StreetDoctors Save Lives E-Learning App
Our new StreetDrs Save Lives E-Learning Course provides innovative digital training for young people affected by street violence across the UK.
StreetDrs Save Lives E-Learning Course delivers app-based peer-to-peer learning for self-directed or small groups, and focused training in secure and semi-secure locations.
Complementing our face-to-face training, the E-Learning App ensures we can have maximum impact with those with the greatest needs.
Our young healthcare volunteers, Amy and Badr, lead you through the training which was carefully co-created with healthcare professionals, digital education experts, Violence Reduction Units, and young people affected by violence.
Watch the launch of our e-learning app with Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership, Manchester Violence Reduction Unit and Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester.
Bleeding: What to do
Knocked Out: What to do
StreetDoctors in Action
The app-based training follows the same format as our live sessions, providing an interactive intervention to a wider audience that can be used for one-to-one or group-based delivery. All our training is trauma informed.
By using the app, young people will:
- Learn emergency first aid skills
- Increase their confidence and willingness to act in responding to emergencies
- Gain knowledge about the consequences of violence
- Deepen their understanding of the human body
How to get StreetDrs Save Lives E-Learning Courses
Get all three courses for just £10 per person!
If you would like more information or are considering a large order, get in touch with the StreetDoctors team:
We really value StreetDoctors – especially the professional, friendly delivery by the volunteer healthcare trainers. The educational message helps to debunk myths some young people have about knife and weapon injuries, and also provides young people with practical skills about what to do if they find themselves in an emergency. I am really excited about the new StreetDrs save lives App developed with Merseyside VRP and Manchester VRU.Stephen Collier, Youth Justice Service Lead, Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership