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30 hours over 4 days + 120 hours home study
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Persons with a degree (medical or non-medical) or professional qualifications and/or practical experience (usually at least three years’ postgraduate work experience) sufficient to pursue the programme of study.
University of Surrey, Guildford, GU2 7XH, Surrey, United Kingdom

Module Overview

To identify a research   question and plan a research project and structure a dissertation. The module   is central to MSc Pharmaceutical Medicine and MSc Pharmaceutical Medicine   with Clinical Pharmacology

 Module Aims

This module aims to develop:

  •   Ability to formulate a scientific   question and plan a research project with appropriate methods.
  •   Critical awareness of the structure of   dissertation
  •   Techniques for acquiring and appraising data and for   using appropriate statistical analyses
  •   Critical evaluation of published literature, clinical   database and questionnaires
  •   Critical awareness of good scientific writing.



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