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BMJ Learning

BMJ Learning is a collection of over 300 online interactive tutorials on clinical subjects and deal with everyday issues in primary care and hospital medicine. They are evidence based and and peer reviewed, and are regularly updated. It is commissioned by the BMJ Publishing Group.

The 26 Foundation Skills modules are suitable for doctors completing the foundation programme, core and specialty trainees and other members of the clinical workforce. The 35 Surgical Skills modules cover surgical techniques and procedures for ST 1 & 2 level surgical trainees.  As well as detailed modules on surgical procedures, the product also includes sections on anaesthesia, suture techniques, instrument handling and guides on patient consent.

Is BMJ Learning for me?

  • Paramedics
  • Physiotherapists
  • Dieticians
  • Respiratory therapist
  • Occupational therapists

as well as the professions below plus others will find useful materials in there.

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The first time you access this resource you will need to register. Open BMJ Learning and Register here 

For help using BMJ Learning, and to see answers to common questions, please see our Help and FAQs page. If you’re new to BMJ Portfolio, you might like to take a look at the user guide.

BMJ Learning

BMJ learning is a site which has tons of materials for revising and refreshing your knowledge on a wide range of  evidence based uptodate modules for healthcare professions.

The first time you access this resource you will need to register. On the right hand side of the screen click on “Register here for free modules” and complete the registration including choosing your own password.  At the last screen of your registration click on go to BMJ Learning.

Alternatively, if you have previously registered, then login to BMJ Learning on the right hand side of the home page. Once you have logged in, your name should appear on the right hand side of the screen and click on “Shibboleth access”. Ensure on the next screen that the Federation selected is the “UK Access Management Federation….” then click on continue. Select “Cardiff University” from the drop down list and click Select. If you logged in via the portal you shouldn’t be asked for a username and password.  But if you go to BMJ Learning via another route you will at this point be asked for your Cardiff username and password. You should now be able to access all the content on BMJ Learning.

 

 

BMJ Learning –

BMJ Learning is a web site for medical professionals. It offers a wide range of learning resources, commissioned by the BMJ Publishing Group. The learning resources deal with everyday issues in primary care and hospital medicine from Diabetes to Surgical Skills. They have thousands of learning modules that are evidence based and kept up to date.

The first time you access this resource you will need to register. On the right hand side of the screen click on “Register here for free modules” and complete the registration including choosing your own password.  At the last screen of your registration click on go to BMJ Learning.

Alternatively, if you have previously registered, then login to BMJ Learning on the right hand side of the home page. Once you have logged in, your name should appear on the right hand side of the screen and click on “Shibboleth access”. Ensure on the next screen that the Federation selected is the “UK Access Management Federation….” then click on continue. Select “Cardiff University” from the drop down list and click Select. If you logged in via the portal you shouldn’t be asked for a username and password.  But if you go to BMJ Learning via another route you will at this point be asked for your Cardiff username and password. You should now be able to access all the content on BMJ Learning.

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Cardiff University access to BMJ Learning

BMJ Learning has a wide range of learning resources and deal with everyday issues in primary care and hospital medicine. They are evidence based and and peer reviewed, and are regularly updated. It is commissioned by the BMJ Publishing Group.

Is BMJ Learning for me?

BMJ Learning has modules suitable for anyone who works in healthcare, including:

  • Hospital doctors
  • General practitioners
  • Trainee and Foundation Programme doctors
  • Practice nurses
  • Practice managers.

The first time you access this resource you will need to register.

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For help using BMJ Learning, and to see answers to common questions, please see our Help and FAQs page. If you’re new to BMJ Portfolio, you might like to take a look at the user guide.