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Promoting Health in Long Term Conditions - MSc

Course Description

The MSc in Promoting Health in Long-Term Conditions includes two specialist modules that focus on the related areas of Multi-Professional Approaches and Health Coaching.

It also includes three research-based modules that emphasise the development of skills that allow practitioners to critically appraise sources of evidence and apply it in order to bring about improvement within a health and social care setting.

The programme aims to provide education that meets the changing needs of health and social care professionals, in particular to demonstrate a critical awareness of a range of complex issues associated with long-term conditions and behaviour change and critically evaluate evidence in this area so as to improve practice.

Visit the Promoting Health in Long Term Conditions - MSc page on the York St John University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

You will normally have a degree or an equivalent qualification in health or social care qualifying you for registration with a relevant professional body.You will also have post-qualifying experience, be employed or have access to an appropriate work-related health or social care provider service.

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