Genomic Medicine MSc/PgCert/PgDip and modules are suitable for doctors, healthcare professionals and students with an interest in Genomic Medicine.
|1 year full-time, 2 years part-time|
March 2017 start deadline: closed for applications
|This qualification is awarded by St George's and taught in partnership with King’s College London. Both institutions are NHS preferred providers.|
|Open to: UK, EU/EEA and non-EU (International) citizens|
|NHS staff can apply for complete funding from Health Education England (HEE)|
This course follows a curriculum designed by Health Education England and is suitable for healthcare professionals and other students with an interest in Genomic Medicine. As a jointly taught programme delivered by St George’s and King's, students will benefit from the breadth of expertise provided by both institutions.
You will learn how recent technological advances have transformed how genetic data is generated, analysed and presented and its relevance to a range of clinical scenarios. Development of knowledge and skills in these areas will further enable healthcare professionals to deliver services aligned with the values of the NHS constitution.This is a flexible programme, structured to provide options for PgCert and PgDip awards as well as the MSc or if you prefer, modular study towards your Continuous Personal and Professional Development (CPPD).
Funding is available from Health Education England (HEE) for NHS employees wishing to apply for the programme (and individual modules); employees who wish to apply for this funding should do so before applying for the course.
Apply for HEE funding on the HEE website
Successful applications for funding do not necessarily guarantee acceptance onto the MSc/PgDip/PgCert programme or individual modules.
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Last Updated: Thursday, 09 February 2017 09:21