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Further Training

The process of learning is never over. At the School of Medicine we offer various training courses and programmes to help graduates, academics, and researches improve their knowledge and skills within the University of Nottingham.

Fundamentals of Clinical Trials

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Are you interested in learning more about clinical trials? The Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit hosts a 5-day course which introduces the key considerations when designing and conducting a randomised clinical trial. They primarily focus on large multi-centre clinical trials.

Book onto the short course

Clinical Academic Training Programme

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The Clinical Academic Training Programme (CATP) is an initiative to assist medical graduates in the development of academic and clinical skills as part of their career pathway towards becoming senior academic clinicians, leading research for the benefit of patients.

Find out more about CATP


Integrated Clinical Academic Programme

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We offer a comprehensive Clinical Academic Training pathway for non-medical health care professionals like nurses, midwifes, paramedics and more.

Find out more about ICA Programme

Fellowship of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons (Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery)

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We offer courses in basic science, hand surgery and statistics to help those preparing for their FRCS (T&O) examinations.

Find out more about FRCS (T&O) Courses


School of Medicine

University of Nottingham
Medical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

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