Frequently Asked Questions
What is included?
All of our courses include:
- High quality learning designed specifically for doctors, including both GPs and hospital doctors.
- Teaching delivered by a combination of reading, video tutorials and creative exercises with feedback
- All reading materials
- Practical exercises for you to take your learning to clinic
- Printable worksheets
- Discussion fora
- Clinical updates where relevant
- Course certificate on completion
- CPD credits for your study
- 1 year access to all course materials
- Regularly updated content
Who are these courses for?
Our online courses are for doctors working in all areas, including GPs and hospital specialists.
You are welcome to join us whatever stage you are at, from newly qualified to happily retired.
Do I need any prior experience with arts or writing?
No. All of our courses are suitable for beginners.
What am I going to learn?
You can see each course's learning objectives and syllabus via the indivudual course pages, which you can access by clicking on the links above.
What do I need to access this course?
You can access our courses on any computer.
What if I'm not used to online learning?
Why not try our courses for free? If you aren't satisfied after 7 days, you can request a no-quibble refund.
Why study narrative medicine when I could study renal failure/atrial fibrillation/something more technical?
Our courses are intended to complement the more technical aspects of your learning and CPD.
With narrative medicine, you will learn a different set of skills including active listening, analysis, mindfulness and reflection.
Our longer courses also include links to relevant clinical content. For example, Understanding Autism includes a clinical update on this topic.
What if I don't have the time to study?
All of our courses can be studied at your own pace and you will have access to the course and all materials for a whole year.
Is this valid for CPD?
Yes. Our courses are accredited by The CPD Group. You will receive a CPD certificate on completion.
If you would like more tips on how to incorporate narrative medicine into your future CPD, take a look at the resources in our Introduction to Narrative Medicine course.