The course offers you the opportunity to enhance the skills of critical enquiry and gain an appreciation of the underlying theory, research and policy guiding current rehabilitation practice.
Suitable for all practitioners working in health and social care like nurses, doctors, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, social workers and speech and language therapists. Previous cohorts have included an interdisciplinary mix of practitioners working in both general and specialist areas of rehabilitation in community, intermediate care, acute, independent sector and local authorities, both in the UK and overseas.
Students can study the full MSc or can opt to study individual modules.
This programme is awarded by St George's, University of London and delivered by the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, a partnership between Kingston University and St George's.
-Shared campus with one of the largest teaching hospitals in the UK -Led by a team of senior academics and advanced practitioners in rehabilitation -Interprofessional education: Shared learning alongside all other MSc postgraduate courses and both pre and post registration students -You will undertake and present a research project based on your chosen specialism -Careers advice embedded into our teaching
“The course was great and I especially liked the format of assessments. There were no written examinations and the assessments were through researched essays which provided an opportunity to have a deeper understanding of the subject matter.
The course has opened up opportunities for me within my organisation and now I feel I have skills and confidence to complete with anyone else for higher positions. The course has also given me a boast to my self confidence and I would recommend it to my colleagues.”
Applicants should normally have, or be expected to achieve, a minimum second class degree (2.2) as a health or social care professional.
01 August 2017
Recipient: Kingston University
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