Scientist Training Programme core curriculum seeking stakeholder review

Published on
8th January 2021
Filed under
Curriculum, STP

The National School are delighted to announce that the Scientist Training Programme core curriculum review project has reached stage four in the process and we are now looking for stakeholders to consider the curriculum and provide feedback.

Feedback can be given anonymously through a survey and should take around an hour to complete. Feedback will inform the final curricula and will help to shape the future of the Scientist Training Programme.

Professor Berne Ferry, Head of the National School, said:

Curriculum Review has been a been a huge undertaking and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who’s contributed to the process so far. All of our curriculum review groups in 30 specialties have worked hard over the last 20 months to draft the content required to train the next generation of Clinical Scientists. To have done so in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic just highlights once again the dedication and desire of the healthcare science community to deliver a positive and bright future for all healthcare science specialties.

Chris Fisher, Head of Curriculum at the National School, said:

The STP curriculum content review project aims to make sure our STP curricula are fit for purpose. This is a huge undertaking and an exciting journey for the Curriculum Team and we’re looking forward to gathering the feedback from our stakeholders.

Find out more about how you can take part in the review 

Last updated on 8th January 2021

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