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Primary Care MSc - Postgrad. Dip. - Postgrad. Cert. (Clinical) - Postgrad. Cert. (Non-Clinical)

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  • Objectives
    This programme aims for participants to increase their knowledge and develop skills and attitudes in the areas of critical appraisal, clinical decision making, evidence based practice, research appreciation, basic epidemiology, statistics and management of change and to apply this learning to their practice in primary health care. Applicants should normally possess a honours degree in a relevant discipline, or a medical degree, and be working in primary health care. Other primary health care professionals with equivalent experience may also be considered.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements English Language: * IELTS: 6.0 overall, with not less than 5.5 in listening and reading, and not less than 5 in speaking and writing * TOEFL (paper based test): 550, with 4.0 on the Test of Written English (TWE) (you should be sure to take the TWE if you take the paper-based form of TOEFL) * TOEFL (computer based test): 220, with 4.0 on the essay rating included in this test Academic Requirements: * Applicants should normally possess a honours degree in a relevant discipline, or a medical degree, and be working in primary care. Other primary health care professionals with equivalent experience may be considered.
  • Academic Title
    Primary Care MSc / Postgrad. Dip. / Postgrad. Cert. (Clinical) / Postgrad. Cert. (Non-Clinical)
  • Course description
    For participants to increase their knowledge and develop skills and attitudes in the areas of critical appraisal, clinical decision making, evidence based practice, research appreciation, basic epidemiology, statistics and management of change and to apply this learning to their practice in primary health care.

    Duration
    12 months full-time; 12 - 60 months part-time

    What you study

    Learning and assessment will include seminars, presentations, written and video assignments.

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