Resources for medical professionals

We provide resources for GPs, pharmacists and specialist on pancreatic cancer, its diagnosis and management in various formats. This includes free e-learning modules which are CPD credited.

Online training modules

Our free online training modules have been in partnership with Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) eLearning and BMJ Learning, they are free to access and you can earn CPD points for completing them.

Pancreatic Cancer: Early Diagnosis in General Practice

Patients frequently present to general practice with a range of undifferentiated symptoms that may or may not signify serious disease. This course helps GPs to make sense of the early symptoms that could be explained by pancreatic cancer.

Using video-based scenarios, it reviews the patterns of symptoms that emerge over time, which can suggest a serious underlying diagnosis, and sets out an approach that GPs can take to ensure appropriate and timely investigation  and follow-up in cases of diagnostic uncertainty. Please click here to start the module.

Diagnosing pancreatic cancer: a guide for hospital doctors

Learn how patients with pancreatic cancer present, particularly in the secondary care setting, learn which investigations to undertake when you suspect pancreatic cancer, and learn the risk factors and epidemiology of pancreatic cancer. The module includes multimedia video. Please click here to start the module.

Pancreatic cancer – the role of the pharmacy team

Community pharmacy teams have a vital role to play in the early detection of cancer, and the new National Pharmacy Association-accredited digital learning modules have been specifically developed to help them learn more about the most common symptoms of pancreatic cancer. This will help pharmacists and support staff identify when urgent referral to the GP is required, which could potentially save a life.

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