General Medical Council gives go ahead for Chester Medical School to train doctors with support of Warwick Medical School
The General Medical Council (GMC) which oversees the training of doctors in the UK is set to approve a new course at Chester Medical School, developed with the support of the University of Warwick, which will see it producing doctors to help transform health care across Cheshire, Wirral, Shropshire and beyond.
Miscarriage at any point during the first 6 months of pregnancy should be formally recognised as a bereavement, rather than an illness, as is currently the case in the UK, argues psychiatrist Nathan Hodson of the University of Warwick in correspondence published online in the journal BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health.
Future healthcare professionals working in mental health and neurosciences will be trained at a new Doctoral Training Programme (DTP) thanks to a £7.24million award from Wellcome.
New research involving University of Warwick researchers has found that the use of non-invasive breathing support to treat moderate to severe COVID-19 infection, isn’t linked to a heightened infection risk, as currently thought.
Early findings of a new research project have found that hospices in the West Midlands felt they were “overlooked” at key moments during the pandemic.