The National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine, part of the University of Central Lancashire, provides education and training to equip health professionals with the knowledge and skills to provide gold standard care in remote and rural locations locally, nationally and internationally.
Patients deserve the best care regardless of their location. Rural medicine has been under-served for a number of years and the Centre aims to provide a focus for remote and rural medical education and research in collaboration with colleagues globally. Their aim is to provide a centre which will address issues affecting recruitment and retention of staff in remote and rural areas and provide solutions which will help to achieve better outcomes for both staff and patients.
They offer short courses and postgraduate qualifications in
They operate on the firm belief that medics and allied healthcare professionals should be able to attain skills and qualifications to ensure they feel confident and secure when looking after their patients’ needs, wherever they are in the world. Every contact with a patient should always enhance the outcome.
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