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The Department is very active in research and is involved in the following ongoing projects.

•    European health policy and its implementation in EU Member States
•    Functional diversity and team innovation
•    Health care innovation
•    Health system reforms
•    Key performance indicators and related behaviour in the health sector
•    Leadership in health care
•    Patients rights and cross border health care
•    Performance assessment frameworks
•    Psychological contract
•    Sexual health policy
•    Stress in health care settings
•    Societal impact of health services research
•    Social support and decision latitude/control
•    Risk management in health care
•    Use of industrial tools in health services management to improve performance and quality of care


Courses to be Offered as from October 2018

A list of courses to be offered by the Faculty as from October 2018, together with details on the application process and all the relevant information is available via the prospective students page.

Dates for interviews that will be held with applicants for limited number courses (in the event of over-subscription), as well as interviews to be held with applicants considered in terms of the ‘Adult Learner’ clause can be accessed here.

The page is constantly being updated. Applicants are advised to check the page regularly for further information.

Master of Science programme in Diabetes Care
The Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery will be offering a new Master of Science programme in Diabetes Care.

This Master degree will provide a clinical specialist postgraduate opportunity for practicing medical, nursing and allied health professionals in an area where continued development of practice is needed. This programme of studies will take an interdisciplinary approach, bringing students and academics of the different professional groups within the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery together, allowing interdisciplinary teaching, learning and research.

For further details please follow this link.
Last Updated: 12 February 2014

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