This module is available to students on St George's, University of London (SGUL) validated MSc programmes and sits within the SGUL taught postgraduate courses framework. It is also offered as a 'top up' within the MSc Healthcare Practice, for applicants holding a PGDip (please contact the Course Director for further information on 'topping up').
The module is described here in generic terms but it gains context and detail once incorporated into specific MSc programmes.
The module covers preparation and planning for the research as well as the analysis, discussion and presentation of the outcomes of the research.
The project may take one of the following forms:
Who is this module for?
Registered healthcare professionals who have studied the postgraduate (level 7) module: Research methods MRDM101X
Student should have studied and passed the St George's, University of London common postgraduate framework module, Research Methods MRDM101X before commencing this module.
Presentation to a group of peers and supervisors and submission of a dissertation (100%)
Course length: 5 Teaching Days