Prehospital Medicine at Queen Mary University of London - UCAS

Course summary

This part-time MSc in Prehospital Medicine is for doctors and paramedics who wish to gain an advanced knowledge in prehospital medicine and who want to make a difference within their healthcare professions. This innovative programme follows the hugely successful iBSc in Prehospital Medicine delivered at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, an internationally renowned institution. The MSc brings together key areas of theory and practice necessary for advanced practioners. Focussing on both the tried and tested and the novel - combining concepts, materials and practice to form the technical and non-technical basis for praxis. The programme will be run in partnership with the Institute of Pre-hospital Care (IoPHC) at London’s Air Ambulance, world leaders in the field of prehospital medicine. IoPHC as a central mission a drive for excellence in pre-hospital care through education, innovation and research and this collaboration serves toward realising that aim. Modules are synergistic and together form a basis for an exciting master’s level degree programme. For example, a focus on human factors, simulation and performance is joined with modules exploring cutting-edge science - applied to patients who present in the pre-hospital phase of care – toward providing a holistic, realistic, practice-based medical education. Each module includes taught materials from experts in subject areas, which is enhanced by bridging assignments that bind concepts and ideas. Ultimately the degree is relevant for those who are passionate about this specialty, with each taught component having direct relevance for those who regularly practice in the field.


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How to apply

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Entry requirements

Degree requirements Doctors must have an MBBS degree and a minimum of 3 years experience post-registration. Other routes Paramedics must have a first degree in Paramedic Practice at 2:2 or above, be registered with the Health Professions Council and have a minimum of 3 years experience. Nurses must have a first degree in Nursing at 2:2 or above, be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and practicing for a minimum of 3 years. Paramedics and nurses without a first degree will be considered under exceptional circumstances provided there is evidence of substantial experience in the prehospital field. Additional information Please note: We will share the application details you submit to Queen Mary with the Institute of Pre-hospital Care at London’s Air Ambulance because it will be necessary for the performance of any contract between you and QMUL/ Institute of Pre-hospital Care at London’s Air Ambulance. Please refer to the privacy notice for applicants on our Data Protection webpages for further information.

Fees and funding

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Students enrolling on a postgraduate degree programme are charged tuition fees each year by Queen Mary. The rate you will be charged depends on whether you are assessed as a Home/EU or Overseas student. You can find tuition fees for each course on the course finder pages on our website: Further details about postgraduate taught tuition fees can also be found on our website:

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Prehospital Medicine at Queen Mary University of London - UCAS