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Tell our sister site MIMS Learning your views on e-learning and CPD, and get a chance to win a Christmas hamper worth £100.

The MIMS Learning survey aims to find out more about how healthcare professionals use and perceive MIMS Learning, and the role that e-learning plays in their CPD for appraisal.

The survey takes 4 minutes to complete and will make a valuable contribution to MIMS Learning's understanding of CPD.

The closing date is 15 December 2019 and a winning name will be drawn randomly from survey participants early in the following week.

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