University of West London
This programme combines state-of-the-art healthcare methodologies with physiological and lifescience approaches to deal with relevant clinical issues; students develop essential theoretical and practical skills and knowledge concerning effective management of the wellbeing and health of individuals and groups of people with healthcare needs; students also develop the knowledge and skills to design and improve healthcare services; students are taught the latest concepts in research methodology and data analysis in healthcare, and learn comprehensive clinically-focused or relevant professional skills; clinical simulation is used to emphasise the integration of scientific principles, empirical evidence and validated theoretical models to healthcare practice.
A minimum of DipHE, HND (120 level 5 credits) or equivalent in a healthcare or life-science related subject (e.g. biochemistry, microbiology, physiology, human biology, physiotherapy, podiatry); applicants who are healthcare professionals must normally be registered where appropriate with a regulatory authority (e.g. Health Professions Council or equivalent) in their country of origin, and have evidence of the successful completion of at least 3 years' full-time study leading to registration; applicants whose 1st language is not English require either IELTS 7.0 or above including a minimum 7.0 for each of the 4 individual components, TOEFL internet-based test 100 or above, Pearson PTE Academic 58 or above, or an equivalent secure English language test.
Modules include: Applied physiology; research methods in health and social care; health promotion theory; clinical decision; dissertation; service design and improvement in healthcare; research methods; genes, diseases, health and illness; advanced approach in diabetes care and management; assessment of hyper-responsiveness in respiratory medicine; pulmonary rehabilitation and infant respiratory function testing; promoting sexual health; global perspective in public health and health promotion; substance misuse treatment and interventions; dual diagnosis (exploring interventions for people with mental health and substance misuse problems); communicable diseases (HIV, TB HCV, HBV); substance misuse and health behaviour (interventions and policies); research project.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|MSc||Full-time||£ 19,650 per Whole course (home fees)||30 months|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Brentford Site||Hounslow||TW8 9GA||South East|
University of West London