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Flexible online education and training

Build and manage your own education and training programmes from our catalogue of over 400 courses covering clinical, professional development, personal skills and research.

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User survey results show that 99% of healthcare professionals felt the courses helped them to improve patient care, and 98% feel more confident in their clinical practice as a result of using them.*

Select courses for your needs

We have worked closely with students, junior doctors, nurses, clinicians and researchers since 2003 to bring you the best available evidence-based online learning.

Courses include: 

  • Induction and preparing for working on the wards
  • Interpreting tests
  • Priority clinical conditions
  • Safer prescribing
  • Examination and practical skills
  • Research
  • Professional development and personal skills

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Flexible content delivery 

BMJ’s collection of online courses can be simply delivered as a shareable content object reference model (SCORM) export. This means they can seamlessly integrate into your own Learning Management System (LMS).

With Rapid Knowledge, you can choose the most relevant courses at the appropriate time, with the option to change your package at any time throughout the year.

Why Rapid Knowledge? 

  • Cost-efficient – save time and money in producing and maintaining your own online courses
  • Trusted content – access high-quality, reliable content from BMJ, continuously updated to reflect important changes
  • Choice and flexibility – complete freedom to select and change your courses based on your institution’s needs
  • Easy access – provide centralised access to all educational content via your LMS, with no additional logins or user training required
  • Improved learner management – actively mandate and manage learning, and track progress in your LMS
  • Improved reporting – read, run and report on course activity from your LMS, with data feeding into your own reporting system
“When you start the module, there are pre-questions and real-life case scenarios, which I can apply to my clinical practice and teaching. This is what I like about BMJ Learning. All the information is evidence-based with references. As we teach students, we have to speak with evidence. ”
Dr Le Dai Duong, Doctor at Geriatric & Palliative Care Ward and Education coordinator University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Ho Chi Minh City

*BMJ Learning user survey, Qatar, Feb 2016.

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