OnMedica’s free, independent content is developed by expert editors and clinicians, and designed to keep GPs up to date as quickly and easily as possible across a wide range of clinical areas.
To support with education around conditions that impact on women’s health specifically, OnMedica has published a range of content types, including case-based quizzes, courses and quick guides, all created with a focus on bitesize learning.
Each of the quick quizzes enable you to test your knowledge via a specific case scenario – Will you be able to identify the condition? Are you familiar with the red flags? Do you know what the appropriate treatment is?
Two examples of recent quizzes on women’s health topics are listed below, and new quizzes are published weekly across a range of clinical topics:
More in-depth, modular-style courses that follow a bitesize digestible format are also available, allowing you to dip in and out of your topic of interest as you see fit while earning CME credits.
For example, in this course on spotting the signs of breast cancer you will learn about:
- Normal breast anatomy
- Risk factors
- Offering surveillance
- Different presentations in primary care
- Differential diagnoses
Quick guides and guideline summaries
Quick guides and guideline summaries collate key points for GPs from evidence-based guidelines including those from FSRH and NICE. They are designed to be bookmarked and referred to as needed, as you will see from the examples below:
As you know, keeping up-to-date with the latest guidance is an important part of a healthcare professional’s role, and when you sign up to OnMedica you will receive regular email bulletins on the latest evidence and news.
Words by OnMedica Editorial Team.