MPH-Diploma-Certificate Master of Public Health

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  • Objectives
    To provide a critical knowledge and understanding of public health. To help students critically analyse public health problems and develop practical solutions. To help students undertake health services research and apply findings to public health practice.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Upper second class Honours degree (medical or non-medical) and plus at least three years' experience of public health. Students with English as a second language need to have achieved the University requirement of IELTS 7.0.
  • Academic title
    MPH/Diploma/Certificate Master of Public Health
  • Course description
    Master of Public Health (MPH)

    1 year full time, 2 years part time

    Designed to meet the academic and professional training needs of public health specialists, and tailored to address the dual needs of people also seeking UK professional qualifications in public health.

    It meets the requirements of the Part 1 MFPH examination for membership of the UK Faculty of Public Health and is also designed to meet the needs of public health practitioners from other countries.

    Individual course modules for public health specialists needing top-up training for their Public Health Specialist Voluntary Register portfolio.

    Course content

    Seven core units:

    -Introduction to Statistics and Critical Appraisal
    -Introduction to Research Methods
    -Epidemiological Research Design
    -Health Promotion
    -Sociology of Health and Illness
    -Needs Assessment, Planning and Evaluation

    Eight optional units, including:

    -Health protection
    -Understanding Organisations
    -Promoting Evidence-based Health Care
    -Qualitative Research Design and Analysis

    During normal working hours.


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