On practice, in practice. The Research in Health Professions Education (RiHPE) programme at Swansea is comprised of two supported research degrees, which give candidates full training in research methods and then the opportunity to complete a short research project (M.Res) or to conduct detailed doctorate-level research (D.Prof). Candidates on the Research in Health Professions Education (RiHPE) programme will normally be undertaking research in their place of practice, on topics that are directly relevant to their roles as educators and healthcare professionals. All candidates will be given full face-to-face training on the theory, planning and practice of research before undertaking their research dissertation. The Research in Health Professions Education (RiHPE) programme is suitable for anyone who wishes to undertake rigorous, practice-focused research into the education of health professionals. This may include doctors, nurses, allied health staff, academic educators, social care professionals and psychologists. Trainees are also welcome.
Supported programme of research in education for the health professions, featuring:
Full training and support in a broad range of research methods Emphasis is research-on-practice, meaning research can be conducted in your place of work Focused, taught analysis of the evidence base for current practice in health professions education Supported development of a research proposal, including literature review, methodological approaches and ethical approval Support from an outstanding community of experienced researchers to address specific training and research needs Use of an experienced Supervisory Team approach to ensure broad support across a range of needs
These degrees in Research in Health Professions Education (RiHPE) combine an initial, modular, taught element with supervised research to the Masters (M.Res) or Doctoral (D.Prof) level. Candidates undertake three face-to-face taught modules which cover research methods, critical appraisal, and the application of those concepts to the education of healthcare professionals. D.Prof candidates also undertake a parallel 60 credit portfolio, in which they develop their research proposal, identify and address training needs and complete a reflective analysis of the likely impact of their proposed research on their field and on them as practitioners and individuals.
Admission to either M.Res or D.Prof Research in Health Professions Education (RiHPE) will normally require at least a 2:1 honours degree in an appropriate subject. Most applicants will have an equivalent qualification in an area of professional practice (e.g. B.Sc Nursing, MBBCh etc).Applicants who have already completed masters-level taught modules with outcomes that are significantly similar to those in the taught phase of the programme may be allowed to APeL those credits into Phase 1.English language requirement: IELTS Score 6.5/TOEFL 570.
Recipient: Swansea University
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