RCGP educational accreditation

The RCGP accredits a wide variety of educational activities that are identifiable to health professionals as high quality, and associated with the high professional standards the RCGP embodies.

The RCGP Accreditation Quality Mark serves as a recognisable symbol of quality assurance. Connecting educational activities with the professionalism, expertise, and commitment to the highest possible standards of general practice.

By recognising our Quality Mark, GPs can be confident the education they select has been independently assessed to ensure a consistent and high quality. This reduces risk, and saves time and money.

If you have any questions please get in touch with the Accreditation team. Contact us:


020 3188 7531


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  • Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine logo

    Practice Unbound and Clinical Education

    Clinical Education and Practice Unbound have partnered with leading international experts in lifestyle medicine Dr Rangan Chatterjee and Dr Ayan Panja.

    • Improving quality, safety and prescribing

    Focusing on biological systems rather than symptoms, Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine offers practitioners a new set of immediately implementable, safe tools which will increase job satisfaction and deliver better patient outcomes. Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine introduces a unique, easy to use framework that is applicable to practitioners within a standard clinical appointment system.

  • Clinical Training logo

    Clinical training

    We work in partnership with other organisations and Educational establishments. We pride ourselves on the quality and standard of our evidence based training programmes, focusing on the needs of General Practice, specialising in Cervical Cytology.

    • Gynaecology and breast
    • Population health
    • Sexual health

    All training in open to general practitioners, nurses in GP practices and hospitals.

    This course is designed for experienced sample takers. It fulfils the statutory 3yrly update required to remain on the sample taker database. It enables them to maintain their competencies. Also updating attendees on local and national activities, resources, what’s new and the future.

    This course is designed for nurses new to this topic. Content: Pre-course reading, 2 core days that are a balance of theory and clinical skills, Department visits, in-house clinical placement. Assessment: An exam and an Evidenced based portfolio - with completed competencies, audit, visits and final clinical assessment

  • Karger logo

    Karger Publishing Ltd

    Karger Publishing Ltd addresses knowledge gaps in healthcare, enabling a dialogue between healthcare professionals, patients and other stakeholders in healthcare. We provide premium content to improve medical practice and our goal is to promote health through communication with a global network of medical practitioners and patients.

    • Gynaecology and breast

    This interactive course for GPs helps them to have meaningful and effective counselling discussions with women seeking information about the menopause, its symptoms and management.

  • Londonwide Local Medical Committees logo

    Londonwide Local Medical Committees

    Londonwide Local Medical Committees (LMCs) is the clinically led independent voice of GPs London. We aim to secure the future of general practice through our work with all partners in the health and social care sector. We support and represent over 7,000 GPs and around 1,250 practices in London through our 27 locally elected committees.

    • Gynaecology and breast
    • Sexual health

    The course follows guidance from PHE in relation to the training of cervical sample takers and incorporates the competency framework CHS37. The course consists of 2 classroom taught days, a practical element with a final requirement of achieving 20 adequate samples and completion of a personal training record workbook

  • Haemochromatosis UK

    Haemochromatosis UK are the country’s only charity supporting people affected by genetic haemochromatosis. We provide clinician education and patient resources, raise awareness and stimulate medical research into this, the UK’s most common genetic condition.

    • Haematology

    Discover the UK’s most common genetic condition, which affects up to 1 in 10 people in Northern Ireland, 1 in 113 in Scotland and 1 in 150 in England & Wales. Learn the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. CPD awarding.

  • Reward Foundation logo

    The Reward Foundation

    The Reward Foundation Love Sex and the Internet is the only RCGP-accredited provider of training on the impact of internet pornography on health. We are a Scottish charity established in 2014. Our team has wide international experience as communicators in mental and physical health, online safety, child protection, law, educational attainment and relationships.

    • Mental health
    • Sexual health

    Improve your confidence to work with people whose lives have been affected by the physical, mental and social impact of pornography with this online course. Learn best practices from experts about how to discuss and treat sexual dysfunctions, and achieve good sexual health.

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