Duration: 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time (there is usually no viva examination)
Ideal for those seeking research training for progressing to a PhD. For professionals working in a clinical setting, this degree can provide the support you need to: -Undertake research that will improve your health care practice. -Understand your patients' needs better, improve their health outcomes and your decision-making, change care pathways and improve service organisation. -Enable others to learn from you.
If you enjoy the research and make excellent progress, it is possible to convert to studying for a PhD.
Other admission requirements
-Candidates should submit their full CV. -Candidates should submit 3 - 8 publications for consideration. -Submission should include further contextual information regarding the publications, including, but not limited to, the profile of journals that articles have been published in, the number of citations, and their significance to the field.
-The relevant Divisional Academic Lead for Research Degrees will initially consider the submission. The Academic Lead will appoint an Academic Advisor (supervisor) to provide guidance to the candidate on the presentation of the published work. -The Academic Advisor (supervisor) will assess the papers and use their judgement to decide whether an interview is required. If an interview is necessary, the Academic Advisor and Academic Lead should form part of the interview panel. The Academic Advisor and Academic Lead will decide whether to accept the student. -Be accompanied by a statement by the proposed Academic Advisor, outlining the candidate's suitability for admission to a PhD programme and any further relevant details regarding the candidate including their employment (current or past), area of expertise and profile within their discipline/field of research. -The submission will then be considered by the Chair of the Graduate Studies Committee of the Board of the Faculty of Medicine. If the Chair of the relevant Faculty Board is of the view that the Works are of the appropriate standard, they will make a recommendation to the Chair of the Board of Graduate Studies that the candidate be admitted to the PhD. -An offer can only be made once the Chair of the Board of Graduate Studies has given his/her approval following consideration of the aforementioned recommendation.
Candidates must apply using the standard online Postgraduate Application form and state clearly that they wish to be considered for the PhD by Published Works. See course description for further admission details.
Recipient: University of Warwick
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