AKI tutorials (Kidn-E from e-LfH)

(UK doctors only, which loses it a star)

Acute kidney injury broken into seven interactive tutorials, around 30 mins each, including question/answer sections which help identify gaps in knowledge. Slide show style presentation allows for easy first-time reading, but lots of clicking required, and this format is not useful for revision.  It uses appropriate case examples to illustrate important points. The images are clear when viewed in the small window, but enlarged images are not high enough in resolution to make zoom option worthwhile.

Beware: this site requires registration – restricted to holders of GMC numbers (UK doctors), and even if already registered with e-LFH it may be a cumbersome to add it to your account. Not ideal if you’re learning in a hurry.

Overall, a helpful resource for non renal doctors, or those in the early stages of specialist training.

OpenMed is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites.

 

Posted By:   Jennifer Lees
Last Edited: June 10, 2012

Curriculum

Tagged as:

Found in:

  • How to…

    help information OpenMed rates and lists good resources for learning Medicine. Browse a curriculum to see a selection, or Search (top right) to find more. See Help for more info about the why, what and how of what we are doing here.

    Level Guideexplanation of level ratings

    A/B/C = Learner, Practitioner, Expert.
  • Curriculum

  • Developed by Learning Technology Section, University of Edinburgh  |  Privacy Policy