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  1. New ‘Vitamin D & Cancer’ Blog by Students

    It’s always a pleasure to hear from our students, especially when we get to help them publicise the good work they are doing. Our most recent request has come from the PGDip in Endocrinology students who are currently working their way through Module 6. As a group, they have produced a blog with several posts relating to Vitamin D & Cancer.

    Please do go check out their blog, it certainly makes for an interesting read. Well done everyone!

  2. Another Published Paper by PGDip Endocrinology Tutor, Dr Samit Ghosal

    Again, we are pleased to announce that our list of academic papers published by Course Directors, Course Tutors and Former Students has just grown!

    Congratulations to Samit Ghosal, Binayak Sinha and Kingshuk Bhattacharjee on your published paper titled ‘Cardio Vascular Outcomes Trials (CVOTs) with Anti-Hyperglycemic Agents: Demystifying Statistical Complexities‘.

    We are fortunate that Dr Samit Ghosal is one of our PGDip/MSc Endocrinology tutors.  We are always proud of students and tutors achievements. Well done all!

  3. More Published Papers from our Esteemed Tutors and Course Delegates

    We are excited to announce that our list of academic papers published by Course Directors, Course Tutors and Former Students has just grown!

    Congratulations to both Vinay S Eligar, Consultant in Diabetes and Endocrinology, University Hospital of Wales and our Diabetes Diploma Course tutor and director, and Emmeline de Gruchy, University Hospital Wales, and Diabetes Diploma student on your published paper titled ‘Review of the Pharmacological interventions and Bariatric surgery for Diabesity‘.

    We are always proud of students and tutors achievements. Well done both!

  4. Growing Healthcare Professionals knowledge of Sexual and Reproductive Medicine

    A GP with an average list size of 1800 patients in the UK can expect to see approximately two infertile couples each year. The most important role for the GP is that of advocacy ensuring that couples receive the correct advice, investigations, management and referral.1 Read more

  5. The importance of teacher training in Medical Education

    Teachers, in fact, are a medical school or postgraduate body’s greatest asset1 .  Our Medical Education PGDip and MSc courses have been born out of a necessity to train and provide healthcare professionals with the theory needed to prepare a current and future generation of healthcare professionals. Read more