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Clozapine-Induced Gastrointestinal Hypomotility (CIGH)

Exploring one of the most common, potentially life-threatening but preventable side effects of clozapine

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Clozapine-Induced Gastrointestinal Hypomotility (CIGH)

Exploring one of the most common, potentially life-threatening but preventable side effects of clozapine

An educational grant may be available for this course from your clozapine supplier. Get in touch with us for more information or help with accessing funding.

An in-depth version of module 6 (Gastrointestinal Side Effects of Clozapine) of our clozapine comprehensive programme which can be tailored to include key aspects of your organisation’s own clozapine policy. A must for all healthcare professionals who come in to contact with any clozapine patients in any treatment setting

1 Hour’s Accredited CPD

SCORM, Tin Can API 1.0 & AICC Compliant

Organisational & Individual Subscriptions Available

Downloadable Resources

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1 Hour’s Accredited CPD

SCORM, Tin Can API 1.0 & AICC Compliant

Organisational & Individual Subscriptions Available 

Downloadable Resources

View On Any Device

COURSE FEATURES:

  • Accredited by the College of Mental Health Pharmacy (CMHP) as part of the comprehensive programme
  • Suitable for mental health professionals such as nurses, pharmacists and junior doctors
  • 1 module covering the prevention, identification and treatment of CIGH and constipation
  • Awards 1 hour’s CPD on completion of the course
  • Summative assessment includes a mix of multiple choice, drag and drop, word search and case study questions
  • Highly interactive and engaging content delivery
  • Downloadable and printable resources (A4 PDFs) spanning 5 key topics
  • Contains a library of useful websites for both patients and healthcare professionals
  • View on desktop, tablet and mobile devices
  • SCORM, Tin Can API 1.0, and AICC compliant

COURSE FEATURES:

  • Accredited by the College of Mental Health Pharmacy (CMHP) as part of the comprehensive programme
  • Suitable for mental health professionals such as nurses, pharmacists and junior doctors
  • 1 module covering the prevention, identification and treatment of CIGH and constipation
  • Awards 1 hour’s CPD on completion of the course
  • Summative assessment includes a mix of multiple choice, drag and drop, word search and case study questions
  • Highly interactive and engaging content delivery
  • Downloadable and printable resources (A4 PDFs) spanning 5 key topics
  • Contains a library of useful websites for both patients and healthcare professionals
  • View on desktop, tablet and mobile devices
  • SCORM, Tin Can API 1.0, and AICC compliant

Customise this course to reflect your organisational policies

Learn about SCORM & Learning Management System (LMS) compatibility

Customise this course to reflect your organisational policies

Learn about SCORM & Learning Management System (LMS) compatibility

Customise this course to reflect your organisational policies

Learn about SCORM & Learning Management System (LMS) compatibility

Key references used within this course

As well as these key references we cite many other sources of information including publications, studies and case studies. We also provide a number of helpful links as part of the resource library. With appropriate permission, some tables and charts have been recreated and included in our printable resource packs. 

“Learn It Online is delighted to be supporting this organisation which has permitted us to purchase a licence to use the Bristol Stool Scale within the eLearning course and to use it to produce digital and hard-copy resources which can be translated it into 5 different languages.”

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Improving the lives of people with functional GI disorders

The Rome Foundation is an independent not-for-profit organisation that provides support for activities designed to create scientific data and educational information to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs). Our mission is to improve the lives of people with functional GI disorders.

For over two decades the Rome organisation has sought to legitimise and update our knowledge of the FGIDs. This has been accomplished by bringing together scientists and clinicians from around the world to classify and critically appraise the science of gastrointestinal function and dysfunction. This knowledge permits clinical scientists to make recommendations for diagnosis and treatment that can be applied in research and clinical practice. The Rome Foundation is committed to the continuous development, legitimisation and preservation of the field of FGIDs through science-based activities. We are inclusive and collaborative, patient-centred, innovative and open to new ideas.

Mental Health and GI Disorders

The Rome Foundation is also creating an internationally-based psychogastroenterology group dedicated to the training, quality improvement or promotion of psychogastroenterology research or practice.
You can see their progress on their website here