Public Health for Clinical Specialties Course
Category: Regional Public Health Events - Other
Date: September 17th 2014 until September 19th 2014
Location: The Studio Training Centre, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham B2 5EP
Public health is an exciting discipline of growing importance nationally and globally. This requires a broad population-based approach which integrates health sector interventions with those from many other spheres of human influence (political, economic, communities, social, educational, environmental and others).
The three-day course from 26-28 March 2014 in Birmingham has now sold out. The Faculty of Public (FPH) will be holding the course again on 17-19 September 2014.
Please click here for more information and for a link to the booking form.
The course has been developed specifically, and is only open to, trainees from other clinical specialties who have an interest in public health and want to develop their skills in this field.
Course fee: £350.
The sessions will cover the following core public health topics:
- Health Protection
- Health Services
- Management for Specialty Registrars
- Critical Appraisal
- How to write a research proposal.
The course will be delivered by the following:
Ed Jessop, FPH Vice President
Peter Lees, Founding Director of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management
Tom Kenny, Director of External Relations, National Institute for Health Research Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre
Suzanne Coles, Specialty Registrar in Public Health firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Isba, Specialty Registrar in Public Health and a Clinical Lecturer in Medical Education
For further information or to submit the completed booking form contact Gareth Cooke, FPH Training Administrator