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We have partnered with FutureLearn to offer a number of online courses referred to as Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). These courses have been designed and delivered by experts in the field. The courses are aimed at students to healthcare professionals looking for CPD.
St George’s students and staff are eligible for free upgrades to a collection of courses through FutureLearn Campus including all of our own MOOCs below. To explore courses within FutureLearn Campus click here and sign in using your ‘@sgul.ac.uk’ email address.
More details on each MOOC can be found by clicking on the course below.
Discover the academic writing fundamentals to help you achieve success in your healthcare-related undergraduate degree.
Learn how to better manage COVID-19 patients in African primary care settings where patients' attendance is down due to COVID-19
Learn how design thinking can be applied in health and social care settings to drive innovation and approach challenges in this course co-created with Howdu design consultancy.
Learn how to critically appraise published medical research literature to keep up with research developments in your field.
Discover the difference empathy can make to patient care, and improve your own clinical empathy.
Understand the principles of electrocardiology and learn a step-by-step approach to the ECG test, in this course created with the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education.
Explore genetics and genomics in maternity healthcare and apply principles to provide high quality care.
Get an introduction to the growing role of genomics in healthcare for patient diagnoses, treatment and disease prevention in this course co-created with St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Learn how molecular genetic techniques are used to identify the genetic factors that contribute to the development of disease in this postgraduate level course.
Understand new and established genomic sequencing technologies, and how to apply them in clinical practice, in this postgraduate level course.
Explore global health governance and the challenges facing healthcare workers and policy makers.
Learn how to design MMIs and ensure their effectiveness in selecting healthcare professionals and students.
Learn the principles and language of genomic variant interpretation and enhance your working knowledge of the ACMG guidelines.
Explore the prevalence of Lyme disease, how to recognise and treat it and how to manage it going forward.
Get practical advice and support around how to respond to the novel coronavirus pandemic as a front-line healthcare professional.
Understand how to pitch innovative ideas using prototypes, and develop your skills by creating your own prototype in this course co-created with Bayer AG.
Learn how to plan a medical equipment donation to a low-resource settings that’s appropriate, sustainable, and has a real impact.
Get broad insight into the key issues surrounding Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing with this course for healthcare professionals, co-created with St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Understand the key processes regarding organ donation with this course for healthcare professionals anywhere in the world, co-created with NHS Blood and Transplant.
Prepare for undertaking an International Health Elective in this course co-created with Kings College London, aimed at students in medical and healthcare disciplines.
Understand current issues in transgender healthcare and learn how to provide culturally competent care to trans individuals.
Learn how to use virtual scenarios to help people practice their decision making and prepare for real world challenges in this course co-created with partners from the WAVES network.
For staff wanting to create their own MOOC, please contact the eLearning Unit for more details.
Support and information can be found by Joining the MOOC Surgery Teams area or directly contacting the eLearning Unit. The MOOC surgery aims to provide support to staff creating or using MOOCs in their teaching from academics who have successfully created MOOCs. The teams area can be used to post any questions, share resources or find useful information about MOOCs.
Please join on Teams or send an email to eLearning Unit for more details.
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