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Critically challenge common perceptions of dementia as a diagnosis solely of loss and despair. Focus on human rights, dignity and care provision. Learn what it means to live well with dementia.
Dementia is a condition which is taking centre stage in all our lives but continues to be understood primarily as one of deficit and dysfunction.
Taking a person-centred approach, informed by experiences of people with dementia, their families and supporters, this multi-disciplinary masters degree critically challenges common perceptions of dementia as a diagnosis solely of loss and despair.
Taught by experts and focusing on a human rights approach, you will learn how to maintain the wellbeing and dignity of people living with dementia, while promoting the philosophy and practice of
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- A minimum 2.2 Honours degree or international equivalent in a related subject (such as nursing, social work, psychology, occupational therapy, or similar)
- Equivalent professional qualifications (such as a Diploma in Nursing) will be considered
- CV including a current professional or voluntary role which requires regular direct contact with people with dementia
- Two references, one of which must be an academic reference
- An IELTS 6.0 score (with minimum 5.5 in each skill) if your first language isn't English.
Applicants without the required formal qualifications, but with significant relevant experience, are also encouraged to apply.
We know that choosing where to pursue your postgraduate studies is a life-shaping decision. At the University of Hull, we believe that we have the perfect combination of heritage and high technology, in an inspiring and nurturing academic community, to help you truly flourish.Read more
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