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  Delivering Precision Health Care Using Genomics: Understanding Organisational Readiness within the National Health Service (NHS)


University of South Wales    Faculty of Life Sciences and Education

Full time October MRes See website
Biological Sciences (4)

About the course

Genomics offers better diagnoses for patients, improved and safer treatments, opportunities for screening, and possibilities for disease prevention and health promotion across populations. Integrating genomic testing into health services is a challenge that many countries and organisations are currently tackling. Some countries are doing this at pace and the UK is one that is helping to lead the way. However, implementation and integration require consideration of, and co-ordinated action across many areas including: workforce education and training, professional practice, infrastructure and resources and requires leadership at all levels. Currently, little is known about the organisational factors that could block or accelerate genomics integration.

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Entry Requirements

• Hold a relevant undergraduate degree* (2:1 or higher) or appropriate, relevant qualifications / experience regarded by the University as equivalent
• Be highly self-motivated, with a capacity to learn and develop new research skills
• Ideally, have a sound grasp of qualitative research methods
• Be able to work independently with support and guidance from supervision team
• Have well-developed interpersonal skills for collaborative work
• Have an ability to produce reports and communicate findings for both academic and lay audiences
• Be UK-resident.




Fees

The studentship includes a stipend of £18,622 per annum for one year (or part-time equivalent) and fees at the UK home student rate plus research costs.

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