TINA eLearning Platform

TINA eLearning Platform

EFNA has developed a series of e-learning modules linked to our advocacy activities. These courses aim to up-skill participants on how they can effectively advocate in a virtual world by identifying and engaging key stakeholders and developing partnerships, hosting successful online events and developing and disseminating key advocacy messages.

The courses are video-based and divided into sections that can be watched independently at times that suit the viewer. Each module includes supporting notes, worksheets or resource links, as well as a the option to take a quiz on the content and receive a personalised certificate of completion.

Subtitles for all videos can be enabled in your own language. You will find information on this and answers to other Frequently Asked Questions here.
A video guide to registering for and navigating the platform can be viewed here.

If you have any further questions or feedback regarding EFNA’s e-learning modules please contact us.

*NOTE: Please use your full name as your ‘username’ when registering as this will be displayed on your course certificates.

NEW!  Series 7: Understanding HTA – Challenges and Solutions

Free

Introduction to Health Technology Assessment and Challenges for Neurological Conditions

Series 6: Understanding and utilising WHO’s IGAP

IGAP
Accelerating pan-European action for neurology through Global Frameworks

Accelerating pan-European action for neurology through global frameworks

Series 5: Research

Series 4: Communications

Series 3: EU Funding

Series 2: Personalised Healthcare

Personalised Healthcare
Introduction to Personalised Healthcare in Neurology

Introduction to Personalised Healthcare in Neurology

Personalised Healthcare

Patient Engagement: An essential element of Personalised Healthcare

Personalised Healthcare

Data, Technology and Ethics in Personalised Healthcare

Personalised Healthcare

Research Models for Personalised Healthcare and Precision Medicine

Personalised Healthcare

Regulations and reimbursement of personalised healthcare interventions

Series 1: Advocacy