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Short Courses

Short Courses

Digital Certificate of Completion – “Digital Health: Philosophies, technologies and practice”

Digital Certificate of Completion – “Digital Health: Philosophies, technologies and practice”


Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and Ain Shams University (ASU) have joined forces to create a free four-week online Digital Health course funded by the British Council. 

To supplement this free course we are producing digital certificates for you to celebrate your completion of the programme. This certificate is also free for all QMUL and ASU staff / students, while a charge (£40) is applicable for all other participants. 

If you enrol on the course with your QMUL/ ASU email, you will automatically receive a free digital certificate once completed the course and all the course quizzes with a minimum of 80% grade. Enrol here.

For all other participants, please make the payment of certificate fee here. In all cases you will receive the digital certificate via email once we have verified eligibility.


Practical information

You will be eligible to receive a digital certificate of completion from both Queen Mary University of London and Ain Shams University upon fulfilling the two requirements below:

1. Complete all the course quizzes with minimum of 80% grade.

2. Make the payment of certificate fee here.



£40 for non-Queen Mary University of London/ Ain Shams University participants.


Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel your order, then please contact [email protected] in the first instance. Please note that, due to the certificates being clearly personalised, an order will not be eligible for a refund under any circumstance, once the certificate has been created (including participants who cannot complete the course and/or do not submit the final assignment) unless the course is no longer available.   

For any queries email [email protected].

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Base SAS Exam Registration



Optional external exam for students in maths.

This price is 50% of the full registration fees and it is only to be used by students of the maths department at QMUL.
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Biomedical Horizons: Exploring the Interplay between Environment and Health



Date: 18 to 20 September 2024

Time: 10am to 5pm (each day)

Location: Queen Mary University of London, Malta Campus or by Distance Learning

The “Biomedical Horizons: Exploring the Interplay of Environment and Health” Short Course, developed by the William Harvey Research Institute, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at Queen Mary, calls for an innovative and holistic approach to enable effective management of the chronic diseases that affect the world’s population.

Such complex diseases involve multi-factorial aetio-pathogenesis which is compounded by the burdens of lifestyle, societal (e.g. poverty) as well as environmental (e.g. pollution) factors, including an interplay with non-communicable diseases impacted by multi-morbidity and long-term conditions.

Lifestyle factors (including smoking, obesity, and unhealthy diet) often augment the entity of disease manifestation and hamper the effectiveness of clinical management. Health inequalities also impact on the care and treatment of rare diseases, where there is significant variation in the availability of therapies, biomarkers and research activities around specific rare diseases.

The Course Lead is Dr Stavroula Kanoni PhD, PGCAP, FHEA.
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