This programme aims to develop your interest in translational cardiovascular research and medicine and equip you with an enhanced knowledge, understanding and critical awareness of the current approaches and emerging research in this area. The programme, which is delivered by clinicians and scientists, provides a firm theoretical grounding in the basic scientific principles and clinical applications of translational cardiovascular medicine, and will help you to develop essential skills and prepare for employment or a further higher degree in this field. In addition, you will be introduced to key practical techniques employed in this field.
The programme is designed to appeal to a wide range of students, including scientists and clinicians. Students have the option to study by distance learning or on campus. For distance learning students two-week residential workshops will be held in Bristol, comprising lectures and seminars as well as journal clubs, practical sessions, visits to clinical sessions and assessments. Campus-based students will attend lectures, seminars, journal clubs, visits to clinical sessions, tutorials and practicals in Bristol. Each module will comprise tutorials and lectures plus essays and assessments.
Core units -Generic Laboratory Skills -Clinical Trials and Statistics -Coronary Artery Disease I -Coronary Artery Disease II -Heart and Valve Disease -Paediatric Heart Disease -Aneurysm, Peripheral Vascular Disease and Stroke
Research project This can either be a 'wet' (based in Bristol) or a 'dry' (remote) project of an appropriate area of study. It will be presented both in written form and orally with a mini presentation.
Our MSc programme is suitable for a wide range of students: basic scientists, clinicians, and allied health professionals (eg radiologists, perfusionists, cardiac nurses). The course may enable students to go on to apply for a PhD, or become an allied health professional. In addition, it should enable students to progress in their current careers.
An upper second-class (or, possibly, a lower second-class) honours degree in a science or medicine-related subject. Basic computer skills, including word-processing and email. Access to a computer with internet (preferably broadband) access for the duration of the programme.
Recipient: University of Bristol
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