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School of Public Health

The aim of the Oxford School of Public Health is to recruit and train doctors and those from disciplines other than medicine to enable them to acquire the knowledge, skills and experience required to be effective public health specialists. It aims to accommodate the evolving role of the speciality to allow a choice of career path and to cover the academic, health protection and service components of public health practice. The principles which underpin the maintenance of high quality Public Health Training across Health Education England, Thames Valley, include:

  • explicit deanery-wide standards for training are adopted and reviewed annually;
  • the training provided in all training locations is appraised periodically;
  • the progress of all trainees is reviewed in a systematic and constructive manner annually;
  • trainers are provided with appropriate support and continuing education;
  • trainees are able to attend a formal academic course at Oxford University


Please visit the School of Public Health website for more information about the school.


Thames Valley Public Health Practitioner Development Scheme 2018

Applications to this programme are now open, the closing date is Friday, 3 November 2017 (12:00 noon)
To apply, please see



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