- An excellent worldwide reputation in emergency medicine, trauma surgery and critical care
- Delivered by a leading UK Medical School — in the top seven multi-faculty research institutions (REF 2014)
- In collaboration with Don’t Forget The Bubbles, a leader in PEM online education
- Part-time hours allows you to work alongside gaining a qualification
- Acquire an understanding of specialised techniques applicable to your own research or advanced scholarship
This course will provide practising doctors, nurses, paramedics and physician associates the opportunity to gain a thorough expertise in the field of PEM. It will be delivered online allowing access from anywhere in the world.
The PEM MSc at Queen Mary covers the breadth of PEM presentations, and you’ll be taught by world-leading experts recognised for their cutting-edge research and teaching. Together we will explore and deepen your understanding of a diverse range of topics such as congenital heart disease, seizures, and gynaecological presentations, while fine-tuning your existing knowledge on research methodology, safeguarding, and presentation skills. The format will allow for online discussion around the clinical questions we face in our practice each day. You will fine-tune your skills of reading the evidence-base, assessing and summarising it, and conveying that to your peers through knowledge translation.
The programme is delivered by Queen Mary in collaboration with global paediatric educational organisation Don't Forget The Bubbles (DFTB). You will learn from world-leading experts from Barts and The London and Don’t Forget The Bubbles, recognised for their cutting-edge research and teaching. You will also have access to video and audio recordings of all lectures and other online resources including DFTB Essentials, Beyond Essentials, and other 2021 DFTB Digital courses, journals, books and databases.
The PGCert is delivered over 1 year with 4 compulsory taught modules. Each 15-credit module consists of approximately 6 hours of livestream sessions and linked weekly discussion on the forum. Each module offers around 40 hours contact time and 110 hours self-directed study.The PGDip is delivered over 2 years with 8 compulsory taught modules (4 per year). Each 15-credit module consists of approximately 6 hours of livestream sessions and linked weekly discussion on the forum. Each module offers around 40 hours contact time and 110 hours self-directed study.The MSc is delivered over 3 years with 8 compulsory taught modules spaced over 2 years (4 per year), and a scientific paper and conference presentation for the 3rd year. Each 15-credit module consists of approximately 6 hours of livestream sessions and linked weekly discussion on the forum. Each module offers around 40 hours contact time and 110 hours self-directed study.
- 36 months
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
Please see website for specific information about entry requirements for doctors, nurses, paramedics, and physician associates/assistants
International22000 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 11000 GBP per semester during 36 months.
National11300 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 5650 GBP per semester during 36 months.
The course fee is charged per annum for the first 2 years
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.
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