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Course content

These courses meet the needs of doctors and other senior health and environmental colleagues in delivering and managing the public health and/or environmental agenda. Participants gain an understanding of public health issues and the various roles of all the professionals involved in both the statutory and non-statutory sectors.

Course structure
Integrated within the university's health and social science graduate programme, the courses utilise a variety of teaching and learning techniques, including drawing on the work experience of participants. It provides valuable cross-disciplinary experience through common modules shared with other courses in the scheme. Most courses are delivered intensively over one week.

Areas of study
Study includes the techniques required to undertake epidemiological studies, approaches to environmental impact on health matters, mechanisms of partnership working, and wider issues relating to the health of the population.

There are three core modules - Public Health: Meeting the Challenges, Research Methods and Critical Appraisal, and Epidemiology. Each module requires three separate full-time working weeks.

Students may register for the MSc Public Health or MSc Public Health and Management award and will study either a 12,000 or 16,000 word dissertation dependent on module choices. A wide choice of additional options, including management options, may include modules from other schools and faculties.

Core Syllabus:
Public Health: Meeting the Challenges
Research Methods and Critical Appraisal

Public Health Options include:
Health Protection
Essential Statistics in Health and Medical Research
Nutrition in Public Health
Global Health Principles
Global Health Burden
Qualitative Research Methodology
Social Marketing
Global Health Promotion
Evidence Based Practice

Public Health Management Options include:
Knowledge Management for Commissioners and Service Leaders
Leadership for Health and Care Professionals
Health Care Research Management
Commissioning, Strategy and Practice
Leading and Transforming Services
Clinical Commissioning for Quality Care
Organisations, Partnerships and Networks
Service Planning
Managing Change
Managing Finance in the Public Sector
Managing People in the Public Services
Strategy and Planning in the Public and Voluntary Sectors
Quality and Care
Social Marketing

Career and progression opportunities
The courses provide a strong platform for professional development and enhanced career progression. They also open opportunities for research at PhD and MPhil level.

Visit the Public Health MSc (PGCert PGDip) page on the University of Brighton website for more details!




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