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Clinical Rheumatology MSc


Course Description

The MSc in Clinical Rheumatology is designed for doctors who are aiming at a career in rheumatology or a related subject.

On successful completion of the two-year programme students will have demonstrated or be able to demonstrate:

Specialist knowledge, understanding and skills relevant to the practice of rheumatology, with particular respect to:
- Aetiology and pathogenesis
- Epidemiology
- Diagnosis and management of the different forms of musculoskeletal disease
- The structure and function of joints and supporting tissues in health and when diseased

Knowledge and understanding of the principles of clinical research methods including:
- Clinical trials
- The development of measurement tools
- The design and conduct of observational studies

The ability to read scientific papers critically

The knowledge and skills necessary to undertake, and write up, a piece of supervised research.

Visit the Clinical Rheumatology MSc page on the University of Manchester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Successful applicants must be medically qualified with a relevant undergraduate medical degree, and have at least two to three years of general internal medical experience post-internship. Although previous rheumatology experience is desirable, it is not essential.

Course Fees

Fee information is provided on the University of Manchester website


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