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Quantitative skills are increasingly important in global health, allowing health organisations, such as government departments and the World Health Organisation, to identify national and international burden of disease and to target public health interventions successfully. Translating quantitative methods in epidemiology and global health from science into policy is highly important if communities are to benefit from modern scientific innovations.
Lancaster University’s MRes Global Health is designed to develop your skills in quantitative and translational research, preparing you to meet international demands for cutting edge science informing beneficial health programmes in vulnerable communities world-wide. You will be given the opportunity to gain highly sought-after skills in
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2:1 Hons degree (UK or equivalent) NB This course is also open to intercalating clinical students (veterinary, medical, dentistry).
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