The course will be delivered using a variety of methods that have been chosen to optimise your learning of clinical theories and skills. All methods have been designed to maximise the level of interaction and engagement with tutors and fellow students.
All modules, with the exception of simulation classes for Injection Therapy and Pelvic Health, do not require attendance on campus and will be available via interactive online lectures and seminars.
In addition to the online delivery, each module will provide an optional campus-based teaching day for students wishing to attend campus. There will be equivalent online teaching available for students that do not wish to attend the optional campus-based teaching day.
A member of the academic team will act as your personal tutor throughout your time at University. They will be a source of support and will help you to make the most of your studies and time at University. You will have scheduled tutor meetings and be able to access your tutor as required either online or via face to face meetings on campus.
For MSc Students undertaking research dissertations we do not anticipate disruption to your research schedule. However, if necessary, we may adapt the methods of research in line with current health restrictions and guidance.
A variety of assessment formats will be used to support your learning. Assessments for all modules will not require attendance on campus, with the exception of Injection Therapy and Pelvic Health assessments which will be in person on campus.