Complementary Medicines, Therapies and Well-Being by Published Work (P052426) (Research)

University of Westminster, London

Degree level: Postgraduate

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Course summary

TEF Bronze

University of Westminster, London has opted into the TEF and received a Bronze award.

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Research into Complementary Medicines, Therapies and Well-being is loosely grouped into three areas of study: Community health and well-being promotes positive community well-being, effective service delivery, evaluation, community engagement and good governance. Patient Experience Research focuses on self-management approaches to health; how being a patient is meaningful and adds value to understanding illness and recovery; and how to promote health and well-being at the social level. The EAST medicine (East Asian Sciences and Traditions in Medicine) is a world-leading centre in the field of East Asian medicine. Focusing on understanding East Asian medicines and facilitating their evidence-based integration into contemporary healthcare.

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Entry requirements

Applicants should have a minimum classification of 2.1 in their first degree or equivalent and preferably a master's degree (or masters degree pending). Applicants whose first degree has not been studied in English should have IELTS 6.5 overall and 6.0 in all elements. Submissions for this award will consist of a coherent body of work which is of the same quality, rigour and volume as required of a standard PhD in your field and which constitutes an original contribution to knowledge. Publications considered appropriate for this route can include books and book chapters, refereed journal papers. The body of work may not include any material produced more than ten years before the date of submission. Applicants need to submit a research proposal of 2000 words which should include a list of applicant's publications with dates, word count, percentage of contribution for any collaborative work and confirmation from co-authors of this percentage. References are normally required and if not provided with your application will be requested at a later date.


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Complementary Medicines, Therapies and Well-Being by Published Work (P052426) at University of Westminster, London - UCAS