Who should study MRes Health Informatics?
This course is designed for those with experience in health informatics who want to make a contribution to the field by helping develop the knowledge base. Applications for non-graduates with domain expertise are welcome.
Students must undertake 3 modules of a total of 60 credits at level in their first academic year. The second year will comprise supervised completion of a research based thesis. The requirements for supervision and review, as set out for standard research degrees, will be integrated into the course.
Only 3 individual weeks of attendance required in the first 9 months, one week for each of the modules.
PMRM01 Critical Appraisal and Evaluation
Any one existing health informatics module relating to the chosen topic.
PMIM601 Undertaking health informatics research