Latest BMJ Learning modules

 

 

 

 What would you do?

You see a 36 year old man who had been slightly unwell for about a week, and then had a sudden episode of vertigo. The episode started for no apparent reason and went on for several days. What is the most likely diagnosis? And what should you do? If you are not sure, then this module will help. Click on the link to complete it today. 

Vertigo: an update on diagnosis and management

Also available are these modules on neurology. They give an important update on a range of common dilemmas.

Dystonia: a guide to assessment and management

Parkinson’s disease: non-motor symptoms

Bell’s palsy: diagnosis and treatment

Parkinson’s disease – initial assessment and referral

Cluster headache: a guide to diagnosis and management