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Blog review

In this review of the day, Dr Bill Vennells gives us an overview of what took place at our 'Waking up to Epilepsy 2016' event.

Read the blog post

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Learn and develop with us through a range of focused short courses, workshops, and education days that will meet your Continuing Professional Development needs.

Our education and training activities have high quality, safe and effective healthcare provision at the core.

They are designed and delivered by faculty who are role models for combining healthcare expertise with inspirational education and research and have a clear understanding of the professional development needs of fellow professionals, whatever stage of career or areas of practice.

Current courses

Course titleDates
Genomic Medicine Transforming Patient Care in Diabetes Free online course running now
CPD opportunities in MSc Genomic Medicine September 2016 onwards
Principles of Health Protection (four full contact days)
Please email UEMS_CPD@exeter.ac.uk for further information
31st January 2017 and 7th, 14th & 28th February 2017
Health Statistics 2 (two days) 22nd February and 1st March 2017

Advanced Health Economics (one day)

15th March 2017

Tailored courses

We can run courses aligned to your individual and practice needs. We are here to help you with specialist advice, guidance and support when you need a more individual service.

Please contact us to discuss your requirements, email UEMS_CPD@exeter.ac.uk or telephone +44 (0)1392 722964.

Conferences and events

 

BOOK NOW: Stepping up to Paediatric and Adult Allergy 2017

Xfi Building, Streatham Campus, University of Exeter

 Friday 30th June 2017 

SAVE THE DATE : Waking up to Acute Heart Failure

Xfi Building, Streatham Campus, University of Exeter

Please email UEMS_CPD@exeter.ac.uk for further information

 Friday 7th July 2017

SAVE THE DATE: Walking with Hemiplegia/Speaking with Dysphasia

RILD Lecture Theatre, University of Exeter Medical School

Please email UEMS_CPD@exeter.ac.uk for further information

Thursday 28th September 2017

SAVE THE DATE: Waking up to Memory 

RILD Lecture Theatre, University of Exeter Medical School

Please email UEMS_CPD@exeter.ac.uk for further information

Thursday 5th October 2017

 

EBMA Annual Academic Conference: Crossing Boundaries - Assessment in Medical Education

We celebrated our inaugural conference in October 2016. Delegates explored opportunities for assessment developments; looking at how assessments can and will cross boundaries between universities, nations and the undergraduate to postgraduate transition. Please do look at the keynote presentations and symposia from the event and register your interest for next year's event at AssessmentMedEd@exeter.ac.uk

SAVE THE DATE: 2nd EBMA Conference will be in Egmond aan Zee, near Amsterdam, the Netherlands on 'Transformative Assessment: Making the strategic use of assessments meaningful for learning' 

"Thank you so much for an excellent two day CPD course on Health Economics for public health. Thank you all for all the hard work and preparation you put into every aspect of running and delivering the course. It was an outstanding success and I know all of my colleagues and myself really benefitted from attending the course."

Public Health Consultant, Public Health England

"Waking up to Epilepsy was a fantastic opportunity for us to meet new people and raise important awareness about our work, and it was extremely encouraging to see people so enthusiastic to learn about epilepsy. We really hope to see more events like this in the future."

Read the full review

Epilepsy Research UK

"Just a quick note to say the delegates of Waking up to Sleep 2015 conference were very impressed. Thank you for everyone's work in ensuring the smooth running of this valuable and informative event"

Torbay and Southern Devon Health and Care NHS Trust