MSc Clinical Research – NIHR Route

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Degree of Master of Science MSC
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The closing date for applications for is 30th January 2013. This course can also be studied part-time over 2 years.

If you have an enquiring mind and a thirst for research, 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 NIHR Masters in Clinical Research teaches students how to link theory and method with the practical skills to design and carry out in-depth healthcare research, culminating in an opportunity to carry out a piece of individual research linked to UEA’s top academics. You will also be able to develop leadership qualities to help you deliver the best and most e…

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The closing date for applications for is 30th January 2013. This course can also be studied part-time over 2 years.

If you have an enquiring mind and a thirst for research, 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 NIHR Masters in Clinical Research teaches students how to link theory and method with the practical skills to design and carry out in-depth healthcare research, culminating in an opportunity to carry out a piece of individual research linked to UEA’s top academics. 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 precursor to application for an NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship. We are offering for 2013 a part time route starting in April and a full time route in September.

Dates for the first teaching blocks for part time students starting in April are:

8th – 17th April 2013 Introduction to Research Methods

24th June – 5th July 2013 Further Quantitative Research

9th – 20th September 2013 Further Qualitative Research

Full time students will start in September 2013.

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Entry Requirements Degree Classification: 2.1 or equivalent Entry Requirement

Degree in a health care profession from an eligible profession.

Deadline for applications is 5pm on the 30th January 2013

Applicants should normally have a good first degree from a recognised higher education institution and have at least one year’s clinical experience.

Interviews

Interviews for both the part time route, commencing April 2013 and the full time route commencing September 2013 will be held on the 7th and 8th of March in the Queens building at the University of East Anglia.

Renowned for their unique and distinctive interprofessional and interdisciplinary pre- and post- registration provision in the education and training of health professions, the Schools of Allied Health Professions and Nursing Sciences, deliver research-led teaching that ensures graduates are fit for practice in the modern health and social care sector. Students’ experience and their learning environment are central to our learning and teaching strategy. Teaching is housed within award winning accommodation in the heart of the Norwich Research Park. The programme has a high staff: student ratios, and will provide students with a personal advisor who can provide individual professional, academic and pastoral support.

The teaching staff will be immersed in research, offering you real insight into the current practice of clinical research.

Supportive Culture – Teaching groups are small, which encourages a close-knit student body and a supportive learning culture. 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 Allied Health Professions or School of Nursing Sciences will ensure you fulfil your potential

Fees and Funding

These studentships will be supported by funding being reimbursed to their employer for their salary.

National Insurance contributions and pension costs.


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