We have tried to answer as many possible questions we think you may have. If you still need clarifications, please feel free to contact us.
No. These courses are certificate courses. They add value to current qualifications, helps you build a career, get a job or prepare for an exam, train your staff. Most of them are designed to help medical students, practitioners and other medical & allied professionals increase their knowledge. These courses do not qualify you as a medical practitioner.
Yes, these courses can be used for CMEs. The courses are already approved for CPDs in the respective geographies and qualify for international CME points. However. you may want to check with your local medical association or council. Should you need any assistance, please contact us.
All of the e-learning resources are accessed via an internet browser. Some additional software or ‘plug-ins’ may be required, although most browsers today come with pre-installed plug-ins. In case of an issue, help is readily available and millions of students are using these courses every day.
Some Learning Management System (LMS) uses additional internet browser windows or ‘Pop Ups’ to launch and track your activity. Most internet browsers are by default designed to block ALL ‘Pop Ups’ automatically to prevent advertising screens ‘popping up’ on websites. Each browser uses its own method for informing the user that pop ups have been blocked. If you click on a link to open a session but nothing seems to happen, then it could be a pop-up blocker preventing you from launching the session.
You can use a smartphone to access the medical courses but we do not recommend it as the experience may not be good. Most of the online medical courses are highly interactive and smartphone displays are too small for the fine detail to be conveyed reliably.