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Professional, Clinical and Academic Training

Clinical Academic Training Programme

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.

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Academic placements in primary care

HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic (ICA) Programme for non-medical healthcare professions

As part of the ICA pathway, the University of Nottingham in partnership with East Midlands Research Design Service and NIHR CLAHRC EM offer a comprehensive Clinical Academic Training Pathway for non-medical health care professionals.

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Clinical Academic Training Programme

 

FRCS(T&O) courses

Offering courses in basic science revision, hand surgery revision, and statistics.

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Nottingham MRCOG Part 2 course

The Nottingham MRCOG Part 2 course consists of a four day course containing the bulk of the teaching and assessment relevant to the written examination.

  • Includes 2 full mock exams with review, greentop guideline discussion, lectures and small group teaching
  • Running for over 25 years
  • An unrivalled national and international reputation and high pass rate
  • Internationally renowned speakers, a gold medal winning lecturer, and college examiners

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Advanced statistical methods

This course equips students with the knowledge and skills to analyse and interpret public health and epidemiological data, including regression methods that allow us to investigate the effects of individual and multiple factors on different types of health outcome in different study designs.

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School of Medicine

University of Nottingham
Medical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

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