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MSc in Advanced & Specialist Healthcare - University of Kent

 

Advanced and Specialist Healthcare (Minimally Invasive Surgery) MSc- University of Kent

The Minimally Invasive Surgery pathway in the Advanced and Specialist Healthcare MSc is designed for surgeons who wish to develop within their professional practice and gain a postgraduate qualification.
The programme consists of four specialist modules in Minimally Invasive Surgery taught at the new IMACS facility in Maidstone, plus one optional module and four core modules taught at the University of Kent, Medway Maritime Campus. These modules are delivered as weekend blocks over either two or three years.
Key Facts:
• Flexible programme which takes in to account of working circumstances and the obstacles that professions face in taking up learning opportunities.
• Designed for surgeons who want to gain a postgraduate qualification without taking a break in surgical training or professional practice.
• Taught by professionals and clinicians who are active in Minimally Invasive Surgery and clinical research.
• An opportunity to develop personal and professional MIS skills, knowledge and attitudes in order to improve the healthcare of patients.
• Encourage proactive and informed use of the research evidence, project management and conducting a research project aligned to MIS professional development.
Who should apply?
To be eligible for the MSc programme, applicants must:
• Possess the professional qualification MRCS or its equivalent.
• Hold a surgical trainee post or permanent post.

For further information:
W: www.kent.ac.uk/cpp
E: cppmedway@kent.ac.uk
T: +(0)1634 888929

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Added on: 13th December 2012

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