MRCOG Programmes

 
  
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The Nottingham MRCOG Part 2 Course, which has been running for over 25 years, has an unrivalled international reputation and high pass rate. Our teaching faculty features internationally renowned speakers and college examiners and question-writers throughout the week.

School details

Our mission is to improve human health and quality of life locally, nationally and internationally through outstanding education, research and patient care.

Priorities

  • Teaching and learning, particularly training tomorrow’s doctors and teaching specialist postgraduates.
  • Research and research training: We will perform and support the highest quality 'big' research which impacts on human health and disease.
  • Partnership with the NHS and other healthcare providers.
  • Visibility and profile of the School of Medicine: We will do what we do better, and we will tell others about it.

Ethos and principles

  • Having people and patients at the heart of all we do: our teaching and learning, our research and our patient care.
  • Contribution within the School of Medicine and to society beyond our immediate roles; helpfulness and service.
  • Openness and fairness, with particular emphasis on communication (both internal and external) and on equality and diversity among students and staff.
  • Personal and group responsibility for all aspects of our work, within a culture of opportunity and reward.
 

Contact

Miss Helen Mattlock, Course Administrator
t:   +44 (0) 115 823 1896
 
 
 

Continuing Professional Development Services

Jubilee Conference Centre
Jubilee Campus
Triumph Road
Nottingham, NG8 1DH

telephone: +44 (0) 115 748 4352
email: cpd@nottingham.ac.uk