New MIMS Learning Essentials resource focuses on the latest clinical guidance

A brand new resource called MIMS Learning Essentials brings together a mixture of online and live learning to update GPs on the latest clinical guidance relevant to everyday general practice.

MIMS Learning Essentials saves GPs time by digesting clinical guidelines and explaining simply how to apply the recommendations in everyday practice.

  • A mixture of online and live learning
  • GPs can take notes using the online MIMS Learning CPD Organiser
  • Help GPs with meeting appraisal and revalidation requirements
  • Case studies and audit ideas show how to apply the learning to practice

The mix of online and live learning includes the Essentials Syllabus, containing easy to read summaries of all the latest clinical guidance relevant to general practice in one place, and the Essentials Events, new one-day practical updates for GPs covering at least 20 guidance updates per event.

All the material used has been written and reviewed by expert GPs. It is constantly updated and always made applicable to general practice.

The Syllabus is a comprehensive online resource and designed as learning activities so GPs can earn CPD certificates as they learn, as well as simply use them as a reference.

Essentials Events

The Essentials Events are based on the MIMS Learning Essentials Syllabus and will be taking place around the country in 2016. 

Expert GP speakers will be providing updates on over 20 recent clinical guidelines, outlining what GPs should do differently in their practice and illustrated by case studies.

Delegates are able use an innovative new notetaking format at the event, which allows users to type notes straight into the online MIMS Learning CPD organiser on their smartphone, laptop or tablet at the events.

MIMS Learning Essentials is available to buy via the website today, which includes an Essentials Event and a full year’s subscription to the Essentials Syllabus with new updates added as new guidance comes out.

Full details can be found at

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