Duration: 1 year full time
Form: Coursework and Dissertation



What’s special about this course?

  • The opportunity to learn from world-leading practitioners and academics from a range of disciplines in health and social science.
  • Focus on development of necessary knowledge and generic and specific skills in preparation for roles in policy, practice, or academe.
  • Developed by the School of Medicine in collaboration with the Schools of Management, Geography, and International Relations.

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Course Overview

The main aim of this programme is to develop the skills and knowledge needed to fulfil roles as global health implementation practitioners, policy-makers, or academics. This is achieved through the provision of a detailed theoretical understanding of the global health implementation literature and issues within the field associated with the attainment and maintenance of health, on a global level. We seek to support the development of critical thinkers and radical practitioners in global health implementation.

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