School of Public Health - Events

Public Health Events for 2021

We are holding an Open Day for people who are interested in becoming a Public Health Registrar.  

You will hear about the Public Health Training Programme, the academic side of the training, and the huge number of opportunities that are available within the training placements.

Details of the event are below:

Date: 7th October 2021

Time: 2:00PM to 4:00PM

Location: Online on Microsoft Teams

If you would like to attend please book your place here

 

Yorkshire & Humber Public Health Annual Conference

Yorkshire & Humber Public Health Annual Conference

Please note that this Conference is designed for current/future registrars, supervisors and faculty members within the Yorkshire & Humber School of Public Health. Registration requests from people outside the School will be added to a waiting list and confirmation of your place will be sent out, should any places become available.

The Public health annual conference was held on June 29th 2021.

Deatils of future events will be posted here soon!

 

Specialty Registrar Committee Meetings

Specialty Registrar Committee Meetings.

Specialty registrar committee meetings occur once every 2 months, currently virtually.  Please contact PublicHealth.yh@hee.nhs.uk if you would like further information

 

Lunch and Learn with special guests

Tales from The Tower of London - Alex Drago

 

 

 

Genomics in your Practice: a health and social care survey

Genomics in your Practice: a health and social care survey

To understand how genomics is being used by medical professionals, and help inform future training and education plans, the Genomics Education Programme (GEP) is seeking views from the medical community.

The online survey, Genomics in your Practice, is now open to all medical professionals working in the UK and will be available until Monday 20 September. It should take around 15 to 25 minutes to complete.

We would like to encourage as many medical professionals as possible to share their views and help us build a picture of what the current use of genomics is across the specialties, what tests clinicians are using, and what their learning needs are.

Find out more about the survey on our webpage.

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