University of Sheffield
Develop the practical skills required to plan and undertake clinical or health services research. There are two routes available. Each route takes one year full-time or two to five years part-time. Standard route: Open to all graduates from any relevant background. National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) route. Open to medical and dental practitioners enrolled as Academic Training Fellows in the local NHS Deanery. Normally applicants to this route apply using the CPD application process and start by registering for one or two modules and later transfer to a full Masters programme.
A 2.1 Honours degree in a clinical subject or equivalent professional qualification and experience. English language requirements- Overall IELTS grade of 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 in each component, or equivalent.
Core modules: core modules are determined by the course route followed and may include: randomised controlled trials; introduction to research methods; introduction to statistics for clinical research; clinical research practice or practical aspects of clinical research; dissertation or research placement and portfolio. Optional modules: promoting evidence-based health care; systematic review and critical appraisal techniques; epidemiology; public health informatics; further statistics for health science researchers; sociology of health and illness; complex evaluation methods; qualitative research design and analysis; health care financing and economic evaluation; health needs assessment, planning and evaluation.
Assessment is by coursework, examinations and a dissertation.
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