2017/2018

Continuing Professional Development Modules

The modules listed on this page are available to support Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules 2017/2018. Applicants should contact the Graduate Studies Office on (021) 490 3224 for further information. On successful completion of these modules the learner will be provided with a relevant transcript of marks.

School of Applied Psychology
As part of UCC's commitment to Continuing Professional Development, (CPD), approved candidates may take one-off modules and be provided with a transcript of marks.

Entry Requirements:

To be considered, applicants should normally have an undergraduate degree in Medicine. Applicants must be registered with the Irish Medical Council and must provide proof of this registration and a birth certificate or valid passport in order to register.

Students may take the following modules (subject to availability):
AP6144 Applied Clinical Issues (Adult Mental Health) (5 credits)
AP6155 Applied Clinical Issues (Child and Adolescent Mental Health) (5 credits)

Department of Italian, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
As part of UCC's commitment to Continuing Professional Development, (CPD), candidates who satisfy the programme eligibility criteria may, subject to the approval of the Programme Coordinator, be permitted to take individual modules and will be eligible to register for examinations in the internationally recognised DITALS certification.

Entry Requirements:
To be considered, applicants should normally have an undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification.

Students may take one or more modules from the following (subject to availability):
IT6104 Teaching of Italian as a second language 1 (10 credits)
IT6105 Teaching of Italian as a second language 2 (10 credits)

School of Law

Programmes in the School of Law
LLM (Practitioner)
In advance of registration for the degree candidates who satisfy the entry requirements may opt to take individual LLM modules on a non-degree occasional basis from those on offer in the programme. These candidates will be identified as intending to proceed to the LLM (Practitioner) and a Learning Agreement will be entered into to provide a bridge to the degree. (This can be a flexible agreement and modified as necessary as the candidate proceeds). As part of UCC's commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), candidates opting not to continue with the degree will be provided with a relevant transcript of marks.

Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules 2017/2018.

Programmes in the College of Science, Engineering and Food Science
MSc (Applied Environmental Geology)
Candidates who satisfy the programme eligibility criteria may, subject to the approval of the Programme Coordinator, be permitted to take individual modules, as part of UCC's commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), and be provided with a relevant transcript of marks.

The following modules are available:
GL6022 Environmental Planning and Regulation (5 credits)
GL6023 Offshore Environmental Geology (5 credits)
GL6024 Applied Geophysics (5 credits)
GL6025 Geoinfomatics for Environmental Geology (5 credits)
GL6026 Field Geology Techniques (5 credits)
GL6027 Industry Case Studies (5 credits)

MSc (Biomedical Sciences)
As part of UCC's commitment to Continuing Professional Development, (CPD), approved candidates from the Biomedical Science professions may take one-off modules and be provided with a relevant transcript of marks. Candidates would receive credit for modules taken as CPD should they subsequently register for the full MSc Degree in Biomedical Sciences.

MEngSc (Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Engineering)
Candidates who satisfy the programme eligibility criteria may, subject to the approval of the Programme Coordinator, be permitted to take individual modules, as part of UCC's commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), and be provided with a relevant transcript of marks.

Postgraduate Diploma in Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Engineering
Candidates who satisfy the programme eligibility criteria may, subject to the approval of the Programme Coordinator, be permitted to take individual modules, as part of UCC's commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), and be provided with a relevant transcript of marks.

Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules 2017/2018.

School of Medicine

Department of General Practice

As part of UCC's commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), CPD modules in Primary Care are now offered by the Department of General Practice.

Entry Requirements
The Department of General Practice Continuing Professional Development modules are open to registered health care professionals in Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Allied Health care disciplines or applicants who hold a relevant primary degree. Applicants must provide evidence of current registration with the relevant professional regulatory body (for example, the Irish Medical Council, the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (active registration) and the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland). Applicants not registered with one of the above professional bodies must provide evidence of a level 8 qualification in a relevant health care discipline.

Candidates whose first language is not English must have a minimum of IELTS 6.5 with scores in no individual sections less than 6.0.

All applicants are required to complete an application form and provide evidence of either current professional registration or primary degree.

The following modules are available:

GP5100 Diabetes in Primary Care (10 credits)
GP5101 Cardiovascular Disease in Primary Care (Blended learning module) (10 credits)
GP5102 Dementia in Primary Care (10 credits)

The modules consist of twelve weeks’ worth of online distance learning units, supported by two face to face study days.
These modules will run annually only when minimum recruitment targets are met.

Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules 2017/2018.

Department of Epidemiology and Public Health

As part of UCC's commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), modules available in the MSc in Occupational Health, the MSc in Occupational Health (Online) and the Master in Public Health (Online) are offered as CPD modules in the College of Medicine and Health.

These modules are available for external individuals to attend as independent modules, having as target groups essentially: Health and Safety Professionals in Industry and Healthcare, Occupational Health Nurses, Self-employed Occupational Health and Safety Consultants, Human Resources Managers among others. These modules are also available to Healthcare Professionals - doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, pharmacists, allied healthcare professionals among others.

Candidates who satisfy the programme eligibility criteria may, subject to the approval of the Programme Director/Coordinator, be permitted to take the individual modules referred below, as part of UCC's commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), and be provided with a relevant transcript of marks.

Entry requirements (for MSc Occupational Health and MSc Occupational Health (Online) modules):

Candidates for the following CPD modules must normally meet one of the following criteria:

1. A Level 8 honours primary degree (minimum second class honours, grade 2) in a relevant area, for example health-related (Public Health, Nursing, Medicine, Environmental Health, Psychology/Behavioural Science, Physiotherapy); Engineering and Human Resource Management and relevant professional experience¹ or work placement in an associated Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare area.

OR

2. A minimum of a Diploma/Higher Diploma in Occupational Safety, Health and Welfare (minimum Second Class Honours, Grade 1), from UCC, or an equivalent qualification² from another Institution (Level 8 Diploma, minimum Second Class Honours, Grade 1) and a minimum of two years relevant professional work experience¹ in an area associated with Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare;

OR

3. Applicants with a minimum of three years professional work experience in an associated area¹ of Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare will be invited for interview to satisfy the selection committee of their suitability for the programme.

¹ Relevant professional work experience, job title examples:  Health and Safety Officers/Advisors/Managers/Coordinators; Environmental Safety Officers/Managers; Safety Engineers, Health Promotion Officers; HR Officers/Managers; Occupational Health Nurses, Health Scientists, Professional Trainers, Health and Safety Consultants.

² Level 8, Examples: Diploma/Higher Diploma/International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety; Diploma in Environment Management, Diploma in Health Promotion, Diploma in Learning, Development and Work-based Training.

The modules available to be taken under these conditions are (to a maximum of 20 credits in total):

Modules from the MSc Occupational Health:

AD6800 Training and Development Issues in Occupational Health (5 credits)
EH6015 Occupational Health and Safety Management in the Workplace (10 credits)
EH6017 Principles, Theory and Practical Application of Risk Assessment and Management Programmes in the Workplace (10 credits)
EH6041 Psychology Applied to Occupational Health and Safety (5 credits)
EH6059 Principles of Psychosocial Epidemiology (5 credits)
EH6060 Applied Psychosocial Epidemiology (5 credits)
EH6073 Critical Appraisal of Publications in Occupational Health (5 credits)

Modules from the MSc Occupational Health (Online):

AD6073 Training and Development Issues in Occupational Health (online) (5 credits)
EH6066 Psychosocial Epidemiology (online) (10 credits)
EH6067 Occupational Health and Safety Management in the Workplace (online) (10 credits)
EH6069 Psychology Applied to Occupational Health and Safety (online) (5 credits)
EH6070 Risk Assessment and Management Programmes in the Workplace (online) (5 credits)
EH6074 Critical Appraisal of Publications in Occupational Health (online) (5 credits)

A student, if admitted to the course, who successfully completes and passes a module under CPD will be eligible for exemptions if he/she is admitted to the MSc in Occupational Health or the MSc in Occupational Health (Online) within five years from the date of successful completion of the module (and subject to the module being offered on the MSc in Occupational Health or the MSc in Occupational Health (Online))

Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules 2017/2018.

Entry requirements (for modules for the Master of Public Health (Online):

Prospective students must satisfy the following:

Note: In exceptional circumstances, applicants without a primary degree may be recommended for entry to the programme following an interview and review of their individual qualifications and experience by the course committee. Admission of such applicants will be subject to the approval of the College of Medicine and Health Executive Committee.

Technical Entry Requirements (Online):
To access and interact with the course content, assignments and assessments etc. students will require access to at least a PC/ Laptop running Windows 7 or later and Mac OSX 10.7.4. Common plug-ins such as Microsoft Silverlight, Java and Flash will also be required. Students must have access to MS Office or an equivalent suite of applications such as Libre Office. They must also have access to a modern standards compliant web browser. UCC recommends either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.
To engage productively and successfully with the content, basic technical computer skills such as familiarity with word processing, web browsing and email - recommended.

Modules from the Master of Public Health (Online):

EH6075 Principles and Practice of Public Health (Online) (10 credits)
EH6076 Applied Research for Public Health I (Online) (5 credits)
EH6077 Applied Research for Public Health II (Online) (5 credits)
EH6078 Public Health Intelligence (Online) (5 credits)
EH6081 Introduction to Health Promotion Concepts, Principles and Practices (Online) (5 credits)
EH6082 Introduction to Health Protection (Online) (5 credits)
EH6083 Advanced Health Protection (Online) (5 credits)
EH6084 Advanced Epidemiology (Online) (5 credits)
ST6007 Advanced Biostatistics (Online) (5 credits)
ST6014 Survival Analysis (Online) (5 credits)

A student, if admitted to the course, who successfully completes and passes a module under CPD will be eligible for exemptions if he/she is admitted to the Master of Public Health within five years from the date of successful completion of the module (and subject to the module being offered on the Online MPH and/or campus-based MPH courses).

These modules will be available biennially from September 2012. Candidates should contact the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health in relation to the modules available in any given year.

Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules 2017/2018.

Palliative Care

Entry Requirements
Candidates must have:

  1. A primary degree or an equivalent experience in a relevant health care discipline to be approved by the College of Medicine & Health;
  2. Registration or eligibility for registration with the appropriate professional healthcare registration body in Ireland;
  3. Minimum of one year post qualification experience in healthcare provision.

All applicants are required to complete an application form and provide evidence of current professional registration.

The following module is available:
IP5001 Holistic Approach to Palliative Care (5 credits)

Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules 2017/2018.

Older Person Rehabilitation
The Continuing Professional Development Modules in Older Person Rehabilitation are designed to provide students from a range of different professional backgrounds with interdisciplinary learning in an area of Older Person Rehabilitation. Classes are held on in one or two week day blocks, including some weekend days. A ten-credit module equates to 200-250 hours of learning, including approximately 50 hours of structured contact time.

Entry Requirements
Candidates must have:

  1. A primary degree or an equivalent experience in a relevant health care discipline to be approved by the College of Medicine & Health;
  2. Registration or eligibility for registration with the appropriate professional healthcare registration body in Ireland;
  3. Ideally candidates should have practical experience in their area of qualifications of at least one year post-registration.

All applicants are required to complete an application form and provide evidence of current professional registration. Garda/Police Clearance may be a requirement for certain modules.

Students may take one or more modules (to a maximum of twenty credits per year) from the following:

CG6002 Stroke Rehabilitation (10 credits)
CG6003 Cognition, Communication, Capacity and Rehabilitation (10 credits)
CG6005 Amputee and Prosthetic Rehabilitation (5 credits)
CG6006 Falls, mobility and movement disorders (10 credits)
CG6009 Principles in Older Person Rehabilitation (10 credits)
CG6011 In-depth Independent Study (15 credits)
CG6012 Neuromuscular Disorders (10 credits)
EH6038 Applied Research for Gerontology and Rehabilitation (10 credits)

Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules 2017/2018.

Awarding of Postgraduate Certificate:

If CPD modules in Older Person Rehabilitation have been completed to the value of 30 ECTS credits, within three years of first registration, including module CG6009, the student may be eligible for the award of Postgraduate Certificate in Older Person Rehabilitation.

Awarding of Postgraduate Diploma:

If CPD modules in Older Person Rehabilitation have been completed to the value of 60 ECTS credits, within five years of first registration, including modules CG6002, CG6009 and CG6010, the student may be eligible for the award of Postgraduate Diploma in Older Person Rehabilitation.

School of Nursing and Midwifery

Entry Requirements

The Continuing Professional Development modules in Nursing and Midwifery are open to registered health care professionals in Nursing, Midwifery, Medicine, and Clinical Therapies or other allied disciplines. Some modules are open to registered nurses/midwives only (indicated below beside individual modules).

Applicants who are practising health care professionals must provide evidence of current registration with the relevant professional regulatory body (e.g. the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (active registration), the Irish Medical Council, the Health & Social Care Professions Council (or equivalent regulatory body for pharmacists, occupational therapist, podiatrists, speech and language therapists etc.)) Applicants from allied disciplines must provide evidence of professional certification, where appropriate.

Applicants who are under 23 years of age must satisfy the minimum entry requirements as for the Degrees in Nursing or Midwifery, as set out here

Admission to the module(s) will be subject to internal university approval processes on the recommendation of the Head of School.

Applicants for Nursing and Midwifery CPD modules who do not hold an up-to-date IELTS certificate showing the requisite Academic Board approved CM&H scores must demonstrate evidence of appropriate work experience within an English language environment for at least the previous 2 years.

NU6116 Advanced Practice in Nursing (10 Credits) and NU6154 Advance Practice in Midwifery (10 Credits) - specific entry criteria:
Applicants must have a minimum of 7 years post-registration experience. The required experience must have been gained within the past 8 years with at least 5 years in the area in which advanced nursing or midwifery practice is being pursued. In addition, applicants must: (i) demonstrate continuous professional development and have completed a Master's degree; (ii) provide evidence of support from their employer and a completed Site Self-Declaration Form, signed by the Director of Nursing/Midwifery/Public Health/ authorised Nurse/Midwife Manager; (iii) provide nomination and confirmation of a designated medical practitioner mentor/and or Advanced Nurse or Midwife Practitioner mentor (completed Site Self-Declaration Form, signed by the Medical Practitioner/Advanced Nurse Practitioner Mentor) who will provide the student with supervision, support and learning opportunities including opportunities to practice under supervision to gain the required competencies and clinical competence to practice at an advanced level in nursing or midwifery. Applicants must contact their Director of Nursing/Midwifery/Public Health/authorised Nurse Manager to discuss the identified need for advanced nursing or midwifery practice in his/her practice area/organisation.

*** Applicants for MH6014, MH6016, MH6099 and MH6112 must satisfy the following specific entry requirements:
Normally hold a Honours primary degree (minimum of a Second Class Honours Grade I):

Applicants with a Second Class Honours Grade 2 will also be considered on a case by case basis.

Note: In exceptional circumstances, applicants without a primary degree may be recommended for entry to the module after a review of their individual qualifications and experience by the course committee.

**** Applicants for MH6014, MH6016, MH6121 and NU6119
Applicants must be practising professionals (Nursing, Medicine, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Education or other allied disciplines) with registration with the relevant professional regulatory body. Applicants for MH6014 must have achieved a pass result in a postgraduate research methods module equivalent to NU6005 (10 credits). In addition, applicants for MH6121 must provide a 250-word statement as to how this module will be useful in their work.

#Applicants for NU5098
This module has two intakes in September and February of each year. Applicants must be practising nurses with evidence of current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) OR evidence that registration with the NMBI will be complete by the proposed commencement date of the module. Applicants must provide evidence that they will be working in a critical care environment (for a minimum of 19.5 hours/week). Applicants must provide a letter of support from their respective Director of Nursing and confirmation of having secured a clinical facilitator/preceptor for the duration of the module. This is a blended learning module delivered online and via on campus workshops and lectures.

The following modules are available:
MH5085 Obesity Management and Prevention Training for Healthcare Professionals (5 credits)
MH5092 An Integrated Approach to Working with Individuals with Dual Diagnosis in the Mental Health and Addiction Services (5 credits)
MH6014 Advanced Research Methods for Healthcare Professionals (10 credits)****
MH6016 Advance Care Planning (5 credits)****
MH6099 Introduction to End-of-Life Decision Making (5 credits)***
MH6112
Ethical Controversies in End-of-Life Care (10 credits)***
MH6118
Recovery Principles, Values and Practices in Mental Health (5 credit)
MH6121
Working in Partnership with Families in Mental Health (5 credits)**** **Registered Psychiatric Nurses ONLY**
NU5007
Acute and Chronic Wound Care for Healthcare Professionals (5 credits)
NU5077 Diabetes Management (5 credits)
NU5081 Preparation for Birth and Parenthood Facilitation (5 credits) **Registered Midwives, Public Health Nurses, Physiotherapists ONLY**
NU5082 Physical Assessment for Nursing Practice (5 credits) **Registered Nurses ONLY**
NU5083 Informatics for Health Care Professionals (5 credits)
NU5084 Prevention and Control of Infection in Healthcare (5 credits)
NU5086 Complementary Therapies in Healthcare (5 credits)
NU5087 Practice and Principles of Health Promotion (5 credits)
NU5090 Clinical Audit for Health Care Professionals (5 credits)
NU5091 Principles of Orthopaedic Nursing **Registered Nurses ONLY**
NU5098 National Foundation Module in Critical Care Nursing# **Registered Nurses ONLY**
NU6005 Research Methods (10 credits)
NU6027 Emergency Nursing I (10 credits)
NU6028 Emergency Nursing II (10 Credits)
NU6030 Cardiac Nursing (10 credits)
NU6031 Intensive Care Nursing (10 credits)
NU6043 Adults and Older People in the Community (5 credits)
NU6044 Health and Health Promotion: Concepts and Principles (5 credits)
NU6052 Person Centred Health Care for People with an Intellectual Disability (5 credits)
NU6053 Ethics for Specialist Practice (5 credits)
NU6070 Practice Enhancement for Nursing and Midwifery (10 credits)
NU6072 Symptom Management in Cancer (5 credits) **Registered Nurses ONLY**
NU6074 Nursing and Midwifery Management and Development (10 credits)
NU6078 Ageing and Older People: Bio Psychosocial Perspectives (10 credits)
NU6079 Contemporary issues in Gerontological Nursing (5 credits)
NU6085 Wound Care for Healthcare Professionals (5 credits)
NU6093 Medical and Surgical Nursing of Individuals with Renal Problems (5 credits)
NU6095 Primary Health Care Services in the Community (5 credits)
NU6096 Nursing in the Community in Primary Health Care 1 (10 credits)
NU6107 Medical and Surgical Nursing of Individuals with Gastrointestinal Problems (5 credits)
NU6116 Advanced Practice in Nursing (10 credits)
NU6117 Contemporary Approaches to Dementia across the Continuum of Care (10 credits)
NU6119 Nurse Prescribing Ionizing Radiation (X-Ray) (5 credits)**** **Registered Nurses/Midwives ONLY**
NU6120 Patient Safety (10 credits)
NU6123 Independent Study in Advanced Nursing or Midwifery Practice (5 credits) **Registered Nurses/Midwives ONLY**
NU6124 Global Perspectives on Advanced Practitioner Roles in Nursing or Midwifery (10 credits)
NU6126 Physical Assessment for Nursing Practice (5 credits)
NU6127 Elective Orthopaedic Nursing - Adult (10 credits) **Registered Nurses ONLY**
NU6128 Orthopaedic Trauma Nursing - Adult (10 credits) **Registered Nurses ONLY**
NU6133 Mental Health Needs of People with an Intellectual Disability (5 credits)
NU6145 Foundations of Cancer Care (10 credits)
NU6146 Cancer Management and Supportive Cancer Care 1 (10 credits)
NU6147 Cancer Management and Supportive Cancer Care 2 (5 credits)
NU6150 Nursing Management of Neonates (10 credits) **Registered Nurses/Midwives working in neonatal or paediatric care ONLY**
NU6152 Medical and Surgical Nursing of Individuals with Cardiorespiratory Problems (10 credits)
NU6153 Preparation for Birth and Parenthood Facilitation (10 credits)
NU6154 Advanced Practice in Midwifery (10 credits)
NU6158 Evidence Based Cervical Screening (10 credits)

Apart from NU6116, NU6123, NU6124 and NU6154 these modules will not necessarily run unless minimum recruitment targets of 10 students are achieved.

Students who complete CPD modules may apply for exemptions from similar or relevant modules if taken within a five year period.

Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules 2017/2018.

School of Pharmacy

Entry Requirements
Applicants must be registered with the relevant professional accreditation authority and must provide proof of this registration (via professional registration number which can be verified) and a birth certificate or valid passport in order to register.

The following modules are available:
MH5001 Health Literacy for Health and Social Care Settings (5 credits)
PF6501
Special Topics in Clinical Pharmacy Asthma (5 credits)
PF6502 Special Topics in Clinical Pharmacy Diabetes (5 credits)
PF6504 Coagulation Management for Healthcare Professionals (5 credits)
PF6505 Special Topics in Clinical Pharmacy Cardiovascular Disease - Dyslipidaemia and Hypertension (5 credits)
PF6506 Special Topics in Clinical Pharmacy Cardiovascular Disease - Congestive Heart Failure and Stroke (5 credits)
PF6508 Special Topics in Clinical Pharmacy - Travel Health and Medicines (5 credits)

Note: Modules may not be run unless there is a minimum requirement of 10 participants.

The following modules from the MSc in Clinical Pharmacy are also available to take as CPD:

PF6001 Biostatistics/Critical Appraisal (5 credits)
PF6005 Pharmacoeconomics (5 credits)
PF6006 Pharmacotherapy II (15 credits)
PF6007 Pharmacotherapy III (10 credits)
PF6009 Pharmacotherapy I (15 credits)
PF6010 Pharmacology, Therapeutics and Rational Use of Drugs (10 credits)

A student who successfully completes and passes a module under CPD and who satisfies the programme eligibility criteria may be eligible for exemptions if he/she subsequently undertakes a Postgraduate Certificate/Postgraduate Diploma/MSc in Clinical Pharmacy within five years from the date of successful completion of the module (and subject to the module being offered on the Postgraduate Certificate/Postgraduate Diploma/MSc Clinical Pharmacy programmes).

Entry Requirements 
As per MSc (Clinical Pharmacy)
(Pathway I)

The following modules from the MSc in Pharmaceutical Technology and Quality Systems are also available to take as CPD:

PF6200 Pharmaceutical Chemistry (10 credits)
PF6201 Pharmaceutical Dosage Form Design (5 credits)
PF6202 Pharmaceutical Manufacturing - API to Finished Product (5 credits)
PF6203 Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Sterile Manufacturing (5 credits)
PF6204 Biopharmaceutical Development of Investigational Medicinal Products (5 credits)
PF6205
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (5 credits)
PF6206
Pharmaceutical Statistics and Process Control (5 credits)
PF6207
Pharmaceutical Plant and Process: From Design through Validation (5 credits)
PF6208
Quality Management Systems and Regulatory Affairs (5 credits)
PF6209
Role and Professional Duties of the Qualified Person (5 credits)
PT6401 Pharmacology (5 credits)

Entry Requirements
As per MSc (Pharmaceutical Technology and Quality Systems).
(Pathway I)
All candidates must be approved by the programme committee within the School of Pharmacy. Applicants may be short listed for interview.

*Note: Candidates who successfully complete this programme and wish to become a QP must apply to the HPRA to become registered as a QP and should also note the following:

Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules 2017/2018.

Programmes in the College of Medicine and Health
As part of UCC's commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), healthcare professionals may take a one-off module from the following programmes and be provided with a relevant transcript of marks:

Postgraduate Diploma in Palliative Care
Master of Public Health
MSc (Evidence Based Therapy Practice
MSc (Clinical Pharmacy)
Master of Dental Public Health

Module descriptions are contained in the Book of Modules 2017/2018.


Open ALL sections above