Masters in Research (Health)

NURP050/NURP051

Community nursing - health education

Health Research Dissertation

The Health Research Dissertation module is the key applied element of the MRes in Health Research and prepares and supports students to develop and apply research skills and knowledge. 

NURP003/NURP004

MRes Health using PC

Qualitative Research and Analysis

This module will give you understanding of research which uses qualitative methods.  It will help you develop practical critical skills to critique the use of numbers in reports, academic journals or even the media and is a pre-requisite for those who wish to complete their MSc Advanced Practice with a research proposal dissertation.

NURP005 / NURP006

MRes Health using PC

Quantitative Research and Analysis

This module will give you understanding of research which uses quantitative methods.  It will help you develop practical critical skills to critique the use of numbers in reports, academic journals or even the media.

NURP007

MRes Healthcare researcher

Research Ethics and Governance

A module which will develop your understanding of legal, regulatory issues and good clinical practice in contemporary healthcare research.

NURP010

Community nursing - health education

Research in Practice

This module aims to provide you with an opportunity to carry out a practice placement in a health research setting of their choice. It aims to provide an individualised, flexible opportunity to gain invaluable experience in the field of health research.

NURP001

MRes Health Seminar Group

Skills for Knowledge Enquiry

This module provides you with an opportunity to consider the theory and practice of healthcare research and apply those skills to their own area of practice. It is suitable for professionals from a wide range of health and social care backgrounds, as well as students from other academic disciplines.

NURP008

MRes Health students

Study Design in Practice

This module lets you work remotely with a small team of other students to produce a research proposal for review by a panel of senior researchers.

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