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University of Central Lancashire, Full Time Masters Degrees in Medicine

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Want to be a leader in Sports Medicine who engages with evidence-based practice to deliver safe and effective care to those engaging in sport and physical… Read more
Want to be a leader in Sports Medicine who engages with evidence-based practice to deliver safe and effective care to those engaging in sport and physical activity? The MSc Sports Medicine includes a contemporary collection of modules which offers options to suit General Practitioners, Physiotherapists, Sports Therapists and Sports Rehabilitators - enabling them to develop advanced clinical reasoning skills. This flexible course has been developed with feedback from clinical partners and alumni. Optional modules include Injection Therapy or Developing Strength; two modules unique to our course which will allow you to develop specialist skills to enhance your role as a Sports Medicine professional.

You’ll be taught by staff and researchers who have worked in the field of Sports Medicine from grass roots sports to National team level. Lecturers from Medicine, Physiotherapy, Sports Therapy and Sport, Exercise and Nutritional Sciences will work concurrently to deliver modules making the most from each of the speciality disciplines.

You’ll have access to facilities from the School of Medicine, the divisions of Health & Sports Sciences as well as the Sir Tom Finney Sports Centre and the UCLan Sports Arena.

DBS CHECKS

This course will involve access to children and/or vulnerable adults. You will be required to obtain a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service clearance (formerly termed CRB) and we will guide you through this process.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT

Many modules will have classroom sessions supported with online learning material. Your module tutors will guide you as to the preparation required for teaching sessions and whilst they will sometimes give specific guidance, at master’s level it is expected that you take some initiative to read around the session topic so that you can contribute to classroom discussions. The emphasis will be on problem - based learning where a student will be facilitated to engage in deep learning and enquiry. Blackboard, our online learning platform, will be used to support this process.

All the staff teaching on the course are experienced clinicians and have many years of experience in education. Each staff member is delivering modules within their area of expertise and so you can be sure that you are being taught by staff who are at the forefront of their field. All staff are involved in research within their clinical and/or academic field, and where it is relevant to the module you are studying, the research will be shared with you. In some modules we also bring in experienced, practising clinicians with current expertise in an aspect of the module; this enables us to blend academic expertise, clinical knowledge and current clinical experience and to give you access to people who are able to ensure that your learning experience enables you to meet the demands of the current clinical environment.

OPPORTUNITIES

On completion of the course you will have the necessary skills to pursue a career in Sports Medicine. You will also have developed valuable research skills that will allow you to continue with your education. After completing the degree, students will be encouraged not only to consider a position in Sports Medicine but to also consider further educational opportunities such as progressing on to a PhD or Professional Doctorate pathway. The course team will be happy to discuss and advise you on these further progression opportunities.

FURTHER INFORMATION

Whether you are currently working in sport or aspire to work in sport at any level, the course will enhance your skills in assessment, management and rehabilitation of sports injuries and common medical conditions. As a student studying Sports Medicine you will also learn essential skills for health & injury screening assisting in prevention of injury and safe participation in sport. You will learn advanced trauma management skills enabling you to feel confident in working with a team, an individual athlete or in populations with common medical conditions. This will be supported by a member of the Medical School who has worked as a Consultant and Lecturer in Emergency Medicine and instructed on both the European Trauma and the FA AREA course.

The programme can be studied full-time over 1 year or part-time over 2-5 years. If you wish to discuss the flexible part-time study options, please contact the course leader.

A tuition fee discount applies for UCLan alumni.

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MSc Nutrition and Food Sciences is targeted at students who have studied the core disciplines of nutrition and food science related to health and wellness. Read more
MSc Nutrition and Food Sciences is targeted at students who have studied the core disciplines of nutrition and food science related to health and wellness. This course is highly relevant as there is a need for high quality postgraduate Nutritional and Food Scientists that will serve the North West and the current epidemic of nutrition-related health problems (Obesity, Cardiovascular Disease, Type 2 Diabetes, and Cancer). It is recognised that good nutrition and a healthy balanced diet are important to health. An in depth understanding of nutrition is inextricably linked to the foods consumed and underpinned by an understanding of the science behind food production, processing and safety.

INDUSTRY LINKS

Our courses draw upon a broad base of knowledge and skills across health, science and social sciences within UCLan and links with organisations outside of the university, including the food industry, regional and international charities, environmental health and the NHS.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT

Learning and assessment is via a combination of case studies, presentations, research reports, critical reviews and a research dissertation.

FURTHER INFORMATION

This postgraduate course in Nutrition and Food Sciences consists of core modules in advanced human nutrition and applied food sciences as well as advanced research methods and a research project. A choice of options allows for specialism in nutrition and food law.

MSc Nutrition and Food Science requires you take nine modules in total, all at Level 7. The modules will be taken through a combination of single semester and double semester delivery. The triple research project module will be undertaken during Semesters 2 and 3.

OPPORTUNITIES

With an increasing importance placed on the preventative medicine sectors and emphasis on the food industry to develop novel and innovative products high quality postgraduate Nutrition and Food Scientists are needed in the UK to serve the current climate of increasing non-communicable nutrition-related health problems (Obesity, Cardiovascular Disease, Type 2 Diabetes, and Cancer) and the increase in consumption of functional foods. From an international perspective postgraduates from this course will also learn to appreciate the nutritional challenges in developing countries. Access to physiology and biochemistry labs, food industry field trips and engagement with Internationally recognized Professors in Nutrition and Food Safety are some of the experiences on offer to students on this course.

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The course is delivered by e-learning and is therefore potentially accessible to homeopaths in all parts of the world. It utilises www(web) technology to deliver multimedia teaching materials and includes live interactive sessions on a regular basis. Read more
The course is delivered by e-learning and is therefore potentially accessible to homeopaths in all parts of the world. It utilises www(web) technology to deliver multimedia teaching materials and includes live interactive sessions on a regular basis. On-line activities are supported by e-mail contact with tutors and peer groups, message boarding, and scheduled live personal tutorials.

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intended to promote. - Exploration and evaluation of issues and application of appropriate principles, diagnosis and mangagement of headache in a primary care setting. Read more
intended to promote:
- Exploration and evaluation of issues and application of appropriate principles, diagnosis and mangagement of headache in a primary care setting.
- Exploration and evaluation of the treatments of differing types of headaches in the primary care setting.
- Independant critical exploration into an aspect within professional practice for the purpose of enhancing or further developing the management of headache in Primary Care.

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Specialising in sport and exercise physiology provides the scientific backup for training and performance and health and wellness intervention. Read more
Specialising in sport and exercise physiology provides the scientific backup for training and performance and health and wellness intervention. This innovative master’s programme allows the application of physiological principles via both a research and practitioner based context. You will develop your skills in both research and consultancy allied to an expert appreciation of advanced testing techniques. This course is targeted at students of sport and exercise sciences who wish to develop vocational skills in a truly applied context. It consists of a compulsory element outlining research methods, ethics and practices, advanced methodologies and a research project. This is supplemented by a choice of two optional study modules. Learning and assessment is via a combination of coursework, presentations, research reports and critical reviews.

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Specialising in sport and exercise biomechanics provides the scientific backup for training and performance and health and wellness intervention. Read more
Specialising in sport and exercise biomechanics provides the scientific backup for training and performance and health and wellness intervention. Students undertaking this course will develop their skills in using advanced biomechanical measurement methods. This innovative master’s programme allows the application of biomechanical principles via both a research and practitioner-based context. This course is targeted at students of sport and exercise sciences who wish to develop their vocational skills in a truly applied context. It consists of a compulsory element outlining research methods, ethics and practices, advanced methodologies and a research project. This is supplemented by a choice of two optional study modules. Learning and assessment is via a combination of coursework, presentations, research reports and critical reviews.

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The School is equipped with a range of state-of-the-art equipment, which would help provide relevant practical experience for the students. Read more
The School is equipped with a range of state-of-the-art equipment, which would help provide relevant practical experience for the students. Therefore the course aims to help students develop the necessary knowledge and practical skills to work in various areas within the pharmaceutical industry, including formulation, regulatory, and analytical services. Students will have a holistic view on the drug development process and be able to solve common pharmaceutical problems by critically evaluating and discussing the scientific literature.

The course is offered on a one year full-time basis, taught over three terms. It includes six taught modules in the first two terms in which all lecture material will be provided on our VLE to enable access.

INDUSTRY LINKS

GSK, Quay Pharma, Rosemont Pharmaceuticals Ltd. and MHRA etc.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT

The MSc programme is delivered not only via the conventional means of face-to-face lectures, workshops, tutorials and seminars, but the use of online technologies such as videos and discussion forum would also help integrate students’ learning into their normal daily activities.

Practical classes, problem-based-learning exercises related to industrial challenges and reflective activities throughout the course would also help develop students’ ability to solve pharmaceutical problems practically and provide students an opportunity to apply their knowledge into practice, particularly in relation to the need for appropriate formulation design and development, and how these factors affect clinical outcomes in practice.

A variety of assessment methods will be used for this MSc course, including essays, oral presentations, posters, written examinations and laboratory reports.

OPPORTUNITIES

Students on the course have opportunities to visit our industrial collaborators who specialise in liquid and solid dosage forms, which aim to provide an insight to students about the pharmaceutical industry and the various roles available in industry. Guest lectures and workshops provided at UCLan from the pharmaceutical industry and regulatory bodies also supplement the various modules studied in the course.

Graduate careers include: formulation scientist, PhD research student, and quality control technician.

Graduates may apply for further PhD study at UCLan or other institutions following completion of the MSc Programme. Alternatively, graduates aim to find jobs in the pharmaceutical industry as a formulation scientist, regulatory affairs officer and other roles in industry.

Eligible students may also be able to conduct their MSc research project in collaboration with an industrial partner in semester 3 as part of their MSc studies. This could be in the UK or overseas, subject to availability and agreement with the industrial organisation.

FACILITIES

The specifically designed Pharmaceutical Sciences laboratories have excellent facilities to carry out teaching and research in pharmaceutical sciences. For example, a single-punch tablet press and powder encapsulation equipment help provide practical experience of small scale solid dosage form manufacturing. Other specialist equipment such as coating and spray drying instrument also help enhance students’ learning experience at the University. The characterisation of various dosage forms in accordance to the BP or USP methods can also be carried out using dissolution, disintegration, friability testers etc.

Various advanced drug delivery devices for pulmonary, oral and transdermal applications are also available for both teaching and research at the School. Students would also be able to use the superb analytical instrument available at the University for their practical classes and research project.

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Our innovative MSc Physiotherapy Professional Practice provides qualified Physiotherapists with a chance to study full-time or part-time, tailoring the course to their areas of clinical interest, whilst developing key clinical skills and enhancing employability, through modules which may include placements and other CPD opportunities. Read more
Our innovative MSc Physiotherapy Professional Practice provides qualified Physiotherapists with a chance to study full-time or part-time, tailoring the course to their areas of clinical interest, whilst developing key clinical skills and enhancing employability, through modules which may include placements and other CPD opportunities. This programme focuses on contemporary clinical practice with a strong emphasis on understanding the evidence base and working with other Health Professionals, to ensure an optimal outcome for patients and practitioners. There are 3 core modules which develop skills in critical enquiry, measurement and reporting of clinical outcomes, the remainder of your study is flexible. Teaching is delivered in blocks of study days interspersed with time for independent study. To accompany the study days, extensive use of the University's Blackboard Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) allows you to work at a time and a location which is best for you.

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MSc Forensic Toxicology combines aspects of analytical chemistry, biochemistry and pharmacology that are crucial to the role of the drugs chemist working within a toxicological environment. Read more
MSc Forensic Toxicology combines aspects of analytical chemistry, biochemistry and pharmacology that are crucial to the role of the drugs chemist working within a toxicological environment. While the primary focus of this course will be drugs of abuse, the underpinning science and methodologies are equally relevant to a toxicologist analytical chemist working in the pharmaceutical or other related industries.

As a Forensic Toxicologist you may be called to provide evidence in a court of law, training in this important aspect is provided through an Expert Witness module which includes a moot court presentation. In addition to acquiring a sound theoretical understanding of the subject area there is a strong emphasis on developing practical skills throughout the course.

This cumulates in a 60 credit project whereby students have the opportunity to specialise in various areas of drugs toxicology. This course will appeal to graduates from a wide range of disciplines including forensic science, chemistry, biology and other related disciplines.

PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION

We will be seeking accreditation from the Royal Society of Chemistry.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT

Computing Facilities are available in the general computing suites found within the building and throughout campus. Extensive Resources are available to support your studies provided by Learning & Information Services (LIS) – library and IT staff. You are advised to take advantage of the free training sessions designed to enable you to gain all the skills you need for your research and study.

LIS provide access to a huge range of electronic resources – e-journals and databases, e-books, images and texts.

Course and module materials are not provided in ‘hard copy’ format, however, wherever practicable, lecture notes and/or presentations, seminar materials, assignment briefs and materials and other relevant information and resources are made available in electronic form via eLearn. This is the brand name for the on-line Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) that the University uses to support and enhance teaching and learning.

All students can access the eLearn spaces for the course and modules that they are registered for. Once logged into your eLearn area you can access material from the course and all of the modules you are studying without having to log in to each module separately.

The modules are assessed by both coursework and examination. To ensure that you do not have an excessive amount of assessment at any one time, the coursework assessment will take place uniformly throughout the course.

OPPORTUNITIES

The course is designed to equip students with the skills, knowledge and understanding to work in forensic toxicology, toxicology and other areas of chemical analysis.

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This multidisciplinary programme provides the opportunity to study with internationally and nationally renowned leaders in the field of cancer research and service provision. Read more
This multidisciplinary programme provides the opportunity to study with internationally and nationally renowned leaders in the field of cancer research and service provision. It is aimed at those involved in providing cancer services, or whose role involves supporting patients with cancer, across health, social care and the third sectors. Students are likely to include professionals in NHS Trusts, Networks, commissioning groups, social care, independent services and third sector groups who wish to continue advanced education and training to deliver flexible and effective services, and to continue to develop the evidence base for practice.

Previous speakers include Professor Tom Hack from the University of Manitoba, Canada, Professor Mei Krishnasamy from the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and University of Melbourne, Australia and Professor Glynn Owens from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT

A range of assessment methods are used in the course, including essays, portfolio development, short answer questions, presentations, and dissertation or project report. All assessment methods will enable you to demonstrate your ability to analyse and reflect upon current issues in the organisation and provision of cancer services.

OPPORTUNITIES

Students on the course have developed their careers, achieving specialist posts within their clinical areas and continuing their role development.

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The course aims to promote the evolution of an adaptable, reflexive and responsive practitioner who promotes the highest standards of client health care. Read more
The course aims to promote the evolution of an adaptable, reflexive and responsive practitioner who promotes the highest standards of client health care. The course incorporates the key principles of specialist practice within the domains of clinical practice; care and programme management; clinical practice development and clinical practice leadership. The course comprises of 50% theory and 50% practice. Assessment methods vary and include: examinations, essays, presentations, business report, and practice assessment.

DBS CHECKS

Throughout this course you will be working with vulnerable groups of individuals including children. In order to ensure that the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing offers places on their programmes to the most suitable candidates you will all be required to obtain a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service clearance (formerly termed CRB). The Faculty of Health and Wellbeing will be able to guide you through this process once you have been successfully offered a conditional place at the University. It is important to note that any unsatisfactory Enhanced DBS clearance may result in the offer of your place being withdrawn even if you have already started your course.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT

The curriculum design facilitates development of a wide range of learning experiences to encourage lifelong, independent learning. These approaches include reflection, critical reading, problem-based activities, directed study, lectures, discussion groups, role play and eLearn (a virtual learning environment). Fifty per cent of learning will take place within a practice placement.

Various modes of assessment are included within the programme. These include assignment essays, case studies, written and oral examinations.

FURTHER INFORMATION

The aim of this course is to prepare and develop registered nurses and midwives to meet the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) professional standards for specialist community practitioner (General Practice Nursing or Community Children's Nursing or Nursing in the Home) (UKCC 2001) and the 'Standards for Approval of Higher Education Institutions and Programmes' (ENB 1997). These standards have been accepted by the Nursing and Midwifery Council from April 2002.

The course is available full-time over 40 weeks or it can be accessed as a part-time course over two years. The course will be delivered at the main university campus site in Preston, but fifty per cent of learning will take place within a practice placement.

The course incorporates the key principles of specialist practice and is grouped into four domains:
-Clinical Practice
-Care and Programme Management
-Clinical Practice Development
-Clinical Practice Leadership

This course meets the following core Knowledge Skills Framework (KSF) dimensions:
-Communication
-Personal and People Development
-Health Safety and Security
-Service Improvement
-Quality
-Equality and Diversity

In addition individual pathways will meet a number of elements within the following specific dimensions, for example:
-Health and Wellbeing
-Information and Knowledge

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On this programme you’ll critically evaluate contemporary thinking and its impact upon sexual health knowledge and practice. Read more
On this programme you’ll critically evaluate contemporary thinking and its impact upon sexual health knowledge and practice. Compulsory modules explore and evaluate the specific knowledge and skills required for the study of sexual health studies at Master’s level, evaluating underpinning philosophies and relationships which influence evidence-based practice, within sexual health and covering critical thinking, moral reasoning, professionalism and skills development. Optional modules are available providing you with choice and flexibility to meet individual practice and professional needs. The clinical modules on this course have been specifically designed to enable first level NMC Registered Practitioners to prepare to be able to undertake further professional qualifications including the Nurse Diploma from the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Health (NDFSRH) and the British Association for Sexual Health & HIV STIF Competencies.

DBS CHECKS

This course will involve access to children and/or vulnerable adults. You will be required to obtain a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service clearance (formerly termed CRB) and we will guide you through this process.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT

The course has a blended delivery both in the classroom and via elearning; therefore potentially accessible to students in all parts of the world. It utilises web technology to deliver multimedia teaching materials and includes live interactive sessions on a regular basis. Online activities are supported by email contact with tutors and peer groups, message boarding and scheduled live personal tutorials.

The course will be conducted in spoken and written English. It offers postgraduate education for career development and continuing professional development.

Depending on choice of optional modules, assessment will include: essays, critical reflective account, written reports, project work, presentation of research proposal, oral presentations, clinical competency documentation, case studies, development of teaching materials, summary of recommendations for clinical practice, and a dissertation of 15,000 words.

FURTHER INFORMATION

The course is composed of modules of learning that, where possible, allow for individual choice and flexibility in learning. The MSc Sexual Health Studies programme is delivered on a part-time and full-time basis divided into nine modules.

Compulsory modules are designed within the programme to provide a core for the exploration and critical evaluation of the specific knowledge and skills required for the study of Sexual Health Studies at Master's level. Key theoretical concepts will include:
-A critical examination and evaluation of the knowledgebase and critical thinking that informs contemporary sexual health practice
-Evaluating underpinning philosophies and relationships which influence evidence-based practice, within sexual health
-Critical examination of the basis of knowledge and critical thinking that informs sexual health practice from a global perspective
-Moral reasoning as a critical thinking tool
-Professionalism and challenges to role and service development within the current political context of sexual health provision
-Skill development within the research process

Option modules may be selected from a range of modules at Level 7. These aim to provide choice and flexibility enabling students to meet individual practice and professional needs. Within the MSc Sexual Health Studies programme, students may be from a clinical or non-clinical background and may be employed within the NHS or alternative organisations.

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The Advanced Certificate Mentoring in Dental Practice is intended for dental professionals who wish to undertake the role of mentor in the dental environment. Read more
The Advanced Certificate Mentoring in Dental Practice is intended for dental professionals who wish to undertake the role of mentor in the dental environment. The aim of the course is to equip members of the dental team to fulfil the role of mentor with colleagues who require support to fulfil the requirements of professional practice in Dental care or who have been the subject of Fitness to Practice review.

FURTHER INFORMATION

Mentoring in Dental Practice is a double module (40 credits) at postgraduate level which combines: a one day access course “Supporting learning” for would be mentors who do not have a teaching qualification (not required for those who have a teaching qualification), a series of five day-long taught and interactive workshops spread over a 12 week period for all participants, a supportive programme of e-learning activities and resources.

The course will address issues including:
-Best practice in mentorship: reviewing theories and evidence
-Roles and boundaries in the mentoring relationship
-Causes of impaired performance and sources of support for mentors and mentees
-Advanced communication skills
-Legal, ethical and financial aspects of the mentoring relationship

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT

The course will involve lectures, small group discussions, presentations by course participants and simulated mentoring activity using actors and therefore participants should be willing to engage fully with these diverse educational methods. The course will be taught by both subject specialists from the University and selected guest speakers.
-A case-based report of approximately 5000 words, allowing participants to critically examine the challenges of mentoring through a specific case study and demonstrating how they would address these challenges
-A presentation of a given aspect of mentoring to the course participants and assessors.
-A demonstration of effective mentorship skills in a simulated mentoring situation

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The Postgraduate Certificate Commissioning and Dental Advising is aimed at professionals working in dentistry, who wish to develop their role as an advisor to the profession in the emerging and changing world of dentistry. Read more
The Postgraduate Certificate Commissioning and Dental Advising is aimed at professionals working in dentistry, who wish to develop their role as an advisor to the profession in the emerging and changing world of dentistry.

INDUSTRY LINKS

The Postgraduate Certificate Commissioning and Dental Advising will support dental professionals who are engaging in providing advice in dentistry.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT

The course is taught in modern well-equipped classrooms by tutors selected for their knowledge and expertise. The course team includes specialists within the dental profession and experienced academics who will provide personal tutorial support and overall course management. The University has an excellent range of electronic resources to support the course.

Each module is assessed independently, using a range of assessment techniques that are appropriate to the learning outcomes and contents of the module. Examples of assessments include case presentations, assignments and reflective logs.

FURTHER INFORMATION

The aim of the Postgraduate Certificate is to:
-To develop and support dental professionals in the role of the adviser
-To expand a critical understanding of dentistry in relation to commissioning and advice
-To provide opportunities for critical engagement with wider theories and legislation in relation to the role.
-To provide a supportive collegiate environment for their development as advisers in dentistry

Each module has individual learning outcomes and students will be supported to achieve these.

The course team have been selected for their expertise both from a dental and/or academic perspective. The course team will work collaboratively to support students throughout the taught workshops and the personal tutor will be available for additional support.

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Our MSc Clinical Research course is the only MClinRes available in the UK North West Coast and the only campus-based programme in the North West of England. Read more
Our MSc Clinical Research course is the only MClinRes available in the UK North West Coast and the only campus-based programme in the North West of England. Designed to equip health and social care practitioners with the skills to design and lead high quality clinical research, you’ll be taught by a team of internationally renowned researchers with over 15 years’ experience of successful delivery of Masters in Research programmes. Join a vibrant community of clinicians at different stages on the NIHR funded clinical academic pathway - interns, doctoral and postdoctoral students and career development fellows. Including clinical research experience, you’ll experience supported development and implementation of a strategy for developing an application for an NIHR Doctoral Training Fellowship.

DBS CHECKS

Throughout this course you will be working with vulnerable groups of individuals including children. In order to ensure that the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing offers places on their programmes to the most suitable candidates you will all be required to obtain a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service clearance (formerly termed CRB). The Faculty of Health and Wellbeing will be able to guide you through this process once you have been successfully offered a conditional place at the University. It is important to note that any unsatisfactory Enhanced DBS clearance may result in the offer of your place being withdrawn even if you have already started your course.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT

Modes of assessment have been carefully designed to facilitate transferable skills including those identified in Vitae (https://www.vitae.ac.uk/) and the Researcher Development Framework (RDF), for example academic literacy and numeracy.

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