Continuing development to boost knowledge, support project delivery and improve patient care
The ITM is committed to supporting training and education, helping to embed research findings, share knowledge and offer new qualifications, with the ultimate aim of improving patient outcomes.
Our education programme and providers based here in the ITM include:
- Medical Training
- West Midlands NHS Genomics Medicine Centre – Education
- BHP Clinical Academic Programmes for Non-Medical Professions
- Integrated Clinical Academic Training, a series of academic pathways funded by the NIHR to support medical, dental and allied health professionals in their career development.
- Academic Training Health Education England, offering medical and dental trainees the highest quality training, supervision and support.
For more information on vacancies for ITM Fellows, please visit the Birmingham Health Partners website.
We are happy to discuss arranging mock interviews for trainees who are invited to fellowship interviews. Please contact Charlotte Maybury.
Our cross-discipline Seminars@ITM are designed to showcase the research conducted across the Birmingham Health Partners (BHP) campus.
“Seminars@ITM provide a fantastic opportunity for staff from different disciplines to come together to share best practice. They are a valuable forum for encouraging networking and collaborative working across the BHP organisations.”
Professor Lorraine Harper, Head of Education, BHP
Previous seminar topics have included:
- Vestigial no more… The emerging potential role of therapeutic appendicectomy in the treatment of Ulcerative Colitis
- Opportunities for Translational Research in Histopathology
- Head and neck cancer: the potential benefits of tailoring the experiences of patients’ symptoms and care into therapeutic pathways
- The who, why and where of clinical research: a personal view
- Patient-reported outcomes: making patient centred care a reality
More seminars are planned for the future and we will add these to the website as and when they become available.
West Midlands NHS Genomics Medicine Centre – Education
The 100K Genomes Project has the potential to change clinical practice, bringing benefits to patients across the region and creating a legacy which embeds genomics in healthcare. West Midlands is the largest genomic medicine centre taking part in the 100,000 Genomes Project and comprises a consortium of 18 trusts across the region.
A genomics education and training programme has been established at the ITM to support the delivery of the project and provide genomics education and training. This includes a suite of educational programmes to prepare staff to work with the 100,000 Genomes Project and embed genomics knowledge through all NHS professional groups.
For more infomation contact: email@example.com
BHP Clinical Academic Programmes for Non-Medical Professions
BHP delivers the West Midlands Clinical Academic Internship Programme (CAIP) and Masters to PhD Bridging Programme. Both programmes are aimed specifically at non-medical professionals who aspire to undertake Masters or PhD level study and embark on a clinical academic career in order to achieve better outcomes for patients.
The programmes are funded by Health Education England (HEE) working across the West Midlands and are designed to link into the HEE/National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Integrated Clinical Academic Programme (ICAP) for non-medical healthcare professions.