Royal College of General Practitioners
This free-to-access course introduces MND and is open to all health and social care professionals.
In this second free-to-access course, signs and symptoms are examined in more detail, with a focus on management. With the use of case studies, potential treatment options are explored and approaches to end of life care are discussed.
- Motor neurone disease: diagnosis and management
- Breaking bad news: a guide for GPs
- End of life care: a guide for GPs
Royal College of Nursing
A course for registered or student nurses, health care assistants (HCA) or assistant practitioners working in any health care setting or specialism, designed to support the care of people with MND.
University of Northampton
Our free online module for care workers introduces MND, its symptoms, and the support a care worker can give to a person with MND.
Oxford Brookes University
20 M level (level 7) credits
This Masters-level module from Oxford Brookes University is aimed at practitioners working with people with long-term neurological conditions, including motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson's disease.
Health Education England: Genomics Education Programme
This course covers what genomics is, how genomic information is being used to support clinical practice, and its future impact on healthcare.
End of Life Care for All (e-ELCA)
e-ELCA was developed by Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare in partnership with the Association for Palliative Medicine of Great Britain and Ireland.
This MND specific learning path includes a number of free sessions that will support professionals in caring for people with MND towards the end of their lives.
To access this course, you will need an OpenAthens account, or to register using an approved email address. More information on how to register for access to e-ELCA can be found here.
Edinburgh Cognitive and Behavioural ALS Screen (ECAS)
The ECAS is a brief multidomain assessment originally designed for people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS/Motor Neurone Disease) but is also useful in other neurodegenerative disorders. It makes cognitive assessment fast and accessible and can be undertaken by a health care professional in the clinic or in a patient’s home.
St Christopher's Hospice
The Education Centre is at the heart of St Christopher’s mission to promote and provide hospice care of the highest standards to all those in need.
Birmingham City University
Birmingham City University and the Motor Neurone Disease Association offer a Level 6, distance learning, web-based module in specialist practice. The module is aimed at all health and social care professionals wanting to develop and become competent specialist practitioners.
University of Plymouth
Postgraduate Taught, Postgraduate Research and Short Course opportunities, including: