Clinical Epidemiology is the science of applying the best available research evidence to patient care. It uses the methods of epidemiology to find scientifically valid answers to questions concerning diagnosis, prevention, therapy, prognosis and aetiology, thus improving the evidence-base for the care of individual patients.
The course offers rigorous methodological training for those with a background or experience in a health-related discipline who wish to pursue a career in clinical research or evidence based practice. The programme would be of interest to potential researchers who require robust training in research techniques, including advanced concepts and methods of epidemiology.
- World class teaching faculty
- Highly sought-after career path
- Unprecedented work opportunities
- Multi-disciplinary environment
Full degree programme: consists of 10 modules (120 credits) and a research project (60 credits)
(The closing date for applications is the 16 August each year.)
Short Courses: all modules are availbable as short courses (CPD accredited).