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This is a distance learning course, enabling participation by both national and international students drawn from a range of health related disciplines. The course will be delivered in a part-time (three years) mode. This part-time distance learning approach to the programme design allows students to study in their home country whilst engaged in practice, allowing them opportunities to directly apply the programme content to impact on their sphere of professional practice. Students undertaking this programme will be engaged in promoting global health in some capacity, whether this is at a strategic national level, for example contributing to the development of global health policy at a strategic local level, for example being responsible for plans to strengthen a local system of health care or working at the interface of delivering a health initiative to a community, for example as a project worker, or health professional. Regardless of the level at which the practitioner is working along this continuum, as change agents, they need to be able to critically analyse and evaluate all those factors influencing a situation (whether these are political, historical, economical, cultural etc.), be able to apply evidence-based knowledge and to reconstruct the situation in a realistic and workable way. The MSc Global Health and Wellbeing develops these skills by adopting a model of inquiry design.

This is a distance learning course, enabling participation by both national and international students drawn from a range of health related disciplines. The course will be delivered in a part-time (three years) mode. This part-time distance learning approach to the programme design allows students to study in their home country whilst engaged in practice, allowing them opportunities to directly...

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