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Early Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer in General Practice

An e-Learning course on early diagnosis of prostate cancer in general practice. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals in the UK.

Prescribing in General Practice

An e-Learning course on prescribing in general practice. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals in the UK.

Post-polio Syndrome

An E-Learning course on Post-polio Syndrome. The course is FREE for RCGP members and available for purchase by other healthcare professionals.

Point of Care Testing

An e-Learning course on Point of Care Testing. This course is FREE to RCGP members and available for purchase for all other primary healthcare professionals.

Early Diagnosis of Cancer

The Early Diagnosis of Cancer e-learning course highlights the importance of recognising cancer in its early stages and the essential role of the GP in identifying common delays. This course is FREE to all healthcare professionals in the UK.

DynaMed

DynaMed provides clinicians and educators with the evidence-based information they need to make informed decisions. Content includes thousands of topics that are updated daily allowing clinicians to quickly and easily get the most current information about a particular diagnosis disease or treatment.

Drugs - Management of Drug Misuse Level 1

An e-Learning course on management of drug misuse in general practice. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Patient Safety and Quality Improvement in Primary Care

We all aim to deliver safe care in general practice but it is easy for patient safety incidents (sometimes referred to as ?significant events?) to happen often as a result of systems as well as errors by staff. This course will describe some scenarios where patient safety incidents have occurred and then look at how these can be prevented as well as exploring improvement tools to support you to identify learning to improve future care delivery in your practice.

Pancreatic Cancer: early diagnosis in general practice

An e-Learning course on early diagnosis for pancreatic cancer in general practice. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals..

Drugs Identification and Harm Reduction

An eLearning course on drugs misuse in general practice. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Diagnosis and management of osteoporosis

This module uses a case based approach to discussing the diagnosis and management of osteoporosis and prevention of fragility fractures incorporating the guidance from NICE SIGN and National Osteoporosis Guidelines Group (NOGG) and identifying the differences between them where relevant. It highlights ?at risk? groups and discusses the FRAX and QFracture risk assessment tools giving the opportunity to use them in the scenarios presented. Your knowledge of management options is tested and guidance is offered on when to refer to secondary care. The module discusses how often to monitor patients at risk of fragility fractures and provides suggestions for resources that clinicians can use with their patients.

Neuromuscular Conditions

An e-Learning course on prescribing in general practice. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Myeloma

Myeloma is a malignant neoplasm of plasma cells which tends to present later in life and is becoming more common as the population ages. The incidence has increased by 17% over the last decade and the increase is forecast to continue. This five minute screencast gives you the essential information about when to suspect myeloma both in patients with symptoms and those who have suspicious blood tests found incidentally. It also discusses the early stage of MGUS and how to monitor patients with this asymptomatic condition.

Motor Neurone Disease Advanced Care

An e-Learning course on Motor Neurone Disease Advanced Care. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Diagnosis and management in osteoporosis

This module uses a case based approach to discussing the diagnosis and management of osteoporosis and prevention of fragility fractures incorporating the guidance from NICE SIGN and National Osteoporosis Guidelines Group (NOGG) and identifying the differences between them where relevant. It highlights ?at risk? groups and discusses the FRAX and QFracture risk assessment tools giving the opportunity to use them in the scenarios presented. Your knowledge of management options is tested and guidance is offered on when to refer to secondary care. The module discusses how often to monitor patients at risk of fragility fractures and provides suggestions for resources that clinicians can use with their patients.

Dependence on Medication

An e-Learning course on Dependence on Medication

Core Skills in Musculoskeletal Care

This easily accessible e-learning package is designed to develop your skills and knowledge so you can provide the best possible care for patients with MSK conditions in a primary care setting. The course is in two parts which are broken down into bite-size modules. Upon completion of the course you will have an improved ability and confidence to assess diagnose investigate treat and appropriately refer your patients. The course is informed by NICE guidelines to help you provide a high standard of care on a daily basis.

Motor Neurone Disease

An elearning course on Motor Neurone Disease. This course is FREE to all primary healthcare professionals.

Red Flags Diagnosis Tool presentation

The Motor Neurone Disease Association has worked with RCGP to create a Red Flag tool for MND designed to help GPs make timely referrals to neurology and speed up the time to accurate diagnosis. This presentation accompanies the Red Flag Tool so that it can be shared in a training environment.

COPD and Nutrition

There is an important link between chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and nutritional status with malnutrition having a profound impact on disease progression and general functioning. This module explains why patients with COPD may not achieve adequate nutritional intake. Assessing nutritional status using the ?MUST? screening tool enables clinicians to advise on appropriate management. This module will explain the ?MUST? tool and discuss the treatment options for malnutrition including food fortification and oral nutritional supplements.

Contraception

An e-Learning course on Contraception. This course is FREE to all RCGP members and available for purchase for all other primary healthcare professionals.

Consultation with young people with mental health problems: a practical guide

An e-Learning course on Consultation with young people with mental health problems - a practical guide

Managing uncertainty in autoimmunity

When patients present with common symptoms such as ongoing tiredness and generalised aches and pains it can be difficult for general practitioners to diagnose. It often involves numerous return visits until an underlying cause is found which can be stressful for the patient. This short course will accompany four patients with similar symptoms; taking you backwards on an interactive learning experience through their journey from final diagnosis to their first presentation with tiredness and generalised aches and pains.

Managing Infectious diarrhoea

Managing Infectious diarrhoea

Common atopic presentations in primary care

Following the successful launch of the RCGP's eLearning modules on Allergy these short but in-depth screencasts have been developed to improve GPs' management of common allergies as well as patient outcomes. Peanut allergy rhinitis asthma and atopic eczema are four of the most common presentations in primary care and these screencasts highlight best practice in managing these.

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