Master Advanced Musculoskeletal Research and Practice (Part time) - Máster en Trastornos Musculoesqueléticos. Investigación y Práctica
The Master´s in Community and Primary Health Care Practice provides a flexible opportunity for practitioners wishing to enhance their leadership, research and educational expertise within community and primary health care.
The entry requirement for postgraduate study is a minimum of a second class honours (2.2) degree or above, or an equivalent recognised qualification. Relevant experience may also be considered where appropriate for non-standard entry.
Applicants must be registered practitioners working in a community related role.
The degree will use a range of teaching and learning methods which offer a variety of opportunities. Teaching will be carried out through formal taught sessions and discussion groups/seminars using action-based learning approaches.
The degree will offer the option for students to engage in a work-based learning module as part of the Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma programmes.
Students undertaking this programme will normally be experienced professionals currently employed by a partner Health Board. The programme will enhance career development and promotion opportunities for successful students