School of Public Health
The Yorkshire and Humber School of Public Health is based in Leeds providing training opportunities across the whole of North, East, South and West Yorkshire, incorporating large cities, smaller towns and rural settings, and including populations of significant affluence and marked deprivation.
The School of Public Health's principle education programme is the Public Health Specialist Training Programme offering generalist training to individuals from medical and non-medical backgrounds.
There are three phases of training for the Specialist Training Programme which last for four years however and additional year on an academic Masters course is funded for those who need it to provide the theoretical base for public health. For more information, see the Faculty for Public Health curriculum for training.
Registrars on the school programme gain public health experience within many settings, including local authorities, national and local NHS organisations, academic institutions and Public Health England.
For further information please click the following link http://www.yorksandhumberdeanery.nhs.uk/public_health/