University of Buckingham

MSc in Health Psychology

University of Buckingham
In Buckingham

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Typology Postgraduate
Location Buckingham
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Description

As of January 2018, we are proud to offer an MSc in Health Psychology. Bridging the gap between medicine and psychology, the course focuses on understanding the behavioural processes around health and sickness. This programme will allow students to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for research and practice as a Heath Psychologist. The programme covers a wide-range of approaches, from advanced research methods, through to a working and evidence-based knowledge of theory and behaviour-change interventions.
Much like our undergraduate programme, this course will adopt a personalised teaching style built on creating relationships between students and staff. All modules will be taught using the same tutorial style of teaching, in which students will be taught weekly in groups of 7 or fewer, allowing for regular quality contact time with your lecturer. It is through this method that students can achieve excellence in their qualification in a supportive environment.

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Buckingham
Hunter Street, MK18 1EG, Buckinghamshire, England
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Starts Different dates available
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Buckingham
Hunter Street, MK18 1EG, Buckinghamshire, England
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What you'll learn on the course

Community Care
Psychology
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Health Psychology
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Health Psychology

Course programme

Over the course of the programme, you will develop a strong knowledge base and skill-set appropriate for professional practice in Health Psychology. You’ll learn to analyse, debate, discuss and devise behaviour-change interventions for use in primary, secondary and community care. We encourage autonomy in design and analysis of research, allowing you to develop your skills towards becoming an independent researcher, with an increased awareness of the practical reality of working with short- and long-term health conditions.ContactIf you’d like to know more about the programme, please contact:Dr Emily Doe
Programme Director for MSc Health Psychology
Rosie Johnson
Admissions Officer

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