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Each elearning session is a self-contained 20-minute piece of learning that starts with learning objectives and ends with a summary and questions. Content is delivered using interactive formats.
On completion, feedback is required and then a PDF certificate can be produced. Certificates may be used to support appraisal and training. CPD points are available.
A case history is presented, the learner is required to direct the investigation and management of the patient. Patients can be managed and mismanaged quite safely.
On completion, feedback is required then a PDF certificate can be produced. Certificates may be used to support appraisal and training. CPD points are available.
ebrain is please to announce the return of its seminars, once a month as suggested by our survey results.
The seminars are being co-ordinated by Marina Pitsika, SpR in the North East Deanery, Trainee Rep for the JNC, and BNTA Informatics Rep.
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View our podcast series 'Ten Minute Urgent Neurology' by Adrian Wills
Annual formative tests in Neurology and Neurosurgery are available in April/May. Candidates complete a 100-question test, a score is presented immediately, and after the test period the correct answers and average scores across peers are made available.
Certificates of participation are produced. The score achieved is not on the certificate as these tests are strictly formative and may not be used to assess a trainee.
These courses are designed to support longer courses, run over several months, rather like an MSc, but without the research component or the cost.
20 questions may be pulled at random from a selected part or all of our question bank. Once the 20 questions have been completed, a score will be given and the correct answers given.
Repeated attempts will generate different questions.
The ebrain neurosciences course will expose you to the key elements covering the breadth of neurology and neurosurgery expected of a Foundation Year Doctor in general medicine or general practice.
The ebrain course is designed to supplement your learning from your neurology clinical rotation at medical school, particularly due to restrictions and reduced exposure to neurology patients as a result of COVID-19. The course should be completed in parallel to your rotation to help fill gaps and gain further knowledge of neurological disorders.