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Maintaining and improving your professional skills and knowledge is essential for providing high quality care for patients and raising professional standards. The College provides the support you need at every stage of your career. We help you plan and undertake continuing professional development (CPD) activities and achieve your full potential.

This course is for professionals preparing to take up the role of an Additional supervisor to trainees on the Scheme for Registration.

MODULE 9: This online course identifies ways in which you can get involved in research and how to determine the different levels of practice-based research involvement.

MODULE 8: This online CPD course demonstrates how to find relevant clinical research using the correct search methods and explains when these methods could be applied in your own clinical practice.

MODULE 7: This online CPD course explains the importance of research in healthcare and how research findings can be used to enhance your clinical practice and improve patient outcomes.

MODULE 6: This online CPD course details the meaning of statistical significance and how this relates to clinical significance in practice.

MODULE 5: This online CPD course explores the use of statistical tests in hypothesis testing and when to use specific tests to analyse different data types.

MODULE 4: This online CPD course introduces the different types of data found in research studies and how they can be used alongside statistical analyses to understand and interpret the world around us.

MODULE 3: This online CPD course will help you evaluate methodological quality and determine whether a research study is relevant to you.

MODULE 2: This online CPD course will help you understand research evidence, understand the peer-review process, and identify discipline-specific journals.

MODULE 1: This online CPD course helps you identify the difference between research, audit, and service evaluation, describe the main stages of the research process, and understand the importance of the ethical review process.

A clinical audit is a simple process that enables you to assess how you and your practice are performing against standards and identify ways to improve efficiency, patient care, service, and quality in your practice.

This is an in-person free College member event, covering your peer review CPD requirements and offers a total of 6 CPD points.