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Education in Heart Interactive (www.heartjnl.com/misc/education.shtml)
There are six multiple choice questions associated with each Education in Heart article (these questions have been written by the authors of the articles). Each article is submitted to EBAC (European Board for Accreditation in Cardiology; www.ebac-cme.org) for 1 hour of external CPD credit.
How to find the MCQs: Click on the Online Learning: [Take interactive course] link on the table of contents for the issue online or on the Education in Heart collection (www.heartjnl.com/cgi/collection/heart_education).
Free access: This link will take you to the BMJ Publishing Group’s online learning website. Your Heart Online user name and password will be recognised by this website. As a Heart subscriber you have free access to these MCQs but you must register on the site so you can track your learning activity and receive credit for completed courses.
How to get access: If you have not yet activated your Heart Online access, please do so by visiting http://www.bmjjournals.com/cgi/activate/basic and entering your six digit (all numeric) customer number (found above your address label with your print copy). If you have any trouble activating or using the site please contact
Case based Heart: You might also be interested in the interactive cases published in association with Heart (http://cpd.bmjjournals.com/cgi/hierarchy/cpd_node;CBH)
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