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    Working with expert academics, professional bodies and clinicians in the field, BJC Learning offers rigorous and comprehensive modular e-learning programmes. It’s free to use and modules can be completed at your own pace. Self-assessment with online certification enables you to gain credits for continuing medical education activities at any time.

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    Advances in the treatment of chronic heart failure with reduced ejection fraction in real-world settings

    In this learning programme, based on a BJC supplement ‘Advances in the treatment of chronic heart failure with reduced ejection fraction in real-world settings’, we learn the role of sacubitril/valsartan in the treatment and management of chronic heart failure.


    ACS management

    ACS management

    In this learning programme, based on a BJC supplement ‘The post-acute coronary syndrome patient: optimising management’, we learn how to optimise management of the post-acute coronary syndrome (ACS) patient.



    Two million people in the UK have angina and rates are increasing. Accurate diagnosis is not always easy and treatment is often suboptimal. Our programme covers all aspects of this debilitating condition including the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment.



    The ability to perform invasive diagnostic coronary angiography is a core requirement for cardiologists and fellows in training programmes. However, although key to their independence is the ability to obtain high-quality images that allow visualisation of the entire coronary vasculature, there exists no formal systematic method or teaching aid. This article provides an overview of the radiological equipment used in the catheter laboratory, details the naming of the different angiographic projections, and gives key tips and tricks to improve image quality. In addition, the coronary vasculature is broken down into segments, with descriptions provided of the essential views required to image each one. Using this approach, it aims to provide an essential aid to trainees and other healthcare professionals at the start of their careers.



    Many common problems in clinical practice relate to arterial and venous thrombosis. Our programme will help give you a clear understanding of anticoagulation from the underlying pathways to the new medical treatments and best clinical management.

    diabetes and CVD

    Diabetes and management of CVD

    It is estimated that there are well over four million people living with type 2 diabetes in the UK at present, with many more undiagnosed. Diabetes imposes considerable premature vascular risks on individuals. In this programme, the well-established concept of multiple risk factors leading to excess diabetes risk is acknowledged, with confirmation of considerable successes in reducing cardiovascular disease (CVD) risks (non-fatal more than fatal) in diabetes. However, we also discuss age differentials in risk, whereby younger-onset type 2 diabetes is shown to be much more pathogenic, and is better highlighted with a call for better management in these groups, and more trials.

    Electrolytes: Hyperkalaemia - potassium and the heart

    Electrolytes: Potassium and the heart

    Hyperkalaemia is an often asymptomatic condition, caused by elevated levels of serum potassium, and can cause a number of different heart problems, such as arrhythmia. This podcast will provide an understanding of the causes of hyperkalaemia and how we can manage it, the role of diet and new drugs.

    heart failure device

    Heart failure

    Heart failure prevalence is high, and rising due to the increasing age of the population. To help you get up-to-date in this increasingly important area, BJC Learning in partnership with the British Society for Heart Failure, has published a comprehensive programme covering all aspects of this growing problem.


    Heart valve disease

    New technologies are revolutionising life for patients with heart valve disease. Our programme, written in partnership with the British Heart Valve Society, covers all aspects of this growing problem, now the third most common cardiac disease.



    Reducing cholesterol is vital in inherited and other high-risk cardiac disorders. This programme comprehensively reviews every aspect of lipid medicine, including metabolism, risk, diagnosis, management and treatment.



    There has been a startling recent increase in the prevalence of overweight and obese people in virtually every country in the world. This module gives an introduction to obesity and its impact on society.


    Pulmonary hypertension

    Pulmonary hypertension is now a treatable condition. But while treatments improve some forms of the disease, they can worsen others. So achieving an accurate diagnosis is essential. Our programme will guide you on the management of these patients.

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“Clearly explains the mode of action of anti-platelet drugs”

Anticoagulation module


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