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Tame your Wicked Issues in medical education: What has you stuck? How to get unstuck with Adaptive Action.

Webinar to accompany Professor Mennins Blog.

Simple and complicated problems require time and expertise to solve, but, if you work at it long enough and know enough, you will be able to fin...

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Online MSc Global Mental Health

When it comes to investment, mental health trails far behind other fields of healthcare. This opens a world of opportunity for passionate people looking to create sustainable strategies to address the treatment gap and lead the charge for mental wellbeing. Learn from leading faculty within the University of Glasgow’s esteemed Institute of Health and Wellbeing.

International focus

Taught by international experts with extensive experience in the field, the 100% online programme incorporates leading research, cutting-edge topics and first-hand insights. Suicide, psychosis and neurological conditions are just a sample of the topics explored. Ideal if you are looking to operate in either an international or local scale, this programme will enable you to gain the tools needed to improve mental health services anywhere in the world.

Throughout the programme, you will be encouraged to think critically about the risks of globalising ideas around mental illness, learn how to develop and implement policies to reduce the burden of mental health and understand how social and cultural factors impact understandings of global mental health.

Choose your own path

The University of Glasgow tailors its online programmes to suit its students. The MSc offers a variety of study options from videos, live seminars and discussions - all of which are designed to help you learn, whilst also helping you achieve your career goals. Our lecture team offer a wide variety of experience, from clinical psychology and social work, to anthropology and law; this variety gives you the flexibility to choose your own line of research.

100% online, interactive learning

Studying online means you don’t have to sacrifice your current career in order to pursue a new one. With industry-lead teaching and cutting-edge research, you’ll be able to study the entire programme without having to set foot on campus. Whether you want to study an MSc, a PgDip or a PgCert, or choose your duration of study between 1 – 6 years, you can tailor the programme to meet your specific requirements. At the University of Glasgow, you can further your ambitions without compromising your current commitments.

World changers welcome: join us and make your mark.

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Health, Health Care and Health Education: Problems, Paradigms, and Patterns: Routledge Handbook of the Medical Humanities

ESME Skills in Action course leader and previous ESME Leadership course leaders provide a chapter for the new Routledge Handbook of the Medical Humanities.

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Society for Academic CME - 2021 Annual Meeting

The world has seen great change in the last year and CPD has seen its share of impact.

The theme for this year’s event Art and Science of CPD: New Technology, New Knowledge, New Lear...

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Harden's Blog
Harden's Blog

HARDEN'S BLOG: What about Avatars?, An opportunity for networking, and Face-to-face vs online learning.

In his latest blog Professor Harden asks What about Avatars?, and discusses an opportunity for networking, and face-to-face vs online learning.

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Denis O’Leary Medical Education Award 2021

The Oxford Centre for Medical Education (OxCME) is announcing the launch of the Denis O’Leary Medical Education Award 2021.

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AMEE SIG: Patient Safety and Quality Improvement

AMEE is forming a new Special Interest Group (SIG) of health educators interested in optimizing educational programming in patient safety (PS) and quality improvement (QI).

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