To provide formal instruction to complement clinical experience and stimulate original research. The programme is intended for training hospital or community based paediatricians who have obtained membership, and senior staff grade doctors, although candidates with other experience will also be considered.
School of Medicine
The School of Medicine is a unitary department headed by the Dean of the School. In addition to its main responsibilities for the delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate medical education the School has a commitment to high quality research which is undertaken under the auspices of three research institutes: Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine (LIMM), Leeds Institute of Genetics, Health and Therapeutics, and the Institute of Health Sciences and Public Health Research.
The taught modules available are: Advocacy in Child Health, Child Protection, Childhood Disability, Chronic Illness, Clinical Neuroscience, Communication & Management Skills, Community Paediatrics, Developmental & Behavioural Paediatrics, Evidence-based paediatrics, Growth & Nutrition, Preventive Health and Population Paediatrics, Research Methods & Medical Statistics, Critically ill child (i), Critically ill child (ii), Applied evidence-based paediatrics, Teaching Skills