What is the Hub?
The FEDIP Hub is a learning management system that holds a catalogue of learning resources for health and care informatics professionals.
These include accredited CPD resources, past webinars from FEDIP and our Professional Bodies, and Taster Courses from our accredited partners.
We have a small selection to get us started but FEDIP and our Professional Bodies will be adding continuously to grow our catalogue.
The Hub also has an inbuilt CPD record, which logs all of your CPD hours accrued on the platform and a community forum where you can connect with fellow practitioners.
Who can access the Hub?
FEDIP Registered Practitioners
The FEDIP Hub is a benefit of FEDIP registration and is fully accessible to all FEDIP registered practitioners.
Not Yet Registered?
If you are not yet FEDIP registered, we are offering a free six months trial of the Hub with access to a large range of our learning materials and CPD record.
We hope this will allow you to see what the Hub has to offer and give you enough time to submit your FEDIP application to your Professional Body.
Want to know more about FEDIP registration? You can download our brochure here.
We are grateful to our Professional Bodies for contributing an array of interesting content to the learning catalogue.
Most of the learning is in video-style format with webinars from across the federation bodies.
We will continue to add to the catalogue throughout the year with FEDIP commissioned content, courses and taster sessions from accredited partners.
The Hub will automatically record any CPD accredited activities undertaken on the platform. You can customise your CPD year to begin and end as you wish. You can also record CPD hours you have earned externally so you can keep your CPD in a single, easy-to-use record.
If you need to take your CPD and upload it as evidence elsewhere, you can download the record (with any attached evidence) into a zip file at any time.
The FEDIP forum has now moved to the Hub. Whilst there are some common areas open to the public for general discussion, the topic-specific areas are only available to FEDIP registered practitioners.
We hope you find the community a supportive place to share the latest ways of working, meet new people, ask questions and share your knowledge,