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Courses and webinars to support your CPD requirements. Take the headache out of your CPD requirements. Complete your CPD requirements online and get them automatically uploaded.

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Webinars starting from £120

Upcoming Live Course Webinars

Join us live for our fully interactive online course experience. All the benefits of a face to face course from the comfort of your own home

Ask as many questions as you want to our dedicated Q&A wingman and participate in polls making the whole experience as exciting and fulfilling as attending a face to face course.

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Hot Topics Clinic
Hot Topics NASH Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Clinic - Live Webinar - Tuesday 6th December 2022

Clinic

Join us for this 1-hour free clinic all about Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver disease. This is a really hot topic, especially with increasing numbers and emerging new evidence for treatments, so we will take a very primary care-orientated practical approach based on a case study. We will remind ourselves about the general management of abnormal LFTs in primary care, when and how to suspect NAFLD and how to confirm the diagnosis.

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Dermatology
Hot Topics Dermatology for Primary Care - Live Webinar - Friday 20th January 2023

Live Webinar

With dermatology appearing in up to 25% of our general practice consultations, many skin conditions being managed exclusively in primary care, and for patients who require a referral they are facing increasingly longer waiting times, now is a great time to update and refresh our dermatology knowledge. The aim of this webinar is to increase your diagnostic skills, confidence and management of the common dermatology conditions we see in primary care.

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Hot Topics GP Update
Hot Topics GP Update Winter 2023 - Live Webinar - Saturday 28th January 2023

Live Webinar

The Hot Topics GP Update course is the original one day course to update GPs with the latest developments in the literature and to serve as a platform for CPD and help to deliver better patient care. The course revolves around short, engaging presentations that merge recent clinical evidence with real-life clinical scenarios.


Online courses

Want to learn at your own pace and on your own schedule? Why not try an NB Medical pre-recorded course?

With a pre-recorded NB course, you can work your way through a course at your own leisure and at your own speed. 6 hours of learning, broken down into topics, available 24 hours a day to suit your own schedule

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Diabetes
Hot Topics Diabetes for Primary Care 2023 Online Course

Online Course

The Diabetes for Primary Care webinar is ideal for all GPs, practice nurses and pharmacists needing an update in diabetes, and not just for GPs with a special interest. As diabetes becomes ever more common and at the same time the management becomes more complex, this webinar aims to help break down all of the research into bite-size topics.

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Urgent Care
Hot Topics Urgent Care 2023 Online Course

Online Course

The Urgent Care course is a truly multidisciplinary, evidence-based update in acute patient management, covering national and international literature/ guidelines to ensure you are providing the most up-to-date evidence-informed patient care broken up into small bite-size topics.

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Dermatology
Hot Topics Dermatology in Primary Care 2022-2023 Online Course

Online Course

With dermatology appearing in up to 25% of our general practice consultations, many skin conditions being managed exclusively in primary care, and for patients who require a referral they are facing increasingly longer waiting times, now is a great time to update and refresh our dermatology knowledge. The aim of this webinar is to increase your diagnostic skills, confidence and management of the common dermatology conditions we see in primary care.