eLearning Hub: new Congress webinar library

Have you seen the Congress webinar library on our new and improved online learning platform, the RCPsych eLearning Hub?

Our Congress Webinar Library is now live on the Hub and includes over 80 webinars recorded at 2022's International Congress, with subscriptions available to access the whole package. Please note if you attended the whole Congress you have access to all the recordings for one year, expiring Thursday 13 July 2023; please log into the eLearning Hub using your College details.

Day attendees have access to the webinars of the day(s) attended, with a 25% discount off access to the whole subscription – please check your emails for your discount link or contact congress@rcpsych.ac.uk if you have not yet received this.

In addition to the Congress webinar library, the eLearning Hub also hosts:

CPD eLearning

CPD eLearning is our online learning resource for mental health professionals. The eLearning library consists of over 200 modules and more than 160 podcasts varying in length from 30 to 90 minutes, covering a wide range of topics to suit your learning needs. Each resource offers CPD points on successful completion and generates a certificate in the Learning Management System. College members can currently use CPD eLearning to complete all 50 of their annual CPD credits.

We are pleased to offer a selection of freely accessible modules and podcasts for those without a subscription, or if you would like to view some of the content before subscribing.

We are continually expanding our library of modules and podcasts and our recent additions include the podcast ‘Sustainable prescribing’ and module ‘Understanding and managing cardiovascular risks in treating mental illness’. Our latest addition is ‘Depersonalisation-derealisation disorder (DDD): assessment and treatment’, a 60-minute module providing information on common presentations, comorbidity and the main triggers for onset, as well as guidance on how to assess and diagnose DDD.

Discounted subscription prices are available for College members, as well as institutional subscriptions via OpenAthens for Trusts and large institutions. To subscribe, or see further information, please visit our subscriptions page.

Trainees Online (TrOn)

Trainees Online is an online learning resource and revision tool developed to support trainee psychiatrists preparing for the MRCPsych Paper A exam and provides interactive learning modules.

Offering unique alignment with the MRCPsych syllabus, TrOn is a reliable revision aid which has been produced by higher specialist trainees and junior consultants who have recent knowledge of the examinations themselves. Content is screened by the College Examinations Panels to ensure material meets the expectations of relevant Membership Examinations. Each module includes specific ‘Key Reading’ lists.

TrOn is freely available to anyone registered with RCPsych as a trainee, member, affiliate, Student Associate or Foundation Doctor Associate – just log in with your College details. For non-members, TrOn is available for an annual subscription fee of £50.


In partnership with the Royal College of Psychiatrists, Project NEPTUNE has been developed to improve clinical practice in the management of harms resulting from the use of club drugs and novel psychoactive substances and consists of seven open-access online modules. NEPTUNE training and tools were subject to an independent evaluation by the College Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI) of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

To learn more about any of our resources, please visit the eLearning Hub or contact us at elearning@rcpsych.ac.uk.

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