MIMS Learning's Espresso CPD helps GPs to top up credits for appraisal

Bite-size Espresso learning can help you top up your CPD hours for appraisal, by doing 15-minute e-learning modules at a time to suit you.

The Espresso modules from MIMS Learning bring you mobile-friendly videos, quick updates, and illustrated guides on a wide variety of clinical topics.

You can use Espresso to learn during surgery breaks, or in your spare time. Create and export reflective notes from each module, and receive a 0.25 hour CPD certificate for each completed module.

The modules below are live now, and MIMS Learning will be adding more in the coming weeks, to help you in the run-up to appraisal.

What's new in guidance on combined hormonal contraception
Espresso CPD: In a 4-minute video, GP Dr Caroline Cooper explains key points from Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health guidance on combined hormonal contraception, and gives prescribing tips for GPs and nurses.

Test your knowledge of dermatology - September 2019
Espresso CPD: find gaps in your dermatology knowledge with our quick 7-question quiz on dermatology topics, including shingles, sexually-transmitted diseases, keratinous conditions and acne.

Five tips for teaching inhaler technique
Espresso CPD: in a 2.5-minute video, Dr Dermot Ryan sets out five key tips to improve asthma control through better inhaler technique.

Watch Dr Ravi Ramanathan explain how Espresso is perfect for topping up your CPD for appraisal

MIMS Learning membership

A MIMS Learning membership subscription gives you access to CPD in Espresso and all other learning formats, with over 550 learning modules to choose from.

Find out more about what MIMS Learning membership has to offer for GPs and other primary care professionals, or take a free module to get to know the site.

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