FREE Cardiovascular Risk Reduction CPD course consisting of 34 MCQs which are designed to test your clinical knowledge and management of cardiovascular risks. Receive 3 CPD Hours on successful completion of all modules on this course. Supported by Amarin.
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3 CPD HOURS
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine
CPD approved as part of the Cardiovascular Risk Reduction CPD course
Amarin UK Limited has provided a medical education grant to support the development of this StudyPRN resource. Amarin UK Limited has had no control or input into the content of this activity. This grant will enable Healthcare Professionals to receive 12 months of free access to this online Cardiovascular Risk Reduction CPD course.
Cardiovascular Risk CPD | Course Overview
Consisting of 3 individual CPD modules designed to challenge your clinical skills and knowledge of cardiovascular risk.
Each CPD module has been written by medical experts within the field of cardiology, ensuring you receive the highest quality questions available.
Receive further reading and a full explanation of answers to ensure your knowledge and understanding are in line with current guidelines.
View peer responses, reflect using our online notes system and benefit from unlimited resits to keep your clinical knowledge up-to-date.
Learn around your busy schedule and access your modules whenever and wherever you’d like - all you need is an internet connection!
On successful completion of each individual module, you’ll be awarded with a downloadable 1 hour CPD Certificate to include in your portfolio.
Cardiovascular Risk CPD | Modules Covered
Our online Cardiovascular Risk Reduction CPD course is completely free to access owing to a medical education grant from Amarin, and consists of the following 3 CPD modules that are designed to test your clinical knowledge and management of cardiovascular risks.
Once you complete an individual CPD module on this course, and achieve the minimum pass rate of 60%, you'll receive a downloadable 1 hour CPD Certificate to include in your annual CPD portfolio.