Imperial College London has places available on The Imperial Allergy Programme for the upcoming academic year.
A variety of study options are available:
Short Courses in Allergy
The MSc specialist modules can be studied as short courses with CME and APL accreditation.
Course topics and dates for the 2013-14 academic year are:
• Allergic Gastrointestinal Disease Module: 12-13 November 2013
• Food Hypersensitivity Module: 14-15 November 2013
• Allergic Airways Disease Module: 17-18 March 2014
• Allergic Rhinitis and Hayfever Module: 19-20 March 2014
• Allergic Skin Disease Module: 9-10 June 2014
• Paediatric Allergy Module: 11-12 June 2014
Postgraduate Certificate in Allergy
The Imperial College PGCert in Allergy offers a sound theoretical background to the principles of the mechanisms and management of allergic disease, and a robust practical programme in diagnosis and treatment. Commencing in October each year, this is a nine-month Masters level part-time blended learning course. Students attend St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School for three one-week face to face modules, and complete a programme utilizing extensive on-line e-learning resources and exercises, enabling them to incorporate their studies around professional and personal commitments.
MSc in Allergy
The MSc is a 2 or 3 year part-time programme following the successful completion of the PGCert. Students select and complete assignments on four specialist clinical topic Modules, and conduct an allergy research project for which they submit a 10,000 word dissertation and attend for viva voce examination.
For further information please visit: http://www1.imperial.ac.uk/medicine/teaching/postgraduate/taughtcourses/allergyprogramme/ or contact the Course Director Dr Jill A Warner: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated 25 July 2014