What is the GP Curriculum Centre?
The GP Curriculum Centre is a unique online resource that takes the RCGP curriculum for GPs in training and links each learning requirement to selected articles in our archive.
Why has Healthcare Republic launched this unique service?
We wanted to give our users instant access to relevant learning materials without having to search the whole archive.
Is it free?
Yes, but you have to be a registered user of Healthcare Republic to access the resource.
How are articles selected for the GP Curriculum Centre?
We asked GP educators and primary care experts to identify articles that fit your learning needs in each part of the curriculum. They choose from the thousands of articles that we publish in our wide range of primary care journals.
What types of article are included?
The articles range from case studies and pictorial diagnostic aids, to opinion pieces and clinical reviews.
How often will the contents be updated?
New articles will be added every week. We have set the lifetime of an article at two years and will aim to renew all articles within that timeframe.
However, older articles remain in the listing if they are still relevant.
Can you give me an example of how it works?
It's really up to you how you use the resource. The most obvious way would be to visit the main curriculum page, which lists each of the 32 sections and navigate from there.
Can I create a record of the articles that I've read?
Yes. When you register you are given your own online storage folder, where you can bookmark articles.
Where can I find the GP Curriculum Centre?
You can find the GP Curriculum Centre at www.healthcarerepublic.com/curriculum or link from our new GP registrar resource centre at www.healthcarerepublic.com/registrar.