If you have an enquiring mind and a thirst for knowledge, then this could be the course for you. A qualification in Clinical Research will give you the tools and skills to realise your own personal and professional goals. The course is an exciting mix of modules that exposes you to multi-disciplinary health care approaches. But it can also be tailored to your own specific needs and interests, ensuring that what you learn is most relevant to your career.
We will help you to develop the skills to conduct critical analysis of evidence that underpins health care, and to carry out in-depth qualitative and quantitative research relevant to your own practice. You will also be able to develop leadership qualities to help you deliver the best and most effective service, in whatever field of health care you operate. This course may be taken on a full or part time basis, and is an ideal vehicle as a precursor to undertaking a PhD.
Why Choose Us?
Renowned for its unique and distinctive interprofessional and interdisciplinary pre- and post- registration provision in the education and training of health professions, the School of Health Sciences delivers research-led and problem-based teaching that ensures graduates are fit for practice in the modern health and social care sector.
Students’ experiences and their learning environment are central to our learning and teaching strategy. Teaching is housed within award winning accommodation in the heart of the campus, and programmes have high staff: student ratios, with personal advisors providing individual professional, academic and pastoral support. Learning opportunities in practice are diverse and extends across health, social care and education environments. We are very proud of our innovative teaching methods and the passion and dedication of our staff will inspire you to be the best you can be.
Students have told us our courses are dynamic and fascinating. That’s because our approach is based on problem-solving, evidence-based learning. The courses include the following elements:
Interprofessional Learning – You will meet up with students from other health-related disciplines to exchange knowledge, practice and ideas.
Research – The teaching staff are continually involved in research, which means you will benefit from their knowledge of the very latest practices and techniques.
Supportive Culture – Teaching groups are small, which encourages a close-knit student body and a supportive learning culture. You will be assigned your own personal mentor and qualified professional who will be there every step of the way to guide you through the course.
The University of East Anglia is a fantastic place to study and has a unique atmosphere. You will love being here, learning and making lasting friendships. Studying in the School of Health Sciences will ensure you fulfil your full potential.
- Degree Subject: A health care profession
- Degree Classification: 2.2 or equivalent
- Alternative Qualifications: The University will also consider applications from applicants with current registration as a health professional with an appropriate professional statutory regulatory body
Applicants should normally have a good first degree from a recognised higher education institution.
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Last updated June 20, 2016