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If you are from the UK or Ireland you could register with Univadis.

Univadis users receive free access to GPnotebook through their site and you will be able to login to your GPnotebook account seamlessly.

Please remember that if you are a Univadis member, you will need to sign in to the Univadis site and use their link to GPnotebook in their resource navigation menu each time.

Non clinical prices start at £20 per year.

Clinical subscriptions start at £30 per year.

Click here to register and choose your options.

GPnotebook has a proud tradition of supporting those who cannot afford to access medical information. 

Students with qualifying email addresses also get free subscriptions. There is a list of valid email addresses on the registration page (here). The list includes, for example `.ac.uk` and `.edu`. If your academic email address is not on the accepted list then please contact the GPnotebook help desk.

GPnotebook has a proud tradition of supporting those who cannot afford to access medical information. 

We want to support information provision to those who cannot afford to pay. If you have an email address that identifies you as being from a developing country then please follow the process on this page (click here).

GPnotebook is intended for healthcare professionals and is not recommended for anyone else. 

Along with ensuring the site is used by health care professionals, there are additional benefits to having a GPnotebook subscription.

  1. You get unlimited access to the website for 12 months.
  2. Your reading is tracked, helping you update your CPD portfolio.
  3. Compare with your colleagues with the Personal Knowledge Graphs (PKG).
  4. Get  access to our GEM – GPnotebook educational modules.
  5. You can be enrolled into our series of informative emails.

When you subscribe to GPnotebook we will use email to communicate about your account – for example if you forget your username and/or password.

You will also have the option to receive our occasional email newsletters, full of useful GPnotebook material. These emails may contain some promotional material from third parties, including pharmaceutical companies. 

We will never share, sell, or expose your personal details, including your email address.  You can rest assured that your details are safe as we are bound by the GDPR and strict European law.

No, never.

We will never share, sell, or expose your personal details, including your email address.  You can rest assured that your details are safe as we are bound by the GDPR and strict European law.

There was a bug when we first went live with the new subscription system. This resulted in some users being asked to pay when you tried to login. This bug has been sorted out but if this still happens, we would advise you to contact us.

We are aware that a small number of customers who have univadis-sponsored accounts appear to have “lost their tracked pages and annotations”.

The first thing to say is do not worry because we have all the data still. If this problem affects you then please get in touch with the help desk, telling them your name and email address.

We will be able to link-back your tracked pages and annotations to your account.

Didn't answer your question? Ask the team.

Please note that by sending a message to the help desk, you are giving permission for us to contact you by email to help resolve any issues.

If you are not happy for us to contact you please do not use this form.

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