The MSc Health Informatics is designed to provide a specialist qualification in health informatics, addressing a wide range of operational care and management perspectives.
It illustrates principles across the health and social care sector, taking theory into practice. It is ideal for demonstrating competence in informatics to support the care domain and contributing towards meeting continuing professional development goals.
The learning outcomes for this postgraduate course are related to Health Informatics National Occupational Standards and the Key Skills Framework. The MSc in Health Informatics consists of core modules in health informatics, research methods, study skills, with optional modules and a dissertation. The distance learning course is delivered using eLearning.
The course team welcome applicants without the formal qualifications, and each application will be assessed individually through interview and evidence provided by the candidate.
Postgraduate and Professional Study Skills
Information and IT Concepts for Health and Social Care
Informatics for Health and Social Care
Quantitative Methodology for Health and Social Research
Qualitative Methodology for Health and Social Research
Plus one optional module from the list below:
Information and Communication Technology for Health and Social Care
Quality Assurance for Health and Social Care
Comparative Study of National Health and Social Care Systems
Knowledge-based Management and Leadership in Health and Social Care
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