EULAR Online Course on Rheumatic Diseases (2 year course)
The EULAR Online Course on Rheumatic Diseases is an electronic form of continuous medical education in rheumatology. The course is managed by a scientific course committee responsible for controlling the structure and content of the course and for ensuring regular quality control and advancement.
The full version of the course covers the entire field of rheumatology and consists of 42 illustrated modules, each one covering a specific topic. Each module corresponds to approximately 5 - 8 hours of study for the student, totalling around 210 - 336 hours of educational training. The course operates through the web for the duration of two years with an automatic extension of one year in case the modules are not completed after 2 years or if the exam is failed once. It will finish with an online exam and upon passing, with a EULAR Certificate.
Knowledge and skills are targeted to suit a level of knowledge appropriate for the final years of training as a rheumatologist. The online course was developed with a substantial grant from EULAR and is continuously highly subsidised by EULAR, so that the entire course can be offered at EUR 115 per participant. Discounted price for low and middle income countries with GDP below 10'000US$: EUR 86. Please refer to official list.
Please consider the EULAR Textbook on Rheumatic Diseases, 2015 edition, for only EUR 155 plus shipment (30 EUR). Discounted Textbook price for low and middle income countries with GDP below 10'000US$: EUR116 plus shipment. Please refer to official list.
The course and Textbook can also be ordered directly with the online registration.
For registered participants
13th EULAR Online Course on Rheumatic Diseases (2 year course)
The registration period starts in April 2018 and closes 30 November 2018.
The course starts on 24 September 2018
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Please note that the assessment part is removed from this free sample.