New online courses are available for healthcare professionals from Cancer Research UK, BMJ and Health Education England on FutureLearn, the UK’s first open social learning platform.

The platform has gathered world-leading expertise from best-in-class universities and medical institutions that is shaping a new model of healthcare education that allows thousands of healthcare professionals to learn at the same time from anywhere in the world.

FutureLearn provides practitioners with the flexibility to study wherever they are in the world and can help health workers meet the challenges posed by an ageing population, changing morbidities and rapid medicine and technology development according to the company.


The new courses on offer include ‘Talking about Cancer’ from Cancer Research UK and ‘Whole Genome Sequencing’ from Health Education England, adding to the platform’s current healthcare portfolio covering mental health, nursing, dementia, obesity, international health, Ebola, genomics and healthy lifestyle.

To find out more, visit www.futurelearn.com

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