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Clinical Management of Pain (Online Learning) MSc, PgProfDev


University of Edinburgh Edinburgh Medical School

Part time September MSc, Other MSc: 6 years, PgProfDev: 2 years

About the course

Programme description

This suite of part-time, fully online programmes offers clinical health care professionals a wide range of pain management educational opportunities.

With a flexible and broad selection of options, from single courses through to Masters of Science degrees, we offer students the unique opportunity to have direct contact with international students, lecturers, tutors and experts in pain management from across the world, widening students’ understanding of pain in a variety of clinical contexts.

How will I learn?

Each course in the programme consists of themed areas including a blend of:

  • short online lectures
  • practical case studies
  • directed readings
  • podcasts
  • webinars
  • interdisciplinary e-lectures

The interaction between students, clinicians and academics is promoted through

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Entry Requirements

Entry requirements for individual programmes vary, so please check the details for the specific programme you wish to apply for on our website. You will also need to meet the University’s language requirements.


Fees

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Student Profile(s)

Arthur Roberts DDS, MD

The prime directive for health care providers is to know enough to help our patients. Experience is a great teacher, but we often get so busy with our practice that we fail to extract the "lessons learned" from our experiences. Wouldn't it be great if there were a place where our lessons learned could be incorporated with those from other practitioners, and mixed with the latest from academia. In short, if we could go back to school. The University of Edinburgh is just such a place, and it is available right on your desk through an interactive online learning environment.

The program is based on the globally accepted IASP curriculum for pain management, organized by leading academics, and presented by an extraordinary team. The outstanding level of support enables a highly interactive educational experience that exploits both the wide-ranging experience and education of its worldwide student base, and the inherent strengths of an internationally renowned university. The result is an invaluable opportunity to explore one of medicine's most complex and dynamic fields. The content of the program is immediately and beneficially
applicable to the daily practice of all of the multidisciplinary disciplines that comprise comprehensive pain management. Far and away the most valuable and enjoyable of my 18 years of post-graduate training.


Msc in Pain Management graduate

I have found this course very exciting. The mixture of discussion and case studies made the learning very effective. The course is very flexible. I have been able to learn at a time that suits me. As the course is very intense, time management is paramount. There are a number of professionals on the course from diverse backgrounds and I have learned from my peers also.

The Pain Management course is inspiring and, in my opinion, how learning should be - student centred.


MSc in Pain Management graduate

Wouldn't it be great if there were a place where our lessons learned could be incorporated with those from other practitioners, and mixed with the latest from academia. The University of Edinburgh is just such a place, and it is available right on your desk through an interactive online learning environment.


MSc in Pain Management graduate

The content of the programme is immediately and beneficially applicable to the daily practice of all of the multidisciplinary disciplines that comprise comprehensive pain management. Far and away the most valuable and enjoyable of my 18 years of post-graduate training.


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