Prodigy Relaunched

We are delighted to announce that we have just gone live with our new Prodigy site – click here to take a look. So what’s new? We’ve transformed the site making it easier to navigate and find what you’re looking for. In addition, we’ve added even more clinical topics and completed a significant content update.…

NHS hit by major cyber-attack

On May 12th hospitals across Britain were subject to a ransomware attack. Large parts of the NHS in England and Scotland were part of an unprecedented global attack. This led to countless operations being cancelled and patients being turned away as organisations, trusts and GP surgeries were temporarily locked out of their systems. We can…

AMP is now live

AMP – your mobile portfolio….. Now live!!

Exciting news – Clarity have launched a FREE mobile app for all Appraisal Toolkit customers: AMP. The Appraisal Mobile Portfolio companion app for Clarity’s Appraisal Toolkit. AMP will enable you to keep on top of your CPD, anytime, anywhere. Using AMP you can: • Save information when it’s convenient for you • Quickly record evidence…


AMP – your mobile portfolio

Good news – Clarity Informatics have developed a FREE mobile app for all Appraisal Toolkit customers. Our new mobile app can be accessed from iOS and Android mobile devices and synchronises with your desktop site in real time. We will let you know when the app is ready to download. App features include: Create evidence…

Vaccination – benefits and myths.

The World Health Organization describe vaccination or immunization as ‘the process where a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease, by the administration of a vaccine. Vaccines stimulate the body’s own immune system to protect the person against subsequent infection or disease.’ Immunization is a proven tool for controlling and eliminating life-threatening…

Prodigy release for September

The following new Prodigy topic has been released:

  • Multiple sclerosis

The following Prodigy topics have been reviewed and released:

  • Cataracts
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder
  • Corticosteroids – inhaled
  • Corticosteroids – topical (skin), nose, and eyes
  • HIV infection and AIDS