RCP E-learning

Here you'll find a variety of opportunities to learn, many of which are discounted for RCP members. To find out about the benefits of RCP membership, visit https://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/join

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This course has been developed and adapted from the RCP Acute Care Toolkit 11: Using data to improve care. The aim of this module is to help clinicians draw together the information necessary to understand the quality of care that they and their team provide. Read More

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A flexible, practical and personalised package which offers three hours of online training. It helps you to fully understand the methods used for assessing trainees and gives insight as to what makes for good practice in assessing trainees in the workplace.  This module will cover a range of assessments including WPBAs and SLEs.  Read More

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A personal development plan (PDP) is an essential requirement of the revalidation process and helps you to identify and address your development needs. Developing an effective PDP is a flexible, practical and personalised online training package. It helps you to understand the importance of PDPs, how to update and develop your PDP and how to set SMART objectives. Read More

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This online learning session helps you to understand a variety of feedback methodologies and how best to utilise feedback with your colleagues and direct reports. Read More

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This online course is an introductory, flexible and practical e-learning package that consists of 2 hours of CPD-approved online training. It will introduce the principles of health economics and its use in evaluating healthcare interventions and informing decision making regarding adoption of these interventions in clinical practice.   Read More

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This course is an introduction to health inequalities and the social determinants of health. It clearly sets out the significant health inequalities that exist in our society and the main drivers of these inequalities, which are rooted in social, economic and environmental circumstances. It aims to increase clinicians’ understanding of their role in tackling these issues, providing clear practical actions which can be taken. Read More

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