The Endometriosis CaRe Centre provides education and training for clinical and research students with a particular focus on postgraduates.
Obstetrics & Gynaecology is a core subject in the fifth year of the Medical School curriculum. Students learn a broad range of gynaecology and obstetrics clinical skills and procedures, including: pelvic examinations, cervical smears, participate in the management of labour, and conduct a normal vaginal delivery. Read more...
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There are two different postgraduate research degrees available at the EndoCaRe Centre: the Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) in Women's and Reproductive Health and the Master of Science by Research (MSc(Res)) in Women's and Reproductive Health. We seek to equip all graduate research students with a comprehensive set of transferable and research skills to maximise each researcher’s potential. Read more...
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