Online learning tool ’should help GPs understand dementia’

UK Virtual College

The Alzheimer’s Society and the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Group’s medical education division BMJ Learning have set up a virtual learning environment for general practitioners (GPs), following a survey revealing only 37 per cent of these professionals believe they have been given sufficient basic training on dementia. The poll of 382 GPs, which was financed by the Alzheimer’s Society’s partner Lilly, found 71 per cent would like to be able to use online learning to understand more about the condition.

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