The Yorkshire and Humber School of Public Health are recruiting as part of an annual national programme and are hosting an online Recruitment Day on Thursday 7th October 2pm-4pm.
Do you want to join an exciting Public Health training scheme and contribute to improving health and wellbeing and reducing inequalities for our local communities?
Do you have a medical degree with current GMC registration and a minimum of 2 years postgraduate medical experience OR do you have 48 months’ work experience (including 24 months at Agenda for Change 6 work experience which is relevant to population health practice) over the previous 4 years and a degree at 2.1 or above or a master’s degree?
This event will give you a chance to learn about the Public Health Training Programme and meet the Head of School, Val Barker, and the Training Programme Directors, Susan Hird and Shirley Brierley. You will also hear from Registrars currenly on the Progrmme, about the application process and about the training programme itself.
Other useful links:
The Yorkshire and Humber Deanery Website – Provides useful information for anyone interested in public health training in Yorkshire and the Humber. Please view this website, the videos and all links before attending the open day.
Faculty of Public Health Website – Provides specific details about recruitment and eligibility, which will be updated for 2021/22 in October 2021.