Blog entry by Rcgp Learning

Owl%20image.PNGAt the RCGP you are part of a community.  A community that provides its members with networks for support and advice, a collective voice for GPs and opportunities for innovation and research.  It’s a community that values your learning and wants to ensure you’re always learning, throughout your career as a GP.

Developed by GPs for GPs, the college offers many high-quality educational resources. As well as supporting your learning, these resources are a great way to boost your CPD credits. As an RCGP member, you can also benefit from accessing the majority of our resources for free.

One example of free resources is the RCGP’s series of Educational Libraries. These libraries are published by the RCGP in partnership with specialist organisations and can be accessed here.

There are currently two topics in this brand new resource, with many more being added over the next year. As an introduction to the Educational Libraries, this blog post outlines some of the ways you can utilise this resource to meet your learning needs.

How can these libraries help me?

The Educational Libraries provide you with a great opportunity to explore other aspects of general practice.

Supporting your CPD, these libraries bring together national guidelines and educational resources such as eLearning, journal articles and podcasts that are relevant to GPs and other primary healthcare professionals. Information on relevant courses you can attend are also included to help you learn from peers, gain networking opportunities and to really get the most out of being a GP.

What is included in this series?

Womens%20health_cropped.jpgWomen’s health

Developed in partnership with the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FRSH). It is free to access here.

Content from the Women’s health library has been viewed over 29,000 times since its launch in May 2017.

Dermatology_cropped.jpgDermatology

Developed in partnership with the British Association of Dermatologists and the Primary Care Dermatology Society (PCDS). It is free to access here.

Content from the Dermatology library has been viewed over 6,000 times since its launch in March 2018.

How can I access the Educational Libraries?

Visit the RCGP’s online learning environment and select the ‘Educational Libraries’  section on the homepage.

You’ll find that the resources have been organised in a clear and user-friendly format designed to help GPs meet their learning needs and improve opportunities to specialise and diversify in their career. 

[ Modified: Friday, 1 June 2018, 9:55 AM ]