The course enable students to design, analyse, interpret and evaluate/criticise epidemiological and biomedical research, demonstrating an understanding of the essential principles of modern biostatistical methods.
Modules include: meta'analysis, genetic and spatial epidemiology, environmental exposure assessment and health economics; global and local health and inequalities; the role of wider determinants of health and health services, and the principles of health impact assessment; models and approaches to health promotion and disease prevention; health service quality and the role of public health in commissioning services; principles of health economics and project management.
Course Additional Entry
2.1 Honours degree in a science subject or MBBS degree. Suitable applicants are likely to be those with a background in: medicine, health sciences, biological sciences or environmental sciences. Mature applicants with relevant academic or professional experience will also be considered. IELTS minimum overall score 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 in each element or equivalent.
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