Refresh your knowledge of respiratory topics live and online with MIMS Learning

A MIMS Learning annual membership gives you access to over 30 hours of CPD on key respiratory topics such as persistent cough, asthma, COPD and bronchiolitis - while a free one-day MIMS Learning Live Respiratory event offers a further 5 CPD credits.

Clinical reviews, red flags articles and guideline updates on MIMS Learning, plus dedicated respiratory events, will help you meet your learning needs in respiratory care in 2018.

In-depth clinical reviews on MIMS Learning cover influenza, COPD, pneumonia, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, paediatric pertussis, TB, nicotine addiction, and bronchiectasis.  Red flags articles highlight persistent cough, breathlessness, haemoptysis and respiratory tract infections.

What’s new and what should you do differently in general practice in line with the latest national guidance? Find out with our guidance articles including:

  • Latest NICE guidelines on asthma diagnosis and management
  • Latest BTS/SIGN guidelines on asthma
  • NICE guidelines on multimorbidity
  • NICE guidelines on TB
  • NICE guidelines on bronchiolitis in children.

Expert speakers at MIMS Learning Live Respiratory events on 2 March 2018 in London and 7 November 2018 in the North West will cover key topics including asthma diagnosis, smoking cessation, using newer inhaler devices, respiratory allergy, structured review in COPD management and respiratory red flags.

Attending a MIMS Learning Live event also gives you £30 off a year’s subscription to MIMS Learning.  Find out more about all the MIMS Learning Live events on offer in 2018 here.

A MIMS Learning annual membership gives you high-quality education tailored to GPs’ learning needs, with 500 CPD modules worth over 400 credits, and a CPD organiser integrated with the Clarity & RCGP Appraisal Toolkit for GPs. For more details on what’s included in an annual subscription to MIMS Learning, visit our membership page.

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