The postgraduate Allergy programmes draw on our clinical, research and education strengths. The multidisciplinary nature makes it suitable for GPs, hospital-based doctors, nurses, dietitians and scientists who are involved with adult and paediatric patients. You will be brought up to date with current best practice, allowing you to improve your management of patients with allergies. You will also gain the skills to share your allergy knowledge with colleagues and patients. Our flexible postgraduate course offers you the option of tailoring your learning to suit your needs. You can choose from studying single modules, PG Certificate, PG Diploma or the full MSc Allergy. We have full time and part time study options.
Core modules: Foundations of Allergic Disease; Allergy Dissertation; Clinical Research Skills Option modules: Allergic Airways Disease; Food Allergy; Allergic Skin Disease; Drug Allergy; Teaching the Teachers to Teach; virtual Patient; Work Based Learning
Assessments vary but may include: presentations, reflective accounts and written assignments, clinical case reports, data analysis and reporting. There is also a science e-learning package available with self-assessment
You need at least a 2:2 degree in a relevant subject. This course is also available as an intercalation degree for undergraduate medical students. We may also consider an application if you have a relevant professional qualification, for example you may be a registered nurse without an undergraduate degree. You must submit all supporting documents, including evidence that you can satisfy our English language requirement, when you submit your application.
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