College of Human and Health Sciences
MSc Public Health & Partnerships in Care
Effective public health can only be developed and delivered through successful collaboration between different disciplines and agencies and a strong commitment to public participation. The MSc Public Health and Partnerships in Care is concerned with addressing the ways in which contemporary population health needs and policy demands can be met and put into practice through partnership working.
The course facilitates the acquisition of knowledge, understanding and skills necessary for working in a wide range of leadership and practice roles in public health, community health and social care. This opportunity for shared education among a diverse group provides a valuable opportunity to share perspectives, challenge assumptions and build partnerships. Students will also have the option to select a placement module which allows them the opportunity to experience and appraise public health and partnership working in practice.
The course meets the UK Skills for Health competencies for Public Health Practice and has been part of an ongoing project mapping the UK Public Health Career Framework competencies.
Module leaders and members of the teaching team are subject specialists and have research, management and practice experience in a range of health and social care fields which informs their teaching and research interests.
International Student Requirements:
International equivalent qualifications may be considered.
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