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FAQs

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What is Pulse Learning?

Who is it for?

Can anyone use Pulse Learning?

Will I earn CPD credits for completing modules?

Why do I have to become a member before I can use Pulse Learning?

I am already a registered member of www.pulsetoday.co.uk – do I have to join again to become a member of Pulse Learning?

How do I become a free member of Pulse Learning?

What do you do with my registration information?

I’ve forgotten my password - what should I do?

How do I update my account information?

What benefits can I get by paying to become a premium member of Pulse Learning?

How much does it cost to join as a premium member of Pulse Learning?

How do I become a premium member of Pulse Learning?

What if I’m not a UK GP?

I’ve just joined as a member - when can I access Pulse Learning modules?

I’ve just become a premium member – where do I start?

Is there a how to use the Pulse Learning site video?

How do the modules work?

How long does each module take?

What if I don’t have time to complete a module in one sitting?

How do I find the latest CPD modules?

How do I receive my CPD credits when I have completed a module?

I have completed a module – where is my certificate?

How do I save my completed modules in my CPD log?

How does the CPD log work?

What about the CPD modules I completed before July 2011?

What are ‘double impact credits’ and how do I claim them?

Can I keep track of learning I have done by reading articles on PulseToday or other websites?

What is the knowledge test?

I want to leave the knowledge midway through and complete it later – is that OK?

How often is Pulse Learning updated?

Who writes the Pulse Learning modules?

Are any of the modules sponsored by pharmaceutical companies or other sponsors?

A module I wanted to do was free on PulseToday, but now I have to sign up to become a premium member before I can access it. Why is that?

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