The MSc in General Practice is aimed at providing you with an understanding of managerial, clinical and educational issues that will develop general practice, and with the complementary skills required to contribute to and influence development and evaluation of general practice in the context of the current health and changing agenda.
It seeks to offer a mix of theoretical and practical skills appropriate to an ever-changing primary health care agenda. The emphasis will be upon effective service provision, efficient delivery by practitioners who are able to care for patients and themselves.
Applicants admitted onto the course will hold an MB ChB. Applicants must be actively engaged in general practice within Primary Care and registered as a General Practitioner with the General Medical Council and all will be interviewed. Interview procedures and decisions regarding applications will be conducted within the University´s policies on equal opportunities and admissions. Particular attention will be paid to applicants´ ability to benefit from the course.
Personal and Professional Development in General Practice (double module), or
Personal and Professional Development in General Practice for Experienced Principals double module), and either
Quantitative Methodology for Health Research (single module), or
Qualitative Methodology for Health Research (single module), and
Project (single module)
Dissertation (triple module)
PLUS TWO SINGLE OPTIONAL MODULES FROM:
Mental Health in Clinical Practice
Ophthalmology in Clinical Practice
Group Leadership in Primary Care
Evidence, Effectiveness and Evaluation
Informatics for Primary and Community Health Care
Dilemmas in Professional Practice
Supervision and Mentoring
Dermatology in Clinical Practice
Teaching and Learning in Medical Practice or Basic Trainers Course (University of Manchester)
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