Clozapine eLearning
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Supporting the safe & effective management of your patients


This course has been designed to support the safe and effective management of patients suffering from treatment-resistant schizophrenia.


It is aimed at healthcare professionals who are directly involved in caring for patients being treated with clozapine on a day to day basis, in particular nurses, pharmacists, technicians, gps and junior doctors. The 10 modules cover a wide range of topics, in particular managing side effects, and has been written and reviewed by mental health clinicians and pharmacists experienced in the management of patients receiving treatment with clozapine.

About the Course

The course has been accredited by the College of Mental Health Pharmacy (1 hours CPD per module passed)
The course is based upon key publications and consists of 10 fully referenced modules
Organisations will be able to select the modules required and track the progress of their staff
There is a short test at the end of each module to consolidate the learnings
A certificate will be issued on completion of each module
The course content is reviewed regularly to ensure that it is accurate and up to date
Access to this platform generally by way of an annual, organisational subscription **
Funding support may be available from your clozapine supplier by way of an unconditional educational grant1 .
** Individual subscriptions may be available. Please contact us for a quote.
1Trusts may apply for support in full or in part to clozapine provider under Clause 19 PMCPA (ABPI) Medical Educational Goods and Services (MEGS).

Free Bonus Courses for Subscribers


'An Introduction To Haemotology'

As the popularity of point-of-care testing (POCT) for clozapine patients gains in popularity, there is an increasing awareness of the various different functions our blood performs. 'An Introduction to Haematology’ has been provided by HORIBA UK Limited, and aims to give a basic overview of the importance aspects of haematology when managing patients in a Point of Care setting.

'Point of Care Quality Assessment – All you need to know about UK NEQAS'

Point-of-care testing (POCT) for clozapine patients has been available for many years and is a service that is growing in popularity throughout most of the United Kingdom. However, the essential blood monitoring of patients taking clozapine is usually performed in non-hospital settings by non-scientific staff. This mini-course has been written for Learn It Online by UK NEQAS and is intended to provide additional support to healthcare professionals working in POC clozapine clinics.

Key Reading


The Clozapine Handbook and Maudsley Guidelines are key reference documents for much of the course content. Both books are available to purchase via these links. The Maudsley Guidelines 13th Edition is now available as an App for all operating systems.


Psychogastroenterology for Adults: A Handbook for Mental Health Professionals is the first book to provide mental health professionals with an evidence-based, practical guide for working with patients living with gastrointestinal conditions.

The Rome Foundation

The Rome Foundation


“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.”

About The Rome Foundation

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

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