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BMJ Learning now features modules in 10 languages. Change your language settings at the top right of the page to view the translated modules.
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BMJ Learning offers CPD/CME modules for all healthcare professionals and students. For more tailored content for your profession, select one of the options below.
New on BMJ Learning
- Reducing the risk of hyponatraemia when administering intravenous fluids to children
- Managing patients at risk of prostate cancer
- Chest pain of recent origin - assessment and diagnosis: in association with NICE
- Parkinson's disease: non-motor symptoms
- Acute kidney injury: a guide to diagnosis and treatment
This week on BMJ Learning
Today we're highlighting 'Falls Awareness Week' from Age UK. For some insight into this, why not try out our modules on falls in older people: prevention and management, and assessment for risk of falls in older adults.
We're also looking at 'Sarcoma Awareness Week' with Sarcoma UK. Feel like testing your knowledge? Try our module on soft tissue and bone sarcomas.
Free BMJ Learning modules
Revalidation of UK doctors
BMJ Learning has produced four podcasts to help you through revalidation, including an exclusive interview with Professor Sir Peter Rubin, chairman of the GMC and the first doctor in the UK to be revalidated.
- Revalidation: an interview with the GMC’s Professor Sir Peter Rubin
- Revalidation in primary care
- Revalidation in secondary care
- Revalidation: a guide for appraisers
There's also lots of useful information on the BMJ's revalidation portal.