Tomorrow’s Clinicians is a digital learning resource designed to enhance your understanding of clinical skills procedures. It allows you to consolidate your knowledge of common procedures performed in a healthcare environment, provides a visual insight, and can be used in conjunction with local guidance.
What do our users say?
As chair of the Society for Cardiological Science and Technology (SCST) Council and their Education Committee, I am keen to promote quality and good practice in the delivery of cardiac diagnostics. To date the only such visual teaching aid which I feel I can commend is the ‘Recording a 12 Lead ECG’ video from the Ron Grimley Undergraduate Centre. This is a very well constructed and accurate instructional video which actually does meet the SCST standard for the performance of ECG.
Su Baxter, Head of Cardiology (Good Hope Hospital), Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust
We embed the Tomorrow’s Clinicians videos relating to the administration of medicines in our eLearning content. The high quality videos explain why the specific routes of administration are used, and gives examples of medicines administered via this route to make the content relevant to practice. The videos provide a clear equipment list, followed by a simulated step-by-step approach to the administration procedure. The videos clearly demonstrate the factors to consider to ensure patient safety and infection control.
SCRIPT eLearning Programme Director, University of Birmingham
Tomorrows Clinicians is designed for students and other healthcare practitioners to complement classroom teaching sessions in preparation for using skills in clinical practice. The videos are not just a teaching aid; they are used to enhance and improve the clinical education of students and staff, especially when used in conjunction with clinical practical experiences. They help to develop and support learning experiences by embedding the processes taught within the classroom. We encourage all students to utilise the Tomorrow’s Clinicians videos as a revision and review tool.
Margaret Cooksey, Clinical Skills Manager, The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust