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  Master of Public Health (Sexual & Reproductive Health)


Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine    Masters Programmes

Full time September MSc 1 year full time
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The Master of Public Health (Sexual & Reproductive Health) programme is designed to prepare students for leadership roles in improving sexual, reproductive, maternal, adolescent health in low-and middle-income countries. This dynamic programme offers a wide range of contemporary issues in international public health and equips graduates with key transferable knowledge and skills in epidemiology, research methods, and social science. With opportunities for experiential learning and application of evidence-based principles, students can choose to undertake a research dissertation project on a relevant topic either overseas or locally. Open to health professionals and graduates in various disciplines, this programme aims to develop resilient, effective public health leaders who can make a lasting impact on global health.

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The programme prepares students for leadership roles in improving sexual, reproductive, maternal, adolescent health (SRMNAH) in a range of settings, with a focus on population health in low-and middle-income countries. The programme provides opportunities for experiential learning and application of evidence-based principles at policy and health system levels.

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Entry Requirements

Open to health professionals and graduates in health or related disciplines. In addition, candidates with qualifications such as law, psychology, education, social work/care, finance, business management, engineering, philosophy, anthropology, sociology, history, architecture and politics/international relations are welcome, particularly if they have relevant health related experience.

Non-graduates with considerable work experience in the health sector of low or middle-income countries and evidence of continued academic development through appropriate in-service training will also be considered.

Medical students who have completed at least three years of study and wish to intercalate are also accepted onto the programme.


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Chioma Mbonu

I joined LSTM's global health course because I want to make an impact in the world by preventing and eradicating present and future health concerns that transcends national boundaries. Global health threats (such as climate change) have unavoidably been a great concern to major stakeholders, countries and international organisations & bodies, hence the importance and rising need of global health professionals.

Priscilla Ocran

My enrolment at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine for a Postgraduate Diploma in Global Health is welcoming news for me to develop my skills for research work in the health sector. I believe that by taking up this programme, my passion for research work will be sharpened and be equipped with the necessary skills to live my dream as a professional researcher to contribute positively to Global health issues

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