What is ebrain?
ebrain is a 550+ lesson, web-based learning program that supports training and continuous professional development for clinical neuroscience trainees and consultants, with much of the content also of relevance to non-specialists.
Is ebrain free?
Access to ebrain is free for UK neuroscience clinicians and European Neurologists who are current members of one or more of the ebrain partner organisations listed here. It is also free for clinicians from Hinari group A countries.
I'm not a member of any society subscribing to ebrain. What should I do to get access?
Upon joining any of the organisations listed here, you will automatically qualify for free access to ebrain. If you are not eligible to join any of these organisations why not ask your organisation to arrange access for all its members (details here). Alternatively individual subscriptions can be purchased here
I need help, who should I contact?
For queries about ebrain access please contact the organisation for which you are a member. Alternatively, please email the ebrain team at email@example.com
How do I register for ebrain?
You should register for ebrain by contacting one of the organisations listed here. If you are not eligible to join any of these organisations why not ask your organisation to arrange access for all its members. Alternatively individual subscriptions can be purchased here
I am an EAN member, how do I log in to ebrain?
EAN members should login via the EAN website. Once logged in click on learn and ebrain then there is a seamless link to ebrain, further logins will not be required. You can not login directly to ebrain. The login method can be changed to direct login if you wish - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
I am not an EAN member, how do I log in to ebrain?
A username and password is required for accessing ebrain. Depending on the organisation for which you have membership, you will either be automatically registered, and sent your login details, or you will need to request your login details from your organisation or the ebrain team at email@example.com.
I don't have my login details. What should I do?
Contact the organisation for which you are a member. Alternatively, please email the ebrain team at firstname.lastname@example.org
The e-learning lessons are not running properly on my computer. What should I do?
Please ensure you have allowed pop ups for learning.ebrain.net. Try a different computer or browser. If you need help please contact email@example.com
ebrain works from home but not on my work computer. What should I do?
Please talk to your technical support manager at work. This is likely to be a firewall problem.
I am not sure how to perform a particular task in the ebrain e-learning materials. What should I do?
A range of help movies and a user guide are available once you have logged into ebrain, which provide details of how to perform all the current ebrain tasks. There is also a 'Getting Started' elearning lesson which covers the main features.
Is ebrain a formal qualification?
ebrain is not a formal qualification and is designed to complement existing study programmes. However, UCL do provide an MSc using ebrain content which you might wish to consider.
How do I get proof of completion or a certificate for ebrain lessons?
Within each ebrain session there is the functionality to print or electronically store or send a record of completion. CPD certificates are available through the CPD module (link in the top left of the screen once you log in)
I have spotted an error in an ebrain lesson. What should I do?
Please email details of the error to firstname.lastname@example.org Please identify the module/lesson/screen, along with the nature of the issue. Alternatively simply include it in the feedback - we review all feedback weekly.
I have a suggestion for improvement. What should I do?
If you have suggestions for improvement, please contact email@example.com. We continually strive to improve ebrain content and greatly appreciate all constructive feedback from learners and experts in the field.
Can I get involved with the ebrain program?
We would be delighted to accept any offers of assistance with the ebrain program. In the first instance, please email the ebrain team at firstname.lastname@example.org