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Staffordshire

Postgraduate Health Promotion in Staffordshire

5 degrees at 2 universities in Staffordshire.

Medical Education MSc

Medical Education MSc

Course outline This part time distance learning award aims to enhance your skills in the facilitation of the learning of others within your own workplace setting. Completion of the Postgraduate Certificate...Read more
(3.8)
  • 2 years Distance without attendance degree

Modules

  • Project Based Change (60 Credits)
  • Assessment and Appraisal in Healthcare Education (15 Credits)
  • The Culture of Education in Healthcare (15 Credits)
  • Research Methods and Methodologies (15 Credits)
  • Observation and Reflection on Healthcare Teaching (15 Credits)
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Health Promotion Academic Credits

Health Promotion Academic Credits

Course outline This module is designed to equip you to undertake systematic planning applied to health promotion in a range of settings. Key features This is a core module on the specialist practice programme. ...Read more
(3.8)
  • 12 weeks Part time day degree

Modules

Contemporary Issues in Healthcare Education Academic Credits

Contemporary Issues in Healthcare Education Academic Credits

The nature of professional education is constantly changing; professionals need to ensure that they are up to date in their knowledge and practice in order to maintain current registration through re-validation...Read more
(3.8)
  • 12 weeks Distance without attendance degree

Inflammation, Infection and Immunology PhD

Inflammation, Infection and Immunology PhD

This research area includes both basic and clinical research, including topics such as rheumatology, the structural immunology of innate immune proteins, fish immunology and apoptosis. ...Read more
(4.1)
  • 3 years Full time degree
  • 6 years Part time degree

Inflammation, Infection and Immunology MPhil

Inflammation, Infection and Immunology MPhil

The main objective of the research at the Staffordshire Rheumatology Centre (SRC) at the Haywood Hospital is to enable a better understanding of disease mechanisms involved in the development and progression...Read more
(4.1)
  • 1 year Full time degree
  • 2 years Part time degree
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