 Assessment
  • 07_70 Disease Notification
  • 07_71 Infection Control: Hospital Acquired Fever: What to do
  • 07_72 Infection Control: Hospital Acquired Fever: What to do Next
  • 07_73 Infection Control: Diarrhoea in an Inpatient
  • 07_74 Infection Control: Air and Blood Borne Pathogens
  • 07_75 Infection Control: Modes of Transmission
  • 08_01 Assessment and Initial Management
  • 08_02 Re-evaluation and Monitoring
  • 08_03 Acute Confusional States: Recognition and Causes
  • 08_04 Managing Low Urine Output
  • 08_05 Arterial Blood Gas Sampling and Interpretation
  • 08_06 Intravenous Fluid Therapy
  • 08_07 Patient with a Reduced Level of Consciousness
  • 08_08 Pain Management
  • 08_09 Managing Sepsis
  • 08_10 Managing Self Harm
  • 08_11 Mental Health Act
  • 08_12 Psychiatric Assessment and Mental State Examination
  • 08_13 Pyschotic Disorders
  • 08_14 Self Harm Assessment
  • 08_15 Use of Restraint
  • 08_16 Acute Confusional States: Diagnosis and Management
  • 09_01 Discussing 'Do Not Attempt CPR' Decisions
  • 10_01 Impact of Short-term and Long-Term Physical Problems on Daily Living
  • 10_02 Primary Secondary Care Interface
  • 10_03 Ward and Therapy Services
  • 10_04 Ward and Social Services
  • 10_05 Assessment of Ability to Self Care after Discharge
  • 10_06 Nutrition and Health
  • 10_07 Nutritional Assessment
  • 10_08 Options for Nutritional Care
  • 10_09 Multi-Disciplinary Discharge Planning
  • 10_10 Family Dynamics Affecting Discharge
  • 10_11 Management of Long Term Disease in the Community
  • 10_12 Health Needs, Demands and Resource
  • 10_13 Enabling Smoking Cessation
  • 10_14 Risk Factors in Disease
  • 10_15 Management of Substance Misuse
  • 10_16 Management of Alcohol Misuse
  • 10_17 Screening
  • 10_20 Alcohol IBA - 01 Facts About Alcohol
  • 10_21 Alcohol IBA - 02 About Alcohol Identification and Brief Advice
  • 10_22 Alcohol IBA - 03 Tools For Identifying Alcohol Misuse
  • 10_23 Alcohol IBA - 04 Clinical Approach To Brief Advice
  • 10_24 Alcohol IBA - 05 Practising Brief Advice
  • 10_25 Alcohol IBA - 06 Assessment
  • 10_26 Managing Obesity: Supporting Behaviour Change
  • 10_27 Managing Obesity: Guiding and Enabling Behaviour Change
  • 11_01 Selection of Investigations
  • 11_02 Interpretation of Investigations: Practical Application
  • 11_03 Ward and Imaging Interface
  • 11_04 Ward Laboratory Interface
  • 12_28 Epidemiology: Basic principles
  • 13_01 Supervised Learning Events in the Foundation Programme: Introduction
  • 13_02 Principles of Assessment
  • 13_03 Getting the Most Out of Supervised Learning Events: A Trainee’s Guide (Part 1)
  • 13_04 Getting the Most Out of Supervised Learning Events: A Trainee’s Guide (Part 1)
  • 13_05 Making the Best Use of Multi-Source Feedback: A Trainee Guide
  • 13_06 Getting the Most from Direct Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS) Assessment
  • 13_07 Getting the Most from a Case Based Discussion (CBD)
  • 13_08 Getting the Most from a Mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercise (Mini-CEX)
  • 13_09 Making the Best Use of Supervised Learning Events
  • 13_10 MSF and How to Make this Work for Your Trainees

 

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