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Poor mental health affects a wide range of factors including our physical health, our relationships and our desire to take part in the world around us.
Research highlights that poor mental health is an inevitable consequence of inequalities, adverse childhood experiences and trauma. How can we best respond to people whose lives are most affected by these factors? What are the key challenges faced by mental health service users and service providers?
The MSc in Mental Health will provide structured learning to support the development of informed, inclusive and skilled practitioners and researchers. The course covers current issues in mental health provision both in the UK and in a wider international context.
You will benefit from an exciting and challenging
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You should normally hold a good honours degree at 2.2 or above, which is defined as a first class or second class honours degree, in a relevant subject discipline. See further entry requirements for alternative entry criteria
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Canterbury Christ Church University is a modern, multi-campus University offering higher and professional education. It was established in 1962 and is a Church of England Foundation University, welcoming all faiths and none. Today, the University continues to shape courses and research around critical social issues, the latest industry developments and public service need.Read more
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