SCRIPT 3 launch – helping practitioners to manage medicines safely
9th February 2016
SCRIPT, the innovative elearning resource for effective and appropriate prescribing practice, has been updated to version 3. SCRIPT 3 is now available for all healthcare proffesionals across England. The resource is currently being used by a used by a range of Medical Schools, NHS Trusts, and Health Education England regions (formerly LETBs).
SCRIPT was developed in conjunction with Health Education England and the University of Birmingham in order to assist healthcare professionals in improving prescribing efficiency and safety. Specific content for Foundation Doctors, Foundation Dentists, Non-medical prescribers and Paediatricians is now available, with Nursing (Q2 2016) and General practice (Q4 2016) currently in development.
You can view further information on the SCRIPT programme by clicking here.
The latest version of SCRIPT has been designed to improve functionality in a number of areas following feedback from users. The resigned interface has been transformed to update the aesthetics and optimise engagement. Detailed analytics and usage statistics at user, organisation and regional levels are now available in the new extensive ‘manager’ section. The resource is also now accessible on mobile devices and can be integrated with third party learning management systems.
The improved navigation and mobile compliancy have been particularly beneficial to Foundation Doctors, the option of dipping into the modules on the go has also proved popular.
To watch a Foundation Doctor give their thoughts on SCRIPT, please watch the video below.
If you would like more information about SCRIPT, or you would like to add yourself to our growing list of users, call us today on 0116 285 5993.
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