Scotland provides excellent paediatric training programmes with placements in units and hospitals at the forefront of clinical research and delivery. There are opportunities for academia, research and sub-specialty training, as well as flexible working and other experiences set outside the programme itself. These pages provide useful education and training information for the paediatric programmes within Scotland.
NES is one of the 4 UK Statutory Education Bodies and contributes to the support, funding and delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate healthcare education, and ongoing workforce development for the NHS in Scotland.
RCPCH set the curriculum and the delivery and assessment of training is overseen by NES training boards. This Specialty Training Board comprises of the following specialties: Paediatrics; Obstetrics and gynaecology; Paediatric Cardiology; and Community & Sexual Reproductive Health. It has five meetings a year. Its purpose covers a number of elements all of which support training, complementing the work of the Scotland Deanery and advising the NES Medical Directorate Executive Team (MDET).
East of Scotland
This page was last updated on: 07.07.2022 at 08.43