Our innovative MSc Allied Health Practice provides qualified Allied Health Professionals with a chance to study part-time, usually alongside existing work commitments, using the course to support current work place initiatives. This programme focuses on contemporary clinical practice with a strong emphasis on understanding the evidence base, understanding health and social care policy and working with other Health Professionals, to keep the patient at the centre of care. All assessments are developed to complement and assist your working practice, and students often find it useful to use challenges from their employment as the basis for their module assessments.
MSc will take between 3-5 years part time and this course offers great flexibility, including the opportunity to use Accreditation of Prior certificated Learning (APL) to incorporate previous study at level 7 (Masters Level).
Applications are sought from individuals possessing an Honours degree in an Allied Health field or with a relevant professional qualification and practice experience e.g. Graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy. Participants will usually be practicing Allied Health Professionals, or be eligible to register on the Allied Health Professions register of the Health Professions Council; applicants who have the appropriate professional qualification and who are working towards HPC registration will be considered.
Recipient: University of Central Lancashire
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