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  Clinical Health Psychology (MSc)


Queen’s University Belfast    School of Psychology

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full time, 2 years part time Award winner
Psychology (31)

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The Clinical Health Psychology MSc programme at Queen's University Belfast offers a unique opportunity for advanced study in the field of clinical health psychology. This applied discipline focuses on using psychological techniques to prevent, treat, and rehabilitate health conditions. With a strong emphasis on physical complaints and their emotional impact, this programme covers a range of topics including research methods, health behavior change, and psycho-oncology. Entry requirements include a 2.1 Honours degree in Psychology or a related subject, or equivalent qualification. Taught by internationally renowned experts, this programme provides excellent supervision and a supportive learning environment for students. Graduates can pursue careers in clinical or health psychology or the health service. Additionally, they can gain practical experience and a wider exposure to life through the Graduate Plus award.

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Clinical health psychology (sometimes referred to as behavioural medicine, medical psychology or psychosomatic medicine) is an applied discipline that focuses on people with a health condition that could be prevented, treated or rehabilitated through the use of psychological techniques or procedures. The primary interest is on problems that present as physical complaints rather than emotional or mental health issues. Nevertheless, clinical health psychology is concerned with the emotional problems that may arise as a result of a physical health complaint. The topics covered in the MSc include: research methods, health behaviour change, psycho-oncology and adjustment to long term physical illness.

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Entry Requirements

Normally a 2.1 Honours degree or above in Psychology or an acceptable related subject, or equivalent qualification acceptable to the University.

In the absence of a formal qualification that meets the above criteria, applicants may apply for recognition of prior learning. The University's Recognition of Prior Learning Policy provides guidance on the assessment of experiential learning (RPEL).




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