We are pleased to share the addition to the Hub of another excellent, CPD-endorsed Byte Size learning module from the Usher Institute at the University of Edinburgh.
This course has been adapted from the Introduction to Databases and Information Systems elective of the University’s MSc Data Science for Health and Social Care.
This course will introduce you to databases and information systems in health and social care.
By the end of this Byte Size Learning course, you will:
· Be able to identify and differentiate the concepts of database and information systems
· Be able to identify the two main types of databases, relational and non-relational and their differences
· Become familiar with the basic queries of SQL through practical exercises.
How Can I Access The CPD Course?
You can access the course through the FEDIP Hub.
If you already have a FEDIP Hub account, please log-in and access the new course here.
What is the FEDIP 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 partners.
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.
How do I create an account?
If you do not have a FEDIP Hub account, it is simple to create one.
Simply fill in your details here and your new log-in credentials will be emailed straight to your inbox.
The FEDIP Hub is a benefit of FEDIP registration. However, we offer an open six-month trial to all who are interested.
You can read more about the FEDIP Hub and its benefits here.