Middlesex University

Mental Health Studies MSc

Middlesex University
In London

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Typology Master
Location London
Duration 1 Year
Start Different dates available
  • Master
  • London
  • Duration:
    1 Year
  • Start:
    Different dates available
Description

Emagister has added this amazing Master programme to its courses list. If you are interested in go deeper in Mental Health studies, this a good option to proceed.

This unique programme is tailored to allow practitioners who work in mental health services to build upon previous knowledge and experience in the area. It aims to enhance this prior knowledge and experience to facilitate your development and mastery in mental health related skills and knowledge. It is anticipated that completing this MSc will enable you to contribute to the enhancement of professional mental health practice, research and service development.

Please note: This course does not lead to registration as a mental health nurse or other mental health practitioner.

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Where and when
Starts Location
Different dates available
London
The Burroughs, NW4 4BT, London, England
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Starts Different dates available
Location
London
The Burroughs, NW4 4BT, London, England
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To take into account

· Requirements

Entry requirements UK & EU International How to apply Qualifications A good honours degree (2:2 or above) A minimum of two years experience in the mental health field, providing they have a professional qualification in a field of mental health practice, eg. medicine, mental health nursing, social work or an allied discipline Exceptionally, students who do not have a degree but who can provide evidence of their ability to study at Masters level, and have three years experience of working in the mental health field (voluntary or paid) may be considered Further requirements nce If you have...

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Elaine Vassell
4.5 16/08/2016
What I would highlight: I have acquired knowledge and skills to understand the importance in such areas as leadership and quality assurance. By far the best thing is the kindness and helpfulness of the tutors.
What could be improved: Nothing
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

Mental Health
Risk Assessment
IT
healthcare
Dementia
IT Development
Skills and Training
Interventions
Cognitive
Transferable skills
Family Work
Social Inclusion
Diagnosis|Leadership

Course programme

Course content

What will you study on the MSc Mental Health Studies?

Applicants undertaking this route will need to complete 180 credits. This will be made up of:

  1. Research methods module (30 credits)
    Here you will undertake a module which enables you to develop your research methods skills. This will give you 30 academic credits .

  2. Dissertation/ Work based learning project module (60 credits)

  3. Optional Modules (90 credits) (subject to change)
    The remaining credits will be made up of optional modules which can be found in the list below. This list is not exhaustive; you may choose other modules from any School within the University if they complement your programme of mental health studies or professional practice:
    • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy ( 15 credits)
    • Risk Assessment and Management in Mental Health (15 credits)
    • Social Inclusion and Recovery in Mental Health (15 credits)
    • Meeting the needs of people with dementia and their carers (15 credits)
    • Delivering Evidence Based Dementia Care (15 credits)
    • Foundations in Working with Dual Diagnosis (available as Distance Learning) (30 credits)
    • Assessment and treatments in Dual Diagnosis (available as Distance Learning) (30 credits)
    • Leadership for Public and Community Services (15 credits)
    • Service Development and Quality Improvement (15 credits)
    • Physical Care Skills for Mental Health Professionals (15 credits)
    • Mentorship Preparation (15 credits)

Applicants who have undertaken prior learning for which they have gained academic credit, may be able to use these credits towards the final award of masters.

If you do not wish to study the full MSc, you can complete a PGCert (60 credits) where you choose a combination of Optional Modules from the list above.

If you do not wish to study the full MSc, you can complete a PGDip (120 credits) where you study one core module and the remaining 90 credits are chosen from the Optional Modules list above.


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