Qualifications

MSc and CPD courses in Quality and Safety in Healthcare at University of Leicester

The University of Leicester is now accepting applications for the MSc in Quality and Safety in Healthcare to start in January 2017 (Part-time only) and September 2017 (Full & Part-time). Offering a thorough grounding in the science of improvement, this degree will draw on the internationally renowned expertise of the SAPPHIRE and TIMMS research groups, as well as other experts at the University of Leicester and from the NHS. All modules will be offered as standalone CPD elements to provide maximum flexibility and value, with the opportunity to build into to a Postgraduate Diploma, Postgraduate Certificate or MSc over time.

For further information please see the course website or contact mscqsh@leicester.ac.uk

MSc in Medical Leadership, Education and Research at DMU

This part-time course, offered by DMU, is suitable for doctors looking to develop their careers, with a real-world approach to quality improvement, leadership, teaching and research. It offers an opportunity for doctors from all specialities to study together in a supportive and flexible environment.

For further information including content, dates and fee structure please visit the DMU course website.

MSc Healthcare Management and Governance at Loughborough University

Loughborough University is offering this part-time course commencing in October 2017 which will equip health professionals and managers with the skills needed to enhance and assure organisational performance and accountability.

For further information please visit the Loughborough University course website.

Health Education England Clinical Scholar Programme - Silver and Bronze award

Clinical Scholar provides funding and mentoring to frontline healthcare professionals who wish to pursue an academic career alongside their clinical practice. As well as benefiting from 48 days paid release from clinical duties, participants also receive structured teaching to provide clinicians with a basic grounding in research methods, while dedicated academic mentors provide one-to-one support and feedback to help them gain the research knowledge and skills they need to successfully complete their research project.

For further information please visit the Clinical Scholar website.

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