With musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders on the increase, all healthcare professionals need to have a comprehensive understanding of how to identify and distinguish MSK issues from other health problems and how best to support patients living with these conditions.
The Musculoskeletal e-Learning Programme includes eight bite-sized learning sessions which cover a host of topics, such as identifying the ill and at risk, public health, dealing with persistent pain and mental health considerations.
You can study online at home, in work or on the move – fitting the learning around your professional commitments.
The programme can be used as part of blended learning or as a standalone resource.
Real-world learning for healthcare professionals
The content has been written and peer-reviewed by practising physiotherapists, allied healthcare practitioners and a GP trainer. This ensures a person-centred approach to the common issues associated with primary care MSK management.
The programme includes many case studies, diagrams, illustrations and videos, to embed learning on the key topics. Using patient case studies, you can test your knowledge in a virtual consultation, helping to build your understanding and confidence. There are links to further reading and other external resources.
You can complete self-assessment exercises at the end of each session. If you achieve the pass mark (80%) across all assessments, you can download or print a certificate for inclusion in your training or CPD portfolio.
This is an essential learning resource for all healthcare professionals working in primary care.
Free trial sessions
|Access to the full programme||Cost|
|Single-user access for 12 months||£30*|
*excluding VAT where applicable
To purchase a licence, please click on the Buy Now button below.
Multiple or multi-year licences are available. You can also pay by monthly subscription. Please contact us for details.
Access for NHS staff
If you work for the NHS and have an NHS email address, please register for the programme via: https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/Register