The Unit of Academic Primary Care aims to:
• be a lead provider for postgraduate primary care education in the UK.
• equip students with knowledge, skills and attributes for making a significant impact on their profession and communities in the face of a challenging and changing medical, social and healthcare landscape.
• provide a transformative learning experience for student to flourish and become life-long learners.
The key principles underpinning the strategic vision for PGT are:
• Demand led courses
• Research-informed curricula
• Enhanced employability and skills
• Technology-enhanced learning and digital literacy
• Internationalisation and inter-disciplinarity of curricula
• Engaging with and contributing to the Scholarship of Learning & Teaching
The aims and key principles will be supported by innovative and excellent pedagogies and robust faculty development initiatives and administrative process.
Current provision can be found here with specific information around our diabetes offering here .
We have an outstanding track record in the delivery of high quality postgraduate education, historically in the area of diabetes.
Since October 2016 we have also hosted the widely regarded National Centre of Anticoagulation Training (NCAT) which provides a broad range of courses at all levels for a multi-disciplinary audience.
Future developments include a new MSc in Primary Care which will also be made available for International Students.