Plan, learn and organise with MIMS Learning

MIMS Learning, our educational website, gives you 550 high-quality learning modules, a reflective note-taker and personal CPD organiser, learning plans on key topics and an easy way to export your learning to your appraiser.

MIMS Learning offers you a range of new tools and resources designed to make your clinical learning experience simpler, more intuitive and easier to organise.

The CPD organiser within the MIMS Learning website enables you to take notes, keep track of all your activities and credits earned, and submit your learning for appraisal or annual PDP. You can create your own learning plans to reflect your personal development goals.

The organiser now features a direct link to the Clarity & RCGP Appraisal Toolkit for GPs allowing you to export evidence of your learning to your appraiser with one click. To find out more see the MIMS Learning guide on exporting evidence of your learning to the Clarity & RCGP Appraisal Toolkit for GPs.

Go to the MIMS Learning website

Key features of MIMS Learning include:

  • Over 550 CPD modules written by experts across 20+ clinical areas
  • Learning plans with bespoke packages of content
  • An integrated CPD organiser where you can make notes linked to MIMS Learning activities and other websites, upload documents and export learning
  • A personal dashboard with a running total of CPD credits earned from the start of the appraisal year and the option to filter notes by type of CPD and topics

Registration for MIMS Learning is free and a 12-month membership subscription costs £145+VAT. Find out more about what's included in a subscription here.

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