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External Modules

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UCLH and British Medical Journal Training Package on 8 Types of Cancer

Cancers covered include breast, head and neck, lung, skin and soft tissue, abdominal and pelvic (upper GI, colorectal and gynaecological), urological and prostate and rare cancers.

The package contains current and evidence-based clinical content aligned to clinical guidance. It’s convenient (you can work at your own pace, wherever you have an internet connection), CPD-approved and free of charge.

To receive your personal log-in, please visit BMJ diagnosis of cancer or email UCLH Cancer Academy.

 

RCGP Module on Colorectal Cancer

A 30-minute session with information on the presentation of colorectal cancer, particularly looking at the reasons behind late presentation and the implications of this. Explores diagnostic and screening investigations and discusses next steps following referral to the cancer pathway. Course was developed in partnership with UCLH Cancer Collaborative.

 

Coding and Safety Netting in the Context of Cancer

This e-learning module, developed in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support, is suitable for GPs, GP trainees and other primary-care clinical staff. The course comprises video introductions, a section summarising the theory of coding and safety netting and five interactive case studies.

 

CCG Modules

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Cow's Milk Allergy

Video and quiz on cow's milk allergy

Rhinosinusitis 

Video and quiz on rhinosinusitis

Back Pain Module

Video and quiz on the assessment and management of lower back pain

IBS Module

Video and quiz about practical aspects of patients presenting with Irritable Bowel Syndrome and addressing real life issues around functional disorders of the gut

Frailty Module

Videos and quiz pertaining to the Frail Elderly population in Camden. The module aims to:

  • Increase the identification and methods of assessment for frail elderly
  • Improve the quality of care planning
  • Improve prescribing for frail elderly
  • Differentiate between frailty and complex care