Part-time. e-learning options available
PGCert: 12 months | PGDip: 24 months | MClinRes: 36 months
Stand-alone modules also available
This is a taught modular programme, delivered by Newcastle University with The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
It delivers high caliber, inter-disciplinary integrated training in research methodology focusing on the translation of research findings into therapy. It is possible to study this programme by attending teaching days on campus or through e-learning and it is possible to study 2 years concurrently at the discretion of the Degree Programme Director.
The programme provides professionals within the NHS (and international equivalents), ancillary services and industry with a comprehensive understanding of the processes involved in planning, conducting, analysing and writing up clinical research.
It will be particularly suitable if you are:
"Formal training in research methods and research governance provides an important springboard for the inexperienced clinical researcher. The Master of Clinical Research degree at Newcastle University has an excellent syllabus and the added bonus of multi-disciplinary input by faculty and students."
Professor James P Neilson, NIHR (National Institute for Health Research) Dean for Training.
The programme is delivered by researchers with active research programmes in ageing, cellular medicine and neuroscience and is hosted by the Faculty of Medical Sciences Graduate School.
The programme has the following pathways you can choose:
Flexible study options are available - you can select to study modules on an individual basis to support your Continual Professional Development or you can choose to study via e-learning. Please contact the programme team for further details.
Application for Masters in Clinical Research for nurses, midwives and AHP’s now open. Deadline for applications 22nd May 2013. Download the nurses, midwives and AHPs Masters in Clinical Research application form (PDF 197KB).