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New Programme *MSc Podiatric Medicine* NUI Galway

Tuesday 24 Apr 2018

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NEW PROGRAMME * MSc Podiatric Medicine* NUI GALWAY commencing September 2018.

 

The MSc in Podiatric Medicine is for qualified podiatrists wanting to build on their skills and knowledge, advance their professional practice, and earn a further professional and academic qualification.

 

Full time (1 year) and part-time (2 years) options are available.

 

The modules are structured as follows for the part-time 2 year course:

 

Year 1 (60 ECTs)

Core Modules

Musculoskeletal Conditions of the Foot & Ankle (semester 1)

Inflammatory Arthropathies of the Foot & Ankle (semester 1)

Advanced Research Methods (semester 2)

Management of Diabetic Foot Disease (semester 2)

Vascular Disease (semester 2)

Optional Modules (choose 1)

Advanced Wound Management

Venous Leg Ulcers

 

Year 2 (30 ECTs)

Research Dissertation Project (30 ECTs) (full year).

 

Content will primarily delivered through blended learning on our virtual learning site Blackboard. There will be approximately 10 contact days per semester.

 

The costs are outlined on the flyer below and further information can be found at: http://www.nuigalway.ie/medicine-nursing-and-health-sciences/taught-postgraduate-courses/podiatricmedicinemscmphil/

 

Applications can be made online through the PAC system: http://www.pac.ie/main.php?inst=gy&ln=e

 

Stand-alone Professional Credit award modules are also available including Management of the Diabetic Foot and Vascular Disease (see attached flyers) for those who may not want to commit to the full MSc programme.

 

Please feel free to contact Professor Caroline McIntosh with any queries.

 

Professor Caroline McIntosh|Established Professor and Head of Podiatric Medicine|School of Health Sciences |

Áras Moyola|NUI Galway|E-Mail: caroline.mcintosh@nuigalway.ie| Web: www.nuigalway.ie/podiatry|

Direct Line: +35391495869 | Fax: +35391495591|

 

Alliance for Research and Innovation in Wounds. http://www.nuigalway.ie/ariw/

 

 

 

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