The NMP e-learning resource was developed by combining the expertise of 5 universities including: University of Bolton, University of Central Lancashire, University of Chester, University of Cumbria and University of Salford.
It was commissioned by Health Education England to improve consistency and raise the standard of NMP teaching. Universities from all over the UK are now accessing this resource which is maintained by the Health and Education Co-operative.
How do Universities use the NMP e-resource?
The course is used as part of a blended learning NMP qualification, where up to 60% of the course is completed on-line. With the remainder of teaching taking place in the university in line with their own timetabling requirements.
Most universities run two 6 month cohorts in a year.
How is the system administered?
Universities provide the Health and Education Co-operative with a list of email addresses for students. These can be bulk uploaded within minutes and students sent a link with their individual log-in details.
System support is provided to students 7 days a week.
How do lecturers use the resource?
The resource can be referred to within the lectures, or students can be asked to complete specific modules in a set time period.
Lecturers can use the reporting function of the resource to see who has completed what modules.
Individual university branding and colours.
How do students use the resource?
Students can use the resource like an on-line text book, and work through the modules and units. Once they have read and completed a module it will show up with a tick. They can take the quizes at the end of the modules to check their understanding.
Self-print certificates can be printed and used as evidence in portfolios.
What is the cost?
Less than the price of a book per student. For more information contact Joanna.email@example.com.
Trial a cohort for £100.
The NMP programme contains 12 modules
List here all of the modules in a drop down box
- NMP Overview
- Legal and Professional Frameworks
- Professional Accountability and Responsibility
- Clinical Governance and Evidenced Based Practice
- Consultation and Communication
- Factors that Influence Prescribing
- Decision Making
- Prescribing Safely, Appropriately and Cost Effectively
- Prescribing in Multi-professional Teams
- Response Monitoring
- Public Health
- Continuing Professional Development