Migration, Mobilities and Citizenship

Course Overview   Duration Weekly Study Teaching Method Course Fee Duration 2 Weeks Weekly Study 3 Hours Teaching Method 100% Online Course Fee £25 Topics / Syllabus What is understood by ‘migrant’ in data, law and media/public opinion What the consequences are of these different […]

Journey to birth

Course Overview Giving birth is one of the most normal events in life, but many women don’t have trustworthy, evidence-based information to rely on. On this course, you’ll be guided through the latest stages of pregnancy to the birth itself so that you can lower […]

Introduction to Food Science

Course Overview Food and health information is often oversimplified by the media, and recommendations can be inaccurately reported and contradictory to current recommendations. By understanding and learning more about what’s in our food, we can make smarter, more sustainable, and healthier food choices. On this […]

Genomic Medicine and Research: A Community Approach

Course Overview Translational research has shown the benefits of using a community-focussed approach to healthcare. This course shares these benefits and raises awareness of community genetics as a field of medicine. Amish communities and families affected by inherited disorders are given as an example. On […]

e-Bug Health Educator Training

Course Overview e-Bug is operated by Public Health England (PHE) as a free educational resource for teaching young people aged 4-18 about the spread, prevention, and treatment of infections and antibiotic use. This course was developed by PHE and the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy […]

Discovering Science Medicinal Chemistry

Course Overview Discover how chemotherapy has evolved, and some of the breakthroughs and developments chemists have made in the fight against cancer over the last 10 years. Diagnostic imaging examines how scientists learn about, and treat, the inside of the body without invasive surgery. You’ll […]