Internal Medicine - MSc, PGDip, PGCert

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About the course

The course provides clinicians with a rounded education in internal medicine, including current advances in medical sciences and their application in the clinical arena. It is designed for medical trainees interested in professional and academic development in the field of internal medicine.

Students will gain a detailed understanding of core research methodologies, critical evaluation, evidence-based approaches and the pathophysiology of conditions of clinical interest, preparing them for advanced practice and senior clinical posts.

The course will equip students to be high-achieving consultants and clinical leaders by combining clinical knowledge with professional development learning in the three key domains of leadership; communication, learning and teaching; along with the development of research and publishing skills. It will also prepare students to engage in substantive research projects leading to MD or PhD.

Run in partnership with educators, commissioners and practitioners from throughout the region, the course has support from Health Education Kent, Surrey, and Sussex (HEKSS).

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