The media team have been working closely with our clinical teaching fellows, in the development of RGUC TV. This new venture aims to increase students awareness and engagement with the resources that the RGUC online learning platform has to offer.
At present, students are able to watch RGUC TV on the TV in the undergraduate centre common room during certain times of the semester, as well as on-demand via the RGUC YouTube channel and the Online Learning Platform. We will continue to develop additional video content for this platform to enable us to provide a more comprehensive programming schedule in the future.
Why not take a look at RGUC TV episodes so far? Simply visit the RGUC TV on-demand area within the Online Learning Platform.
Online Learning at RGUC
“Online Learning at RGUC” is a Moodle-based eLearning platform designed to enhance and complement students’ user experiences. All of our eLearning resources are available to students on this platform – moodle.rguc.co.uk
Access to Online Learning at RGUC is provided to medical students as soon as they join us on placement, and registration to this is valid until they qualify as foundation year doctors. The platform is host to all the interactive resources that we offer in order to support and supplement the learning of our third, fourth and fifth year medical students. This includes our iClinical resources, elearning courses and RGUC TV on demand.
Online eLearning Courses
Blood Transfusion eLearning Course
Working alongside the Trust’s transfusion practitioner, we’ve developed a new video based blood transfusion e-learning course that streamlines the delivery of training to 5th year medical students, as well as providing crucial mandatory training for medical professionals within the Trust.
Aseptic Non Touch Technique Training Course
We have worked closely with clinical skills educators and infection control to redevelop the Trust’s ANTT training course. The content offers an improved user learning experience and adheres to current Trust guidelines.
In order to introduce medical professionals and students to radiation protection legislation and the implications of increased radiation exposure, we’ve also collaborated with the clinical educator for radiology to develop two new radiation eLearning courses.
Medical Students in Hospital
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