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The School of Health Sciences is an important provider of health education at all academic levels, and provides a wide range of post-registration postgraduate courses and modules.
Its strengths lie in providing high-quality teaching and research with a strong professional and applied focus. The school prides itself on creating a school environment that is supportive and enjoyable for all students and teachers.
Post-registration postgraduate courses are part of the Graduate Programme in Health and Social Science (GPHSS). This means that, as well as the core modules on the course, students will also have access to around 100 additional optional modules from the Graduate Programme. The GPHSS encourages interdisciplinary learning, so as well as offering modules relating to allied health professions, there are modules relating to nursing, midwifery and social science. Its flexibility and breadth of choice means that students are able to choose a programme of study that accurately reflects both their own continuing professional development needs and those of the workplace.
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Our Advanced Clinical Practice MSc offers an exciting opportunity to become an Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP). This course is open to experienced registered healthcare professionals wishing to advance their career at masters level. Read more
The Health Research MRes is based in the vibrant research environment of the School of Health Sciences and provides extensive health research training for professionals working in a health environment. Read more
This course (previously known as Health Through Occupation) gives you license to register and practice as an occupational therapist with the Health and… Read more