You will need to be a registered and insured practitioner, and will be expected to hold either a good BSc Honours degree in your relevant discipline, an equivalent professional qualification and associated work experience, or a qualification deemed suitable by the course team, including relevant overseas qualifications. Where equivalence is accepted, the length, depth and content of the courses followed, and the orientation of the syllabus, will be considered. You will need the higher education skills required for postgraduate level study, including evidence of research, critiquing and skills in academic writing, IT, reflective practice and communication together with a collaborative and integrated approach to working. If your first language is not English you should have an IELTS score of at least 6.5 (with the written component at a minimum of 6.5) (or equivalent).
This course is offered to practitioners in a wide range of complementary medicines, and may be particularly attractive where postgraduate study related specifically to your discipline is not available. The focus is on furthering your growth as a scholar practitioner, and enabling you to develop as a leader in research, clinical governance and policy and practice within the complementary medicine profession, while advancing your own professional practice.
The underpinning ethos is to equip you with the knowledge, skills and practical experience to enhance your professional role in the field of complementary medicines. This is fostered through the academic and professional experience in both the theoretical concepts and the diagnostic practice within your own specialty. The course presents appropriate clinical and analytical content in an interprofessional dimension, and engenders an understanding and appreciation of the importance and role of peer mentoring and supervision.
Health and Well-being
Research and Evaluation
Researching Contemporary Issues in Complementary Medicine
This course is designed to enhance the skills of professionals already in practice and encourage diversity into other areas of work and in other healthcare environments such as the NHS and GP practices, charitable organisations and private outpatient hospitals. Graduates may continue in private practice or progress on to PhD/Professional Doctorate study, or find employment in academic or research institutes, as well as management, marketing and development in government and community healthcare provision and related industries.
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