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This category houses open access courses developed by the School.

Learn the key features and examine the uses of the main epidemiology study types for eye care.

Learn the foundations of epidemiology for eye health in this free course which examines the distribution and causes of eye disease in different groups of people.

Understand global blindness and how to plan effective eye care with this online course for health professionals.

This workshop is aimed at Researchers, Doctoral students and Professional Support Staff working on clinical trials.  It will also be useful and of interest to staff who wish to learn more about the regulatory framework of clinical trials.

Each of the modules has a book with chapters. There is an arrow in the bottom right of each page to move back and forward through the pages as needed.

There is a short GCP assessment at the end (with an 80% pass mark), there is no limit on the amount of attempts. 

This open-access course has been designed to explore the multi-sectoral links between agriculture, nutrition and health, highlight current evidence and identify potential programmatic solutions.

A printed and personalised Certificate of Participation can be obtained for a fee of £30. In order to be eligible for a Certificate of Participation, registered participants must complete the assessment for the two core sessions (Sessions 1 and 2). This assessment is a set of multiple choice questions that can be found in the Certification for Core Sessions section. This assessment must be attempted in order to be eligible for a Certification of Participation, but there is no defined pass mark.

This course has been designed to explore the complicated problem of undernutrition, highlight its multi-sectoral causes and identify potential programmatic solutions. Chronic undernutrition affects nearly 200 million children in low- and middle-income countries and there is strong evidence that undernutrition is associated with up to 45% of all child deaths globally.

A printed and personalised Certificate of Participation can be obtained for a fee of £30. In order to be eligible for a Certificate of Participation, registered participants must complete the assessment for the three core sessions (Sessions 1 to 3). This assessment is a set of multiple choice questions that can be found in the Certification for Core Sessions section. This assessment must be attempted in order to be eligible for a Certification of Participation, but there is no defined pass mark.