Using our content
All Jisc Health and Social Care Training materials are protected under copyright. If you or your institute’s department holds a licence access these materials you can log in via your institutional portal.
Copyright is a legally enforceable property right that enables a rights holder to profit from a work such as a book, for example. It does this by preventing others from exploiting the work without the rights holder’s say so for a period of time.
The copyright owner can licence copies or adaptations of the work (e.g. translations, movie rights to a book etc). A licence is a contractual agreement between the copyright owner and user that limits how the user can use the work.
To find out more about copyright see Jisc copyright guide
Copyright restrictions apply, the licence does not prohibit sharing, modifying or distribution of the resources. Only users covered by the licence are authorised to access the resources.
Note: UK Federation idp is required for access to this service.
If you have a licence to access the resources, click on Resources, then choose Login,
Then choose Via your organisation,
Find your institute, choose to continue.
You will be redirected to your institutional login (yours will look like your intuition’s usual login)
Then you will be able access the resources.