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Continuing Professional Development Courses for GPs

14 Feb 2017
Continuing Professional Development Courses for GPs

The Department of General Practice offers a number of fully accredited blended learning postgraduate CPD modules covering diabetes in primary care, cardiovascular disease in primary care and is launching a new module on dementia in primary care for 2017. These modules are accredited by UCC and are specifically designed for the needs of a busy primary care clinician.  The courses run over a 12 week period with online discussion and learning facillitated by a range of expert tutors, and is accompanied by two practical study days (which are accredited for CPD by the ICGP).

More information about the CPD courses and how to reserve a place on the courses can be found on the Department of General Practice website or by contacting Katie Murphy or Siobhan Boyle within the Department.

The Department of General Practice runs CPD accredited blended learning courses annually for GPs and primary care health professionals covering diabetes, cardiovascular disease and dementia.  Each course runs for 12 weeks with a structured online discussion managed by clinical tutors, along with 2 on-site study days covering clinical skills.  The courses are accredited at postgraduate level for 10 ECTS.  The courses are also accredited for CPD points by the ICGP.  

More information about the CPD courses and how to reserve a place on the courses can be found on the Department of General Practice website or by contacting Katie Murphy or Siobhan Boyle within the Department.

Department of General Practice

Cleachtadh Ginearálta

Room 2.41, T12 XF62

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