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Course review

December 2014 Br J Cardiol 2014;21:IBC

Course review

Dr Andrew Creamer

Abstract

Publisher: British Journal of Cardiology, 2014 Available from: https://bjcardio.co.uk/learning In September 2014 the online learning section of the British Journal of Cardiology website released a six-part series of learning modules covering heart failure. As a core medical trainee, I found that theoretical knowledge did not always translate into clinical practice and, prompted by my educational supervisor (the trust heart failure lead), I undertook the online modules to gain further insight when managing complex patients on the wards. The content of each module and continuing professional development (CPD) points allocated is outlined in tab

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March 2013 Br J Cardiol 2013;20:13

BJC Learning angina programme

Abstract

Coronary heart disease is responsible for one sixth of UK deaths. Improvements in making an earlier diagnosis and more effective management have aided a reduction in mortality over the last two decades. Such improvements would not have been possible without well thought-out and carefully constructed guidance and teaching programmes. With the spread of internet technology, online medical education has seen an exponential growth in popularity. The British Journal of Cardiology (BJC) has recently launched its e-learning site BJC Learning and its first e-learning programme on angina (www.bjcardio.co.uk/learning). The angina e-learning programme

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