Specialty Registrar Training
The KSS School of Public Health is pleased to offer its first Public Health Specialty Training programme for the Kent, Surrey and Sussex region with new ST1s starting from August 2022.
The Public Health Specialty Training Programme is a 5 year programme, at the end of which people will be able to join the Public Health Specialist Register with either the GMC (https://www.gmc-uk.org/) or the UKPHR (https://ukphr.org/) and so will be eligible for public health consultant appointments. Training may be done full or part time.
Training follows the Faculty of Public Health curriculum (https://www.fph.org.uk/training-careers/specialty-training/curriculum/). Training is divided into two phases, Phase 1 which focuses on gaining knowledge of public health and Phase 2 which focuses on applying that knowledge in practice.
The specialty public health medicine training programme in KSS aims to provide the knowledge, skills and experience needed to be an effective public health specialist. It covers the academic, health protection and service components of public health practice. Phase 1 usually lasts 2-3 years, including one year completing an MSc in public health. For those who already have an MSc, entry to training at ST2 (Specialty Training year 2) level is available.
We welcome applications to the programme from medics and those from a professional background other than medicine. Further information on how you can apply to a training programme can be found on the Faculty of Public Health and via the HEE Specialty Recruitment Portal.
Our training is delivered across the whole of the Kent, Surrey and Sussex region. To find out more and the KSS programme download the prospectus below.
For further information or to arrange to speak with the Training Programme Director please contact us at KSSPublicHealthSchool.SE@hee.nhs.uk