This course is designed for trainee orthopaedic surgeons. It has a strong emphasis on leadership, allowing you to take your clinical practice to the next level. It’ll contribute to your continuing professional development as a surgeon and prepare you for making a move to a more senior role in an orthopaedics team. This course is developed and taught by consultant surgeons and leading academics. You’ll focus on key areas, from patient and change management to clinical leadership and service development. You’ll beneit from the course’s emphasis on understanding the rationale behind patient management. We’ll help you gain the skills and attributes to evaluate and inluence practice, improve service delivery and effect positive change. We’ll work with you to develop your leadership skills and ability to think creatively, as well as your knowledge of ethical practice. And through critical evaluation and enquiry, you’ll contribute to the emerging body of evidence that underpins professional practice. As this is a blended learning course, two modules will be delivered by distance learning: Research Studies and your Major Project. Two other modules will be delivered during face-to-face teaching sessions: Applied Clinical Sciences and Patient Management in Orthopaedics and Clinical Leadership and Service Development. On successful completion of this programme, you will be awarded a Master of Surgery which entitles you to use MCh after your name. MCh is an abbreviation of Magister Chirurgiae, the Latin for Master of Surgery. Master of Surgery, rather than MCh, will appear on your certiicate.
Year one, core modules
Applied Clinical Sciences and Patient Management in Orthopaedics (60 credits) Research Studies
Year two, core modules
Clinical Leadership and Service Development (30 credits) Major Project (60 credits)
Please note that you will need to complete all of the above core modules. This course does not have any optional modules. Modules are subject to change and availability.
September 2017 International students, please check the length of your Visa application process and English Language test before application.
A recognised primary medical degree, approved by the General Medical Council and awarded by an institution listed on the Avicenna Directory for Medicine. Applicants also require two years post-registration work experience, and currently working in an orthopaedic setting.If English is not your ¬first language, you’ll need to demonstrate a standard of English language (IELTS) at level 6.5, including written English.We welcome applications from international and EU students and accept a range of international qualifications.For more details visit the university website.
For more information about fees, funding and scholarships please visit the university website.
Recipient: Anglia Ruskin University
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