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If you currently use the Univadis resource link to access GPnotebook, we are excited to let you know that you will be able to log directly into GPnotebook from today.
You will need to create a new password for the GPnotebook account to ensure it remains secure. Then, you’re good to go.
Click here and enter your email address.
Check your email. A “set-password” link will be emailed to you.
Enter your new password for GPnotebook and you’re all set.
If you are from the UK or Ireland and currently use the Univadis resource link to access GPnotebook, we are excited to let you know that you will be able to log directly into GPnotebook from today.
You will need to create a new password for the GPnotebook account to ensure it remains secure.
Once you’ve done this, you may start using the simple “login” button on the GPnotebook homepage.
More great news, Yes! Your account will continue to be a free account and you do not have to pay for any subscription.
Yes, your access and account with Univadis will not change.
We are converting your existing account into a Free GPnotebook account. This means you will not loose any of your previous history. Your CPD points are safe.
If you do not see your history and would like the team to look into this and re-link your points to your account please contact the support team.
This is common for the first time you try and use the GPnotebook account after it being transfered from Univadis.
Please try the “Forgot your password?” link in the login menu. You will be asked to enter the email address that you have previously used to log into Univadis.
After trying this, if you still receive an error stating “We can’t find a user with that e-mail address.” please contact the support 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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