The MSc in Public Health Research provides the knowledge and skills in Health Services Research and its application in Public Health context. After completion of the MSc, students will be able to:
• Design and conduct research projects related to Public Health • Select appropriate research methods for different service questions • Apply the skills of information processing and data analysis to answer the research questions • Understand the main issues and constraints in achieving evidence-based health care and public health strategies.
Students registered for the ‘Certificate in Health Services Research’ will undertake taught courses in Health Services Research, Applied Statistics, Epidemiology, Systematic reviewing and Qualitative health research, to gain understanding of various disciplines and research methods.
On completion of the taught courses, students will be able to use these core transferable research skills to conduct an extensive six-month individual research project in a Public Health context.
All taught courses are assessed by continuous assessment, including completion of individual and group assignments. Some courses require completion of additional written examinations. The research dissertation accounts for two-thirds of the overall assessment.
We require students to have completed a health-related honours undergraduate degree with a second class degree (at least 60% or GPA 2.4/4)in a related subject eg midwifery, nursing, public health, pharmacy, medicine Applicants whose first language is not english should note that english language proficiency is also required, more information can be found at View Website
Recipient: Aberdeen University
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