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BMJ Learning

 

ABOUT

BMJ Learning offers high-quality continuing medical education for doctors and other healthcare professionals. It features hundreds of accredited, peer-reviewed learning modules in text, video, and audio formats.

When you sign in to BMJ Learning, you'll see your own personal homepage, which displays modules tailored to you based on your profession, specialty and location. This makes choosing the right modules for your CME/CPD quicker and easier. Please see the attached pdf for instructions.

GUIDE TO RESOURCE

Navigate to Primo and click on Databases, the letter B, and then BMJ Learning.

The first time you access this resource you will need to register. On the right hand side of the screen click on “Register here for free modules” and complete the registration including choosing your own password.  At the last screen of your registration click on go to BMJ Learning.

Alternatively, if you have previously registered, then login to BMJ Learning on the right hand side of the home page. Once you have logged in, your name should appear on the screen.

To access the full subscription via the university click on My Account and then “Shibboleth access”. Ensure on the next screen that the Federation selected is the “UK Access Management Federation….” Then type ‘Plymouth University’ select from the drop down list and click on continue. If you logged in via the portal you shouldn’t be asked for a username and password.  But if you go to BMJ Learning via another route you will at this point be asked for your Plymouth username and password. You should now be able to access all the content on BMJ Learning.

BMJ Learning database video help here 

FURTHER INFORMATION

For more information on this resource please contact
Chris Johns (Information Specialist)

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Modified 07/09/2021