The Royal College of Anaesthetists has launched a new online anaesthesia quality improvement (QI) e-learning resource – the Perioperative Improvement Science and Management (PRISM-ed) module
The PRISM-ed module has been developed by anaesthetists Dr Maria Chazapis, Dr Carolyn Johnston and Dr Ramani Moonesinghe, and written by experts in the field. It builds on the QI web resource funded by UCLH/NIHR Surgical Outcomes and Research Centre (SOuRCe) and the London Academy of Anaesthesia.
The PRISM-ed e-learning module outlines key knowledge and training resources required to deliver quality improvement within healthcare. PRISM-ed is designed to assist with practical implementation through downloadable project toolkits and data templates. Although it is designed for doctors in anaesthetics training, the content is relevant and accessible to anyone in the perioperative multi-disciplinary team or wider health services, who wish to improve the quality of care they provide.
PRISM-ed is being hosted on the e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) online learning hub and can be accessed by all healthcare professionals with an e-LfH account. Completing the PRISM-ed module via the e-LfH online learning platform allows clinicians to record their scores and print a certificate of completion for CPD purposes.
The e-learning module is available here