Our e-learning programmes offer an alternative way of accessing learning and are available from this website.
When developing our e-learning programmes, we have used a variety of activities and exercises: some will make your learning fun and some are included to challenge your understanding and test what you have learnt. In our New medicine service video wall you can listen to a GP, a patient, the original researchers and leaders talk about the service.
Click on e-learning portfolio in the menu on the left to see what we can offer you.
We have developed several styles of e-learning programmes:
All our e-learning programmes can be accessed from this website.
We also have a CD-ROM:
This can be ordered from the open learning portfolio.
Accessing e-learning programmes
To use our e-learning programmes, first you have to register on to our website. Once you are registered, log in using your GPhC number or S registrant number and password. You can also read more about Why CPPE are using tokens in our help section.
Downloadable programmes - PDF documents
Most of our open learning programmes can also be downloaded as a PDF document, which can then be saved to your computer. They can be found in the open learning portfolio. Click on the PDF icon next to the programme title and follow the on-screen instuctions.
All our pre-workshop materials and updates for programmes are also available as downloadble PDF documents.
What's new in the BNF?
In 2009 we launched the first BNF e-update, which was developed in collaboration with the team at the British National Formulary (BNF). We have continued this collaboration with our interactive PDF programme What's new in the BNF?, released every six months as each new edition of the BNF is published.
Each new version of the What's new in the BNF? includes around ten clinical case studies with short answer questions, suitable for all areas of practice.
The programme takes around 45 minutes to complete and will easily help you to keep up to date with the most recent changes in the BNF. To download this programme, visit our open learning portfolio.