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Learning & Assessment

How will it be taught?

  • Pre-course and post-course learning needs assessment
  • A blend of pre-module reading and viewing of recorded content including key learning points summaries
  • Live interactive webinar including Q&A with subject experts
  • Participants will be expected to post anonymised clinical cases for discussion via a moderated discussion forum
  • Webinar recordings will be available to participants throughout the year

What will you learn?

  • The course will provide evidence-based knowledge on common gynaecology issues in primary care including sexual and reproductive health, menstrual disorders, urogynaecology, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome, detection and management of common gynaecological cancers, menopause, developing an inclusive practice
  • Participants will receive evidence-based learning on best practice and signposting to relevant guidelines
  • The course promotes effective communication skills, discusses ethical considerations in the consultation including confidentiality and informed consent, promotes good record keeping and patient-centred care
  • Areas of patient safety will be highlighted for example, prescribing HRT, contraception in complicated cases
  • Learning needs will be addressed through pre module MCQs and post module MCQs

How will the course/module be assessed?

  • Course attendance
  • Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
  • Participation in discussions board
  • Audit*

*Participants completing the full course will be required to submit an audit to demonstrate their learning during the course. This audit will be designed to meet the audit/quality improvement requirement for GPs enrolled on PCS in 2022 – 2023.