Webinar Registration

Register for our weekly webinar reminders and get a certificate every time you fill in feedback – even if you’re watching our 200+ recorded webinars on our YouTube channel.

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FAQs

How do I sign up for or join a webinar?

To access our live sessions you'll need an account with MedAll. Once you're there, just click the event you're interested in. You'll receive the link to watch the session by email. If you have problems registering, contact MedAll. 

Are the webinars free? Do they count as CPD or continuing education hours?

The webinars are completely free to join & can be watched at any time. They are not officially accredited as CPD or continuing hours but check your local guidelines on what counts. Alternatively, you can join our partner CPDme for CPD accredited webinars at a low cost of £8 for a year for unlimited webinars & recordings. They are used internationally - not just in the UK. Here is an exclusive discount for Mind the Bleep members!

Are your webinars recorded? How can I watch the recordings?

Every webinar will be recorded and uploaded within a week. If any are missing let us know! 

Recordings are found on YouTube. Make sure you subscribe!

How do I get a certificate?

You must fill in the feedback form on MedAll. The link to this is found in the description on YouTube or on MedAll. If you have any errors or issues, please contact MedAll.

I've filled in the form, where is my certificate?

When you fill in the feedback form, you're provided with an option to download the certificate. If you've missed this opportunity, you'll need to fill it in again. The easiest way is to register with MedAll so all your certificates are automatically stored. If you have any issues or errors please contact MedAll.

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