Learning resources

Our learning resources from our CPD courses are free to use, as part of our mission to improve health and wellbeing in the South West and beyond.

Our experts are leaders in a wide range of fields, with a direct impact on public health. Please use our learning resources which our experts have created in a range of topical areas that link in with our programmes.

Dr Graham Watkinson, Consultant in Public Health, University of Exeter Medical School, and Senior Lecturer on the MSc Environment and Human Health.

Dr Watkinson shares his knowledge on Ebola – an unprecedented public health crisis. Dr Watkinson will talk about how the disease spreads, who is most at risk and what is in place to contain the outbreak.

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This free online course will introduce the topic of genomics, using the University of Exeter's research expertise in diabetes, to illustrate the clinical application of current genomics knowledge.

The first stage of this developing resource is a report on the news on Public Health commissioners, service providers and service users.

Weight loss maintenance consultation report

We celebrated the inaugural EBMA Assessment in Medical Education 2016 at the University of Exeter. Please take a look at some of the keynote presentations and symposia from the event.

Writer and historian Stella Tillyard pays tribute to the work of Prof Adam Zeman, on BBC Radio 4’s ‘A Point of View’. The 10 minute broadcast of this programme is available for listening again, or podcast download, at BBC iPlayer

Waking Up to the Acute Heart Failure 2017 was a state-of-the-art update to all healthcare professionals involved in the care of people with heart failure. Organised by Dr Andrew Ludman from the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Owais Dar from the Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust, it  focused on acute and hospitalised heart failure and covered the issues which affect patients and professionals on a daily basis in all areas of the hospital. 

Watch video clips of the seminars and browse images from the event

Listen to Adam Zeman, Professor of Cognitive and Behavioural Neurology at the University of Exeter Medical School, on how amnesia leads to a loss of self and how the lives of two men, Peter and Marcus, have been affected by their lack of a past.

The 15 minute broadcast of this programme is available for listening again, or podcast download, at BBC iPlayer

Professor Keith Grint delivered The Romance of Leadership plenary to launch the new Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Leadership and Management at the University of Exeter Medical School.