• British Accreditation Council
    British Accreditation Council
    British Accreditation Council

  • Royal College of General Practitioners
    Royal College of General Practitioners
    Royal College of General Practitioners

    The Royal College of General Practitioners is the professional membership body for GPs in the UK. Their objective is to encourage, foster and maintain the highest possible level in general medical practice. From medical students aspiring to become general practitioners through to training, qualified years and retirement, they extend their support to GPs through all stages of their career.

  • Accredited CPD Activity
    CPD Standards Office, UK
    Accredited CPD Activity

    Continuing professional development (CPD) is the intentional maintenance and development of the knowledge and skills needed to perform in a professional context. This could mean honing current skills, it could mean developing them to a new level, or it could mean learning new ones that will allow an employee’s job role to expand or prepare them for potential promotion.

    CPD obligations are present in most professions. Most companies and organizations now prioritize them because they ensure a constantly developing workforce.

    This means there are millions of professionals across the UK who are required to undertake CPD training every year.

    Structured CPD gives employees a clear path to success within their current role and progression to future ones. Employees in regulated industries (e.g. healthcare, accountancy, legal work) can lose their license to operate if they don’t maintain their CPD.

    CPD activities can range from formal educational activities such as instructor-led training courses, workshops or seminars, to more informal approaches such as work-based learning or mentoring. CPD can also include self-directed studies such as e-learning courses and structured reading.

    CPD can be provided by specialist companies (e.g. commercial training providers, independent coaches), or provided internally, in particular by larger organizations.

  • University of New South Wales (UNSW Australia)
    University of New South Wales (UNSW Australia)
    University of New South Wales (UNSW Australia)

    The University of New South Wales (UNSW Australia) is the tertiary educational institution of choice for the best from Australia and internationally. UNSW is ranked within the top 50 universities worldwide and was the first Australian university to be awarded five stars in the QS Stars rating system, performing highly against international benchmarks. UNSW is recognized as a leading Australian university with the strongest links to industry with UNSW graduates being regarded as the most employable and the most hired by leading in-demand employers.

  • NHS
    NHS
    NHS

    The National Health Service as a single organization so, as we work to improve care for the patient.
    Our approach to delivering the NHS Long Term Plan will balance national direction with local autonomy to secure the best outcomes for patients. Local implementation will be led by clinicians and leaders who are directly accountable for patient care and making efficient use of public money.

  • Research society for the study of diabetes in india
    Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India
    Research society for the study of diabetes in india

  • Association of Family Physician
    Academy of Family Physician of India
    Association of Family Physician

    The Academy of Family Physicians(AFPI) of India is a non-profit academic organization in India. Their aim is to promote Family medicine and primary health care throughout the nation. Majority of doctors in India practice family medicine. AFPI is a member of WONCA (World Organisation of Family Doctors). This family medicine academy has members across India and practicing in fields of family medicine, practising family physicians, general practitioners, medical officers who provide generalist medical care to all. AFPI has a mission of improving healthcare status of urban as well as rural population by revolutionizing and promoting education to primary care physicians.

  • Apollo Hospitals Education and Research Foundation
    Apollo Hospitals Education and Research Foundation
    Apollo Hospitals Education and Research Foundation

    Apollo Hospitals Educational and Research Foundation (AHERF), an autonomous organization that has been recognized by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR) as a “Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO)”, to facilitate the healthcare sector through research, training, and educational initiatives. The organization has emerged much larger with greater visions and has become a forefront for research and innovations for Apollo Hospitals.
    AHERF is well-known for carrying out various educational programs such as Master’s, Fellowships, Diplomas, and Certificate courses in the Medicine and healthcare sector. In addition to their in-house courses, AHERF continues to partner with nationally and internationally renowned universities, organizations, and hospitals to develop collaborative educational and research programs.

  • Indian Association of Clinical Cardiologists (IACC)
    Indian Association of Clinical Cardiologists (IACC)
    Indian Association of Clinical Cardiologists (IACC)

    The mission of the Indian Association of Clinical Cardiologists (IACC) is to promote the Clinical Cardiology, Preventive Cardiology, and Continuing Medical Education (CME) interests of Clinical Cardiologists across the country who promotes primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD).

    We are focused on structured preventive strategies for cardiovascular diseases. We represent the nation’s thought leaders who dedicate their work towards treating poor and needy people of Rural India, identifying risk factors, newer screening modalities, and developing and promoting effective preventive strategies to reduce cardiovascular diseases in Rural India.

    Cardiovascular diseases being the leading causes of death and disability both in the developed and developing nations, we are proud enough to represent the only organization that can offer around 2600 Clinical Cardiologists as well as preventive cardiology specialists to any part of the world.

    All Clinical Cardiologists are eligible for membership in this association.

    Our main aim is to decrease cardiovascular mortality in rural India by promoting Primordial, Primary, and Secondary Prevention.

  • Royal College of Radiologists
    Royal College of Radiologists
    Royal College of Radiologists

    Physicians who are trained in clinical oncology and clinical radiography are led, educated and supported by the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR). There will be a large number of radiologists who will specialise, becoming experts in areas such as musculoskeletal and gastrointestinal imaging. Also known as “generalists”, these radiologists do all forms of hospital imaging, as well as some interventional procedures.

  • British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS)
    British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS)
    British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS)

    BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC, RECONSTRUCTIVE AND AESTHETIC SURGEONS (BAPRAS) – As the voice of plastic surgery in the UK, we aim to raise awareness of the breadth of plastic surgery, to promote innovation in teaching, learning and research and to increase overall understanding of the profession.

  • Royal College of Anaesthetists
    Royal College of Anaesthetists
    Royal College of Anaesthetists

    The Royal College of Anaesthetists is the professional body responsible for the speciality of anaesthesia throughout the United Kingdom. It sets standards in anaesthesia, critical care, pain management, and for the training of anaesthetists, physicians’ assistants, and practising critical care physicians.

  • British Association of Dermatologists
    British Association of Dermatologists
    British Association of Dermatologists

    The British Association of Dermatologists is a charity established in 1920 whose charitable objects are the practice, teaching, training, and research of dermatology. It produces the British Journal of Dermatology, a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal and organises annual conferences.

    The BAD has clear objectives which are set out in the Constitution and are taken forward by the business units and sub-committees.

    The BAD works with many other organisations to achieve its aims of supporting patients and improving standards. These include Patient Support Groups, Special Interest Groups, International Dermatology Groups, and the Medical Royal Colleges.

  • Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)
    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)
    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)

    The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists is a professional association based in London, United Kingdom. Its members, including people with and without medical degrees, work in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology, that is, pregnancy, childbirth, and female sexual and reproductive health.

  • Royal College of Midwives (RCM)
    Royal College of Midwives (RCM)
    Royal College of Midwives (RCM)

    The Royal College of Midwives is a British midwives organisation founded in 1881 by Louisa Hubbard and Zepherina Veitch. It has existed under its present name since 1947, and is the United Kingdom’s only trade union or professional organisation for midwives and those that support them.

  • Welcome to the Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth)
    Welcome to the Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth)
    Welcome to the Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth)

    The Royal College of Ophthalmologists, founded in 1988, is an independent professional body and one of the Medical Royal Colleges.

  • Critical Care Education Foundation (CCEF)
    Critical Care Education Foundation (CCEF)
    Critical Care Education Foundation (CCEF)

    Critical Care Education Foundation was set up as a felt need, by practitioners of intensive care, for a platform to provide high-quality practical training to doctors and nurses in developing countries in general and India in specific. It works closely with the Intensivists from the prestigious Princess Alexandra Hospital and the Mater Hospital, Brisbane, Australia to provide international level training in Data Interpretation at the annual Indo-Australian Critical Care Training Programs.

  • Royal Liverpool Academy
    Royal Liverpool Academy
    Royal Liverpool Academy

    The Royal Liverpool Academy is the education wing and center of the Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals Trust. It is one of the largest University Teaching Hospitals in the UK and has one of the largest Emergency Department and throughput. It is one of the primary sites where medical education is delivered through the University of Liverpool and one of the main partners of Liverpool Health Partners, the Academic Health Sciences System for Liverpool, UK. The Royal Liverpool Academy has partnered with Medvarsity in the delivery of the Diploma in Emergency Medicine Course.

  • CHiME
    CHiME
    CHiME

    Established in 1992, The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) is the professional organization for Chief Information Officers and other senior healthcare IT leaders. They have over 3,200 members across the world. The members and business partners associated with CHIME can collaborate, exchange ideas, develop professionally and advocate the effective use of information management to improve the health and care throughout the communities they serve. It is an education foundation that offers scholarships and tuition assistance to CHIME members and future CIOs to attend educational conferences, events and professional development programs.

  • ATI Nursing Education
    ATI Nursing Education
    ATI Nursing Education

  • e-Integrity
    e-Integrity
    e-Integrity

    Medvarsity has partnered with e-Integrity to bring the UK’s e-Learning for Healthcare programs in India. These programs cover a broad range of medical specialities and are made available for learners in India through Medvarsity. The course content is created by practicing clinicians and is updated regularly to incorporate the latest medical advancements and guidelines. These programs are developed by the UK’s medical royal colleges, leading professional organizations and Health Education England.

  • Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Royal College of Anesthetics
    Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Royal College of Anesthetics
    Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Royal College of Anesthetics

    Established on 2nd April, the Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Royal College of Anesthetists, possesses significant responsibility and authority with regard to patients and those working and training in the field of Pain Medicine. The Faculty works through its secretariat and the function of its Board and two sub-committees; the Professional Standards Committee (FPMPSC) and the Training and Assessment Committee (FPMTAC). 

    In addition to this, short team working groups are appointed to look at the specific issues. Through their guidance and pain medicine training, they promote the state-of-the-art of practice for patients. They also serve their Fellows, Members and aspiring Fellows. Their Fellows and Members come from a range of backgrounds, from established consultants to newer consultants, as well as non-consultant doctors working in pain medicine and trainees and educators.

  • The British Pain Society
    The British Pain Society
    The British Pain Society

    The British Pain Society (BPS) founded in 1967, is a largest multidisciplinary organization working in the fields of Pain in the UK. It’s a community that brings together a varied group of nurses, clinicians, scientists, physiotherapists, general practitioners, psychologists, patients and other healthcare professionals to enhance their knowledge related to pain and implement latest public policies and clinical practices to alleviate the suffering from pain. The BPS organizes numerous activities like conferences, meetings, setting standards for clinical care, developing courses for special interest groups as well as publishing the British Journal of Pain. There is also an active involvement of patients in various activities of the society

  • College of Contemporary Health (CCH)
    College of Contemporary Health (CCH)
    College of Contemporary Health (CCH)

    The College of Contemporary Health (CCH), is the premier provider, and global leader, in online training in obesity care and weight management for health professionals. We combine flexible, easily accessible online learning with world-class academic expertise overseen by our outstanding Academic Advisory Board.

  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
    Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
    Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

    The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow is a community of health professionals collaborating to develop and enhance patient care. They are proud to be the only Royal College in the UK to welcome members from around the world from every medical specialty. A wide range of opportunities and resources are offered to the members of the College to reinforce career development through foundation year, core, specialty training, and beyond. Their approach to learning and professional development enables members across all disciplines to both contribute to the delivery of education, examinations, and peer support, and learn from colleagues and experts at all stages of their career.

  • Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
    Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
    Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

    The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh is an independent organization that sets the specialty training standards for healthcare professionals. Their mission is to meet the professional and educational needs of doctors, promote clinical standards and public health. With over 12,000 Fellows and Members in 91 countries, covering 56 medical specialties and interests, they have a strong presence internationally and in the UK.

  • Royal College of Physicians
    Royal College of Physicians
    Royal College of Physicians

    The Royal College of Physicians of London is the oldest medical college in England, was founded in 1518 by a Royal Charter from King Henry VIII. The college often plays a key role in raising the standards and shaping public health. Their core mission is the advancement of health and healthcare through advocacy, education, and research.

    The RCP is an independent patient-centered and clinically led organization, that works towards improving the diagnosis of disease, the care of individual patients, and the health of the entire population both in the UK and across the globe. They work with the government, politicians and other policymakers, royal colleges, and other sector organizations to drive quality improvement in healthcare.

  • Faculty of Dental Surgery
    Faculty of Dental Surgery
    Faculty of Dental Surgery

    The Faculty of Dental Surgery(FDS) is an independent UK based professional body dedicated to empowering dental surgeons to achieve and maintain the highest standard of patient care and medical practice. The Faculty was founded in 1947 and consisted of a board and over 5,500 fellows and members with whom they collaborate to reflect and represent the profession. They are the leading provider of dental education, supporting thousands of dentists worldwide to fulfil their potential. Several researches have been carried out to invest and innovate for the future of dental surgery and patient care.

  • The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine
    The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine
    The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine

    Founded in 2010, the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine has over 3,500 members, making it the largest organisation of critical care medical professionals in the UK. They are the professional and statutory body for the intensive care medicine specialty, the doctors who lead critical care services and Advanced Critical Care Practitioners. On behalf of its members, the Faculty works to offer a wide range of services to promote education and standards, influence and define national policy, and, most importantly, improve outcomes for the patients and their families.

  • Association of Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia and Critical Care
    Association of Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia and Critical Care
    Association of Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia and Critical Care

    Association of Cardiothoracic Anesthesia and Critical Care(ACTACC) aims to promote the highest standard of management and care for patients suffering from cardiothoracic disorders, and specifically those undergoing cardiac or thoracic surgery. They work towards the development of the art and science of cardiothoracic anaesthesia. To achieve this, the ACTACC is committed to hold regular meetings, encourage to present original research, ncourage national and international links with like-minded groups and more.

  • Institute of Physics and Engineering in Science
    Institute of Physics and Engineering in Science
    Institute of Physics and Engineering in Science

    Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine(IPEM) is a charity with more than 4,600 members from healthcare, academia, and industry. They are the professional organization that represents this workforce. Some of their members support ensuring that patients are accurately diagnosed and safely treated for various illnesses such as cancer and stroke through their work on imaging and radiotherapy.  Some members are responsible for developing, maintaining, and managing medical equipment such as MRI and ultrasound scanners, X-ray machines, drug delivery systems, and patient monitors.

  • e-Learning for Healthcare
    e-Learning for Healthcare
    e-Learning for Healthcare

    Formed in April 2007, e-Learning for Healthcare delivered a successful pilot with the Radiology-Integrated Training Initiative (R-ITI) which generated a model for the future delivery of generic and professional healthcare training. They are now all set to deliver a range of programs. To develop e-learning programs to help the healthcare workforce, e-LfH transitioned across to Health Education England. They are in the process of delivering 400+ e-learning programs in collaboration with organizations like Royal Colleges, Department of Health and Social Care, NHS England, and NHS Improvement and Public Health England.

  • SIMTICS
    SIMTICS
    SIMTICS

    Simtics, Ltd. (formerly Go Virtual Medical Ltd.), a New Zealand based software firm was formed in 2003 by a group of surgeons, physicians and animators. The company has developed the SIMTICS Integrated Cognitive Simulators for learning medical and clinical procedures in virtual reality on a PC with an internet connection. It features text, anatomy, video and simulation in one package-synchronized by dynamic timeline.