According to doctors.net.uk, a provider of online medical courses, there has been a 31% increase in doctors who complete courses on the internet, compared to last year, as it allows them to choose their own hours; 61% of GPs claim they have altered their practice as a result of these courses. Topics studied include ECG interpretation and child protection.
Dr Tim Ringrose, CEO of Doctors.net.uk has said: “This means doctors are better informed to deliver better healthcare and to ensure our limited NHS resources are used to best effect.”
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As part of our series on the Cloud, Adam Evans, Partnership Director from Agilisys recently caught up with Sean Green, Head of ICT at Tower Hamlets and Independent director of London Grid for Learning to talk about the potential of the London SuperCloud, and how it can help to deliver public services more effectively in the capital.