HC Deb 25 June 1986 vol 100 c192W
Mr. MacKenzie

asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science which Scottish universities make special courses available to doctors who wish to specialise in the care and treatment of elderly people; and what information he has to how many students are presently enrolled in such courses.

Mr. Walden

I understand that the University of Glasgow and the University of Edinburgh each provides occasional one-week courses in geriatric medicine for qualified doctors, and that enrolements on these are normally between 25 and 30.