The Cushing/Whitney Medical Library is always searching for the newest and most useful resources to license for our users. We're considering subscribing to BMJ Learning and would love your input -- sign up for an account today and let us know how you like it!
BMJ Learning offers evidence-based continuing medical education resources for everyone in the healthcare community from undergraduate medical students to attending physicians. The platform is composed of hundreds of peer-reviewed learning modules in text, video, and audio formats on topics ranging from foundational competencies to advanced surgical skills.
Most modules take about an hour to complete, but you can work through them at your own pace in multiple sessions through your personalized homepage. After you successfully complete a module, you can print a certificate and the completion details populate in your BMJ Portfolio.
Examples of modules you will encounter on the platform include:
- The “hospital presentation” series, which allows you to learn about a topic through a specific case scenario
- The 10-minute “quick tips” series, brief modules on topics ranging from treating patients with excessive ear wax to head lice to how scarlet fever presents
- The progressive “practical skills” series, with basic and advanced levels across most specialties
- The “medical education” series, which offers modules on topics like dealing with conflict, communication skills, public speaking, writing a CV, and interviewing skills
To get started, head to BMJ Learning’s homepage and click register. To register, you’ll need to be connected to Yale Secure, the YNHH network, or the VPN. After you register, you’ll be able to access the platform from anywhere.
The trial runs through February 16th.
Let us know how you like it!
Contact Andy Hickner with feedback.