The programme aims to develop evidence-based remote healthcare practitioners with specialist knowledge, skills and understanding of current issues influencing the organization, delivery and leadership of remote healthcare practice, and the challenges of expedition planning and the use of remote information sources such as telemedicine; and to equip them with the advanced skills necessary to critically analyse and synthesise a range of information in order to make safe and effective decisions in complex, unpredictable and remote situations.
Modules include (30 Masters credits):
Remote Practitioner Personal and Organisational Resilience Remote Placement Medicine Strategies for Innovation and Improvement Dissertaion Module (60 Masters credits)
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Recipient: Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine & Dentistry
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