IPCRG has worked in partnership on several major e-learning programmes.

Primary Care Education on COVID-19 and Respiratory Disease

Enrol now in IPCRG's free accredited e-learning modules for primary care education on COVID-19 and respiratory disease!

Our new accredited case-based e-learning course 'Primary Care Education on COVID-19 and Respiratory Disease' is now open for registration. The course addresses the needs of primary care health professionals who face a fast-changing environment following the COVID-19 pandemic. Enrol in this course featuring six modules developed by leading IPCRG experts. The course is open to all: participation and certification are free.

There are six modules, each lasting 2 hours, on managing respiratory health and COVID-19 in primary care. Each module works independently and you can study at your own pace. Every module is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). Earn 2 European CME Credits ECMEC®s per module. There is reciprocal accreditation with the American Medical Association (AMA).

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With Medscape Education Global we have generated continuing medical education certified materials on the diagnosis and management of people with difficult to manage asthma, exploring when to refer, what to expect from a referral to a hospital specialist, and giving an update on treatments for severe asthma.  In addition to two roundtable discussions, there are commentaries in French, Spanish, Italian and German; an interactive simulated case with a patient, and further resources.

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A summary of the resources available including links can be accessed here


As part of the research programme RESPIRE led by the University of Edinburgh, funded by the UK National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), IPCRG is working with our network including colleagues in South Asia to produce the content for a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) that will be published by the University of Edinburgh MOOC team on FutureLearn.

Learning topics will include the recognition, diagnosis and management of chronic respiratory diseases in low and middle income countries. 

Find out more here

Treating tobacco dependence

With EPG Health for Medthority, an expert IPCRG faculty on helping smokers quit has authored an e-learning programme on treating tobacco dependence, including case studies and three assessments of learning.  This went live in June 2020; new material is being added.

Please take a look and share with colleagues: https://www.medthority.com/very-brief-advice-for-tobacco-dependency-learning-zone/