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"The teaching staff are one of the real strengths of the course and places it ahead of many potential rivals. Students know they will be taught by key academics and practitioners in the field of palliative care."
"This course ultimately helped me to gain my current post as a clinical nurse specialist in palliative care."
"Practical examples of things I am now confident to do include understanding the process of negotiation and strategic planning in order to assist with local service development and advise and supervise other StRs wishing to undertake or appraise research."
Applying Epidemiology to Palliative Care:
"Epidemiology sounds very dry, but taking part in this module will change your perspective! You will have fun learning to understand and apply different study designs, measurements of disease and effect, and be able to think through any piece of research far more confidently."
"The module is, in general, much more flexible and interactive than others, with opportunity to contribute to the module from your own background. This can make for a very dynamic and enjoyable process, and we would highly recommend it."
"Do not be put off doing this module in the first year (if you are undertaking the MSc part time). It will contribute enormously to your research project, building on and developing concepts only touched on in the Research module."