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Course content

This course aims to inform and equip the practitioner with the necessary skills to function in a modern biomedical/clinical environment specialising in caring for the diabetes patient. It will be relevant to researchers, day-to-day NHS hospital and general practice.

Why Study Diabetes with us?

Our course is delivered by a research-active group of academic staff, supplemented by clinicians and biomedical scientists. You will receive training in research skills required in the interpretation of the literature and translating that into evidence based practice.

The course is mapped to The Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board Speciality Training Curriculum for Endocrinology and Diabetes Mellitus.

If research is your interest, successful completion of the MSc will allow you to register onto one of our PhD courses.

What will I learn?

Our course investigates in detail the different types of diabetes and various complications. You will review current guidelines and their evidence base in the therapeutic management of diabetes, and explore potential new therapies.

Seminars and tutorials will be held with various healthcare professionals and clinical researchers. You will also attend diabetes clinics in one of our partner hospital trusts.

How will I be taught?

Modules are delivered as three-day intensive courses to facilitate attendance from students in employment. Weekly support sessions and journal club supplement learning – all held in our modern facilities in Bache Hall on the Countess of Chester Hospital Campus.
Total contact hours for the whole course are 360 hours, out of a total study time of 1,800 hours.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed via coursework, which may focus on case studies, clinical reviews, laboratory reports, posters or oral presentations.

The course culminates in the Research Dissertation, which is assessed through your production of two publishable scientific articles.

Visit the Diabetes page on the University of Chester website for more details!





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