University of Southampton
Clinical and Health Research
This programme aims to equip students with the skills and knowledge to engage in all aspects of research within clinical, healthcare or academic contexts. The programme is a component of the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) clinical academic careers training pathway and is aimed at healthcare practitionersfrom a variety of backgrounds. It is also suitable for those who do not hold a healthcare qualification but are working in clinical research environments.
A 1st degree (2.2 Class or higher) or equivalent, in a relevant subject, from an approved institution of higher education; candidates without a good 1st degree may be admitted to the programme, but will be expected to provide evidence of suitable professional experience and supportive qualifications; in addition to the above requirements, candidates on the clinical academic pathway would normally have a health professional qualification leading to current registration with the appropriate professional body and/or relevant clinical/professional experience.
Core modules: research skills in health and social care; advanced research methods; work-based learning ; clinical research in practice; dissertation. Optional required module: dissertation; developing research skills or research methods for improving health services; applied quantitative methods; applied qualitative methods; research methods for evidence-based practice; plus 1 optional module from relevant clinical and management modules in audiology or health sciences.
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|Highfield Campus||Southampton||SO17 1BJ||South East|
023 8059 5500