The Organ Transplantation programme from University of Liverpool provides the opportunity for candidates to work with international colleagues under the leadership of transplant surgeons, clinicians and scientists based in expert clinical centres from around the UK.
This course focuses on renal (adult and paediatric) and pancreatic transplantation and is delivered by experienced transplant clinicians from various UK and reputable overseas transplant centres to enhance the exposure of the candidates to different clinical experience and practice.
The course is designed to develop knowledge and understanding of the clinical sciences underpinning transplantation and the management of every stage in the recipient and donor journey, both pre and post-surgery. All our teaching is research-connected, mapped to the current and rapidly evolving evidence base in this exciting specialty. The philosophy is for us to equip you with the knowledge, skills and attributes, underpinned by the evidence base to develop and enhance the care of patients.
The programme has been developed specifically for surgeons/clinicians who are working in the specialist arena of renal transplantation. Prior experience is essential in these clinical specialities prior to application.
Candidates will be able to apply the skills they learn on this course in their everyday workplace to deliver a better standard of care for your patients.
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- Advanced Clinical Transplantation Immunology
- Renal Transplantation: Current Practice and Procedures
- Advanced Practice: Current Trends in Management of Long Term Post Transplantation Complications
- Integrated Care, Ethics and Decision Making in Complex Transplantation Practice
- Dissertation for Organ Transplantation
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- 18 months
- 36 months
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This programme is available to University graduates with a primary medical qualification. The entry requirements are as follows:
- Currently working or have recently worked in the field of Transplantation, Renal Medicine or related subspecialties.
- A letter of support from their line manager confirming the student will have access to an appropriate work-based clinical environment in transplantation.
- Must be able to access the minimum technical requirements for online study access.
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International9500 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 9500 GBP per year during 18 months.
National9500 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 9500 GBP per year during 18 months.
- UK fee MSc: £9,500, PGA: £2,150, PGCert: £3,200, PGDip: £6,350
- International fee: MSc: £9,500, PGA: £2,150, PGCert: £3,200, PGDip: £6,350
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.