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Introduction to Paediatric Musculoskeletal Clinical Skills - pGALS
This introductory short course from the authors of Paediatric Musculoskeletal Matters (www.pmmonline.org) will provide knowledge to support your musculoskeletal assessment of children and young people in primary and secondary care.
Human Tissue Act (Research Sector) Training
Learn about best practice when working with human tissue, and how to ensure compliance with the Human Tissue Act in the research sector.
An Introduction to Policy Evaluation for Public Health
NOTE: This is NOT a standalone course, and this is only the online component to be completed after sitting in on the face-to-face course. This blended course introduces statistical techniques to evaluate public health interventions and policy.
Paediatric Musculoskeletal Medicine in Primary Care - A Guide for GPs
This short course is targeted at primary care clinicians looking to improve their assessment of musculoskeletal presentations in children and young people.
The Child with Fever - Infection or not?
This interactive module covers 'fever in a child' taking the learner through clinical assessment, differential diagnosis and approach to management. It is particularly useful for UK paediatric trainees as it will will map to key learning outcomes from the Level 1 paediatric curriculum.
Introduction to Ageing for Innovators
This short course from the National Innovation Centre for Ageing provides a background to the ageing population, its impact and opportunities for innovation.
Paediatric Assessment: Developmental and Musculoskeletal Case Studies for Physiotherapists
This short, case-study based module focuses on identifying children with possible ‘red flag’ pathology from those with normal gait variants, and aims to describe the assessment process, testing clinical reasoning skills and signposting to further resources that may be useful.
TEDEI - Training in Early Detection for Early Intervention
This interactive course offers training in how to detect early atypical motor behaviour in infants 0-6 months old. It is designed principally for front-line community healthcare professionals but is relevant to many others working with infants. Sign up now and take the course in your own time.