Research by Dr Michael Perkin has found that introducing egg and peanut early may prevent infants at high risk of developing food allergies from developing food allergies.
An interdisciplinary project to review leadership teaching for St George’s Undergraduate students
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Professional education at St George’s can help you advance in your current field, specialise or change the direction of your career. Our professional degrees, stand-alone modules and MOOCs (Massive Online Open Courses) are taught in a variety of flexible formats, both online and face-to-face, so you can fit them around your busy schedule with a minimum of disruption to your current work. We develop them by harnessing the expertise within the St George’s community, including front-line practitioners and researchers working at the leading edge of medicine, healthcare and science, to help you keep up with the latest developments.
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We have over 250 years experience in training professionals to work in medicine, healthcare, science and research.
Our courses have been designed to meet the global challenges of delivering healthcare in the 21st century.
Our short courses have been created in collaboration with leading scientists and clinicians operating in the NHS.
We have partnered with FutureLearn to offer a number of online courses, designed and delivered by experts in the field.
We offer a variety of leading pathways for clinical academics.
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