We offer a wide range of innovative distance learning programmes in global health.
Masters programmes associated with the Global Health Academy bring together disciplines from across the University.
Biodiversity, Wildlife and Ecosystem Health: This programme is offered by the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. It offers the interdisciplinary training necessary to understand and manage the natural environment.
Clinical Education: This programme is offered by the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. Here health care professionals and veterinary practitioners learn best practice in clinical education.
Global Challenges: A new interdisciplinary interactive MSc programme exploring the complex relationships that drive and power global health, development, society and environment. The MSc in Global Challenges is currently pending formal approval.
Global eHealth: This interdisciplinary programme introduces health informatics in the context of international health systems and global health challenges, supported by specialist courses covering areas such as public health informatics, telehealthcare and mHealth.
Global Health and Infectious Diseases: Infectious diseases are a major global concern, resulting in 11 million deaths per year and many more lives affected by reduced productivity and missed educational opportunities. This programme aims address the challenges posed by infectious diseases in the 21st Century.
International Animal Health: This programme is offered by the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. Here you will learn to identify, control and manage animal diseases, and develop expertise in the social and economic factors affecting the welfare of livestock.
International Animal Welfare: This programme is ideal for individuals who wish to gain a world-class qualification in Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law.
LLM in Medical Law and Ethics: An interdisciplinary programme focusing on the important issues affecting medicine, law and ethics today, within international, European and domestic settings. This programme can be studied full time or part time and offers start dates in September and January.
Global Health and Non-Communicable Diseases: This is a flexible online Masters programme in global public health, specialising in understanding this emerging global burden of non-communicable diseases now seriously affecting low and middle income countries The programme looks at the impact and underlying causes and drivers, exploring innovative ways in which different health systems are tackling the underlying determinants and developing prevention and treatment strategies.
One Health: The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies will be starting a new on-line distance learning programme in September 2013. This MSc draws together Edinburgh’s multidisciplinary expertise with a proven track record to deliver first-class teaching in One Health.
Paediatric Emergency Medicine: This online programme is offered by the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine and has been designed to provide the educational background required for clinicians managing medical emergencies in children.
Clinical Management of Pain: This programme provides advanced pain management education for graduates in medicine, dentistry, nursing, physiotherapy, psychology and other disciplines involved in pain management
Science Communication and Public Engagement: Many career opportunities are emerging at the interface between scientific research and public bodies. There is a greater need to demonstrate the impact of publicly funded research and to help the general public appreciate the value of science. This programme, offered by the School of Biomedical Sciences, will develop your knowledge of current issues and the latest methodologies.
Surgical Sciences: This programme is offered by the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. It is designed to meet the needs of the modern surgeon in training.
MVetSci in Conservation Medicine: The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies will be starting a new part-time online distance learning MVetSci in Conservation Medicine in September 2012.
Information on English language requirements for programmes in the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine can be found here:
This article was published on Jan 20, 2014