There are increasing numbers of training opportunities in Adolescent/Young People's Health across the UK. This section details some of the key areas that may be relevant for students and trainees looking for further training as well as trainers looking to increase the opportunities for learning around and young people’s health within their workplace.

RCPCH: Young People's Health SPIN Module

RCPCH trainees in their final three years of training (ST5-8) can undertake a Special Interest (SPIN) module in Young People's Health. This training will require prospective approval. For more information on the

One of the most exciting developments is the RCPCH / e-Learning for Healthcare Adolescent Heath Project. This e-learning project covers over 70 different modules related to Adolescent Health. It is available to for free to all health professionals working within the NHS. Medical students also have a free access. For more details and to register go to the Adolescent Health Project Website or to log in click here.

Global Adolescent Health

An on-line course is available from the University of Melbourne on Global Adolescent Health. Click here for more information or visit


Website and Summer School, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

The EuTEACH website provides various resources useful for professionals who wish to build and implement courses, training sessions or a curriculum on adolescent health and medicine. It is also a learning resource for people less experienced in the field of adolescent health. Each year there is a Summer School held in Lausanne, Switzerland