Engaging and inspiring resources, education and CPD for GPs and the primary care team.

About Red whale

We are one of the UK's leading medical education providers, delivering high quality training and resources to around 30,000 primary care colleagues each year! Online and face to face, our courses are varied, engaging, and suitable for GPs and all clinicians within primary care.

We are, and have always been, 100% pharma free!

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Face to Face Courses

In-person events

Fully interactive events from Red Whale: face to face update courses for primary care 

 

 

Face to face courses

Written Resources

Articles for primary care

Access 900+ online resources with Red Whale Knowledge membership or get printed course handbooks.

Written resources

Online Courses & Memberships

Full and half day online courses

Online training courses for primary care - live hosted & interactive online events or watch on demand
 

 

Online courses

Red Whale Unlimited

12 months access to ALL Red Whale online courses, live and on demand, plus 900+ written resources - for one set price!

 



Red Whale Unlimited

Written Resources

Articles for primary care

Access 900+ online resources with Red Whale Knowledge membership or get printed course handbooks.

Written resources

What's New...

New Pearl

11 Apr 2024

Adenomyosis: demystifying the condition behind the headlines!Adenomyosis: demystifying the condition behind the headlines!

“Naga Munchetty told to suck it up over extreme menstrual problems”, BBC headline, 18 October 2023.  These headlines brought adenomyosis into both the spotlight and our consulting rooms.

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New Pearl

04 Apr 2024

The one time we might, for now, say yes to -floxacins: acute prostatitis…The one time we might, for now, say yes to -floxacins: acute prostatitis…

Following on from last week, let’s consider the relatively rare and serious condition acute prostatitis – typically the one we felt more ‘relaxed’ about prescribing quinolone antibiotics for!  

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New Pearl

28 Mar 2024

Quinolones…just say no to systemic -floxacins!Quinolones…just say no to systemic -floxacins!

The MHRA released a drug safety update in January 2024 that made a very clear statement about the place of systemic fluroquinolones, 

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New Webinar

28 Mar 2024

Physician Associate Update NOW Spring / Summer 2024 with Red Whale Knowledge access (no printed handbook)Physician Associate Update NOW Spring / Summer 2024 with Red Whale Knowledge access  (no printed handbook)

Our one-day update course to watch online and follow the articles on Red Whale Knowledge (previously GPCPD.com). 6 hours teaching you can get started on straightaway and watch at your own pace. Pause, rewind and watch again for up to 12 months.

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New Webinar

28 Mar 2024

Clinical Pharmacist Update NOW Spring / Summer 2024 with Red Whale Knowledge access (no printed handbook)Clinical Pharmacist Update NOW Spring / Summer 2024 with Red Whale Knowledge access  (no printed handbook)

Our one-day update course to watch online and follow the articles on Red Whale Knowledge (previously GPCPD.com). 6 hours teaching you can get started on straightaway and watch at your own pace. Pause, rewind and watch again for up to 12 months.

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New Webinar

28 Mar 2024

GP Nurse Update NOW - Spring / Summer 2024 with Red Whale Knowledge access (no printed handbook)GP Nurse Update NOW - Spring / Summer 2024 with Red Whale Knowledge access (no printed handbook)

Our one-day update course to watch online and follow the articles on Red Whale Knowledge (previously GPCPD.com). 6 hours teaching you can get started on straightaway and watch at your own pace. Pause, rewind and watch again for up to 12 months. 

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New Pearl

21 Mar 2024

Can I have the soluble form? I prefer the taste…Can I have the soluble form? I prefer the taste…

Some people need soluble medications, for example because they struggle to swallow tablets (although, depending on the reason, it may be possible to learn). But are you aware how much sodium is in the average soluble pill?  

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New Pearl

14 Mar 2024

The limping child…what to do?The limping child…what to do?

This is one of the more common primary care paediatric ‘red flag’ MSK presentations, and the most likely cause(s) of an acute limp varies with age. Working out who needs referral can be tricky.  

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New Pearl

07 Mar 2024

A rarer cause of chest or back pain…A rarer cause of chest or back pain…

Acute aortic dissection is one of those conditions we really hope to never see in primary care. And, because it is rare, it may have become a distant memory from our training days.  

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