The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way the world works, with healthcare professionals probably feeling the effects more keenly than most. But as well as caring for patients, doctors have also had to keep on top of their ongoing learning and professional development, and this too has had to adapt in recent months.
To accommodate this, and to give you continued access to the benefits of our educational expertise, we've expanded the suite of e-learning modules available on our website. Along with the previously released e-learning, you can now improve and test your knowledge on a new range of topics.
Click the links below to access the following courses:
We'll be addressing other topics later in the year and widening the scope of our offer, so keep an eye out for notifications and updates in the coming weeks and months.
For the full list of online e-learning modules, see the Learn and develop section of the MDU website.
This article was correct at publication on 28/09/2020. It is intended as general guidance for members only. If you are a member and need specific advice relating to your own circumstances, please contact one of our advisers.
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