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RCGP Accredited CPD Activities and Resources

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The following educational activities/resources have been accredited by the RCGP and are considered to be of high quality and relevant for general practitioners' CPD and Revalidation needs.

If you are a provider of educational activities/resources and you would like to apply for RCGP Educational Accreditation, please email the Accreditation team at accreditation@rcgp.org.uk for the most up to date forms.

If you have attended an accredited course or used a resource and you would like to make a comment, please complete an Activity Evaluation Form. General comments can also be sent to the Accreditation team at: accreditation@rcgp.org.uk

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Arrhythmia Alliance & AF Association

Arrhythmia Alliance (A-A): working together to improve the diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for all those affected by arrhythmias. A-A is a coalition of charities, patient groups, patients, carers, medical groups and allied professionals. View more

Although these groups remain independent, they work together under the A-A umbrella to promote timely and effective diagnosis and treatment of arrhythmias.

Stroke Prevention in Primary Care Webinars 1 & 2

The Stroke Prevention in Primary Care webinar series aims to educate and raise awareness of LAAO View more

as a treatment option for patients in AF contraindicated to anticoagulation.

Boehringer Ingelheim in partnership with the Primary Care Respiratory Academy

Boehringer Ingelheim, established in 1885, is family-owned and one of the Industry’s top 20 companies. They aim to create value through innovation in human pharmaceuticals to extend patients’ lives, in animal health by advanced prevention, and using cell cultures and micro-organisms to create biopharmaceuticals.

Interstitial Lung Disease: Accredited CPD Videos

These videos have been created to provide insight and understanding into how ILD affects patients. Highlighting the need for specialist care... View more

and the importance of the multidisiplinary team: from diagnosis to end-of-life care. They provide an overview of appropriate management and they should improve confidence in providing care to these patients

ILD series part 1: identification and patient referral

This first video will focus on the identification of interstitial lung disease and the process of patient referral.

ILD series part 2: diagnosis and testing

This second video in the series is centred on diagnosis and testing.

ILD series part 3: treatment options and considerations

This video will focus on the treatment options and considerations in interstitial lung disease.

ILD series part 4: end of life care

This final video in the series is focused on end of life care.

Charlie Waller Institute University of Reading

The Charlie Waller Institute (CWI) is a collaborative initiative between the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust, Reading University and Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. CWI provides high quality workshops and short flexible courses, in addition to a number of certificate and diploma programmes in evidence-based (i.e. effective) psychological treatments.

Understanding Anxiety Depression and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Anxiety and depression are terms discussed widely, in different media, amongst family and friends; but what do those labels actually mean?... View more

On this 5-week course you will explore what it means to have anxiety or depression and how they are identified. The course will also demonstrate the leading evidence-based treatment–Cognitive Behavioural Therapy...

Clinical Training Ltd

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. All training in open to General Practitioners, Nurses in GP practices and Hospitals.

Cervical Cytology Screening Update course

This course is designed for experienced sample takers requiring 3yrly updates to remain on the sample taker database. It enables them... View more

to maintain their competencies, in-line with the NHS Guidance for training cervical sample takers. It also updates attendees on local and national activities, resources, what’s new and the future.

Introduction to Cervical Cytology New Skills course

This course is designed for nurses new to this topic. Content: Pre-course reading, 2 core days that are a balance View more

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

Cornerstone Medical Education

A medical education company established and run by frontline GPs with a passion for education and with the understanding of the common challenges facing healthcare professionals. We are extremely experienced in medical education and run practical courses, including Minor Surgery and Joint Injection, all around the UK.

Minor Surgery Course, Cambridge 3-4 February 2022

A highly-popular and nationally-renowned Minor Surgery Course running in Cambridge on 3-4 February 2022

Minor Surgery Course, Manchester 12-13 May 2022

A highly-popular and nationally-renowned Minor Surgery Course running in Manchester on 12-13 May 2022

Minor Surgery Course, Edinburgh 23-24 June 2022

A highly-popular and nationally-renowned Minor Surgery Course running in Edinburgh on 23-24 June 2022

Minor Surgery Course, Oxford 13-14 October 2022

A highly-popular and nationally-renowned Minor Surgery Course running in Oxford on 13-14 October 2022

Dime Square Ltd

DIME Square Ltd. (DSL) specialises in accredited live, online and face-to-face learning. DSL provides the PITstop diabetes training portfolio. A range of accredited courses designed specifically for General Practice teams, delivered by specialists in primary care. Now available live, online. All courses are RCGP accredited.

PrePITstop for Diabetes 3-day Foundation Course

3-day live, online diabetes course focusing on the core diabetes care services provided in General Practice, View more

including the oral diabetes treatment pathway. Suitable for GP’s wanting to take a lead role in diabetes service provision. Not including injectables.

PrePITstop 1-day Key Message Course

1-day live, online course. We take the key messages from the popular 3-day and deliver them in a 6.5 hour programme.... View more

Suitable for GPs with a previous diabetes qualification wanting an update or those not actively involved in diabetes services who feel ‘rusty’.


DocMode.org is a global platform for outcome-based learning in Healthcare by partnering with leading institutions, professional bodies, medico- marketing-diagnostic- research companies and key opinion leaders/subject matter experts in every specialty of evidence-based healthcare to provide learning through unbiased content in the form of certified or accredited courses, live lectures, View more

and engaging these learners to conduct observational clinical research and utilize educational-interactive tools where clear outcomes are observed for the practicing as well as aspiring healthcare professionals.

Alcohol associated Liver diseases: Pearls in diagnosis and management

The program consists of two modules, designed to unravel the most common causes and diagnostic challenges to uncover the myths associated... View more

with the therapeutic options available in its management of liver diseases.

European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD)

EASD is a non-profit making, medical scientific association founded in 1965, which aims to educate, inform and engage healthcare professionals around the world. Their e-Learning platform was launched in 2018 to expand the reach of EASD’s educational goal to disseminate knowledge and proficiency in diabetes research and care worldwide.

Basics of insulin pumping

This module explores the benefits of insulin pump therapy, some of the evidence around insulin pump therapy and the different types... View more

of insulin pumps available. It includes simple tips to optimise pump therapy and enable health professionals to support people with type 1 diabetes, including illustrative case studies.

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD): Epidemiology, pathophysiology and diagnosis

With global rates of diabetes soaring, 70–80% of people with type 2 diabetes also have NAFLD. This module introduces learners to... View more

this serious but reversible condition, including its underlying mechanisms and the diagnostic tools for identifying it. Opportunities are provided for learners to apply their knowledge to at-risk people.

Insulin resistance, the metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes

This module introduces the topic of insulin resistance, exploring the concept of the metabolic syndrome, its links to diabetes and CVD,... View more

the mechanisms and pathogenesis of insulin resistance and interventions to reverse it. Opportunities are provided for learners to apply their knowledge in a clinical context.

Management of hyperglycaemia in type 2 diabetes: ADA/EASD 2018 consensus report

This module explores the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) management guidance focusing on... View more

a patient-centred approach, to improve adherence and therapy persistence; lifestyle interventions; information to inform the choice of glucose-lowering medication and injectable therapies, and strategies to reduce hypoglycaemia.

Management of hyperglycaemia in type 2 diabetes: ADA/EASD 2019 update

Since the 2018 publication of the ADA/EASD report ‘Management of hyperglycaemia in type 2 diabetes’, a wealth of new trial data... View more

has been published. This module outlines new therapeutic approaches, including the use of GLP-1 RAs and SGLT-2 inhibitors and the use of earlier combination therapy in patients.

Overview of diabetes and the kidney

This module introduces diabetic kidney disease (DKD), including its prevalence, diagnosis and consequences and the link between cardiovascular disease and DKD... View more

Evidence from clinical trials underpinning recommendations for optimal glycaemic and blood pressure-control targets and treatment options for people with or at risk of DKD are discussed.

Reducing hypoglycaemia

This module introduces hypoglycaemia, starting with a brief survey of its epidemiology and significance, followed by an exploration of the 3... View more

principal ways of addressing the problem: new insulins, new technologies (including flash monitoring, real-time continuous glucose monitoring and the artificial pancreas) and structured education and training.

Hypoglycaemia in older people

The physiological effects of hypoglycaemia and its consequences (including cognitive impairment) change with age and can be significantly more severe. View more

This module examines the experience of hypoglycaemia for older people with diabetes and the impact of insulin initiation on hypoglycaemia risk and responses.

Phenotypic variability

This module introduces the role of genotyping for people with type 2 diabetes and the treatment options for people diagnosed with... View more

monogenic subtypes of diabetes, the potential treatment implications of phenotyping for type 2 diabetes, the role of biomarkers and the importance of patient-centred care in shared therapeutic decision making.

An introduction to Real-world evidence

This module discusses the educational benefits of understanding the intricacies and relevance of real-world data, as it translates to daily clinical... View more

and the management of people with diabetes. Learners can explore critical design elements and how real-world data is used to support health-economic evaluations and health-technology appraisals

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