Module 3 of the MCI course available


Those of you enjoying our virtual Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) course will be glad to know that module 3 has just landed in your online learning space.

This module, looking at neuroimaging and biomarkers in MCI, features two fantastic interviews and a wealth of background information to help you learn more about biomarkers and how to effectively use them as part of an MCI pathway.

Dr Ross Dunne's clear teaching is supported by practical examples of neuroimaging and biomarker use in different models of care. Dr Richard Perry of Imperial College London talks about the use of amyloid imaging in his practice, and Professor Phillip Schelterns shares insights into Amsterdam's model of care, talking about how biomarkers are a core part of the MCI pathway, and of the research agenda there.

Packed with ideas for how you might utilise these forms of monitoring to improve local practice through a quality improvement project, we hope this module will inspire you.

To unlock Module 3, simply input the password you are given on completing the quiz at the end of Module 2, and contact us at if you have any questions.

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