An in-depth understanding of the educational principles applicable to a variety of settings and underlying good practice in medical education. Topics include learning theory, assessment theory, practical issues in teaching, and professionalism in medial education. You will also gain the research skills to continue to extend these over the course of their professional life.
Course Structure MSc - 8 Taught modules (15 credits per module) plus 1 Dissertation (60 Credit points). All taught modules are timetabled for Michaelmas & Epiphany. Dissertation is timetabled during Easter & Summer term.
From Theory to Practice in Clinical Education Professionalism in Medical Education Assessment Theory and Practice Systems for Health Care Leadership, Change Management and Decision Making in the Health System Quantitative Health Research Methods Qualitative Health Research Methods Dissertation.
Management of Health Organisations Current Issues in Care Design and Delivery Evidence Based Practice Public Policy, Health, and Health Inequalities Health Economics Research Management and Governance Knowledge Exchange and Evidence in Well-being and Health Improvement Sexualities: Health, Cultures and Histories
2.1 Hons degree or international equivalent OR professional qualification or two years relevant work-based experience.A pass at Grade C or above in mathematics at GCSE level or equivalent is also required.Applicants without a degree will be required to demonstrate sufficient academic capability to satisfactorily complete their programme. This may entail submission of a portfolio of work or a 2,000 word essay on a nominated topic. Students without a Grade C pass at GCSE level or equivalent may be required to complete a mathematical exercise.
Recipient: Durham University
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