Dr Deborah Wake
Level 5, Medical Research Unit, University of Dundee, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, DD1 9SY
Tel: 01382 383560 or 07904154101
The MSc Quality Diabetes Care is a part time programme designed for healthcare professionals working in diabetes care settings who are keen to upskill their practice and knowledge and gain a formal postgraduate qualification.
Distance learning delivered by University of Dundee.
Application deadline: 31 July 2015
Course start date: 7 September 2015
Part-time, distance learning for students who are also working full time.
PG cert: 1 yearPG diploma: 2 yearsMSc: 3 years.
Type of study
Part time flexible study for working health care professionals over 1 year (certificate), 2 years (diploma) or 3 years (MSc). Interactive case based teaching, group working, online tutorials and workplace projects.
Applicants should normally have a good second class honours degree. The University of Dundee does, however, also take into consideration experience and alternative qualifications.
How achievement is assessed
The different modules are all assessed in slightly different ways. Assessment methods include: workplace diabetes care improvement projects (written up as an academic essay), reflective essays, essays on theory in to practice, and clinical case scenario management assessments (written papers).
Complete distance learning with online tutorials, lectures, interactive e-learning, case based studies and workplace assessments.