Health & Medicine
Health & Medicine

Study Health & Medicine in Prestigious Universities Around the World

Course Outline

It's a vast area of knowledge and not possible to consist of it in a few sentences, according to oxford reference “ Medicine and Health encompasses the study of the prevention, cure, and understanding of disease as well as the investigation of physical and mental wellbeing”.

For those who already completed higher secondary education from the department of science looking for a university studying abroad or students who completed their graduation on MBBS, Public Health, pharmacy, nursing or dental surgery wants to do post graduation or doctoral program from renowned universities across the world, health & medicine is a desired subject.

The range of modules will offer you excellent opportunities in various departments of health and medicine to develop your skills with international specialists in areas such as MBBS, Public Health, pharmacy, nursing or dental surgery;

the collaborative and partnership working or working under high-profile professors finding new research outcomes to tackle with global concerns.

Why Study Health & Medicine?

Day by day increasing health problems are viewed as a vital issue in today’s world to get rid of this situation health protection, promotion and disease prevention, a variety of new career opportunities have been generated for people with graduate, postgraduate or doctoral qualification in medicine.

Here is the wide range of programs available for overseas students and they have the opportunity to figure out their expected program by consulting with professionals. Whatever destination or university you choose for higher education, health & medicine is a must available course everywhere.

To make a complete combination between academic study and in field experience this could be a right place for your next phase of education. To explore your curious mind to save individual lives to use technology in relevant fields to select a dynamic profession to make sure a job security health & medicine course could be your best preferable field of career.

At Hand Amenities for Students

  • Enriched & automated library.
  • Beautiful green & technologically advanced campus.
  • Multimedia training & Conference room.
  • Work with medicine & health experts.
  • Chance to face new kinds of practical and intellectual challenges.
  • Easily accessible & well-equipped laboratories.
  • Great opportunity to take part in various global competitions.
  • Preparing research papers with medicine specialists.

Entry Qualifications

  • Applicants must be overseas citizens with a valid passport and be in good health.
  • High scores on the TOEFL or the IELTS or having the relevant evidence on english proficiency or language proficiency on your moving country.
  • Must need to have a excellent result in SSC , HSC or undergraduates to get scholarship or funding fees in your expected university.
  • As a consultancy farm We consider a wide range of qualifications and take care of all applications individually on merit. Don’t feel hesitate to consult with us we may find you the better option for your dream future that you still didn’t think of

Modules

Module content will include:
  1. Research and professional practice: Evidence-based practice, benchmarking, audit, evaluation, practice development and research, research methodologies.

  2. Key concepts and issues in social and behavioural research: Research topics and research questions, answering questions with data, validity and reliability of data, qualitative and quantitative data, description, exploration, finding connections, formulating and testing hypotheses, populations and sampling, phenomenology and positivism.

  3. Research traditions and designs: Ethnography, survey, experiment, mixed method, research proces

  4. Gathering and analysing data: Observation, questionnaires, interviews, psycho-bio-metrics. Data analysis and drawing conclusions

  5. Literature review: Searching, locating, reading and summarising, reviewing and critiquing, organising, synthesising, and using the literature

  6. Preparing the research proposal: Identifying research questions for chosen topic. Designing a study to address the questions. Data gathering and recording, data analysis. Considering alternative approaches: Critical analysis of alternative methods of research to the chosen approach.

  7. Ethical frameworks, constraints, data protection, confidentiality, human rights, Helsinki declaration

Module content will include:
  1. The nature and purposes of epidemiology and exploration of the concepts: prevalence, incidence, case controls, rates, risks and confidence intervals.

  2. Epidemiological study design: descriptive studies, retrospective studies, prospective studies, experimental studies. Dealing with chance, bias and confounding.

  3. Measurement of health and disease in populations using routinely collected and ad hoc data: for example, mortality and morbidity data, cancer registry data, surveys. Validated instruments to measure health, wellbeing, illness and disease. Statistical approaches to the analysis of epidemiological data.

  4. Epidemiological evidence: collating, analysing and interpreting data to prepare a population health needs assessment. Using Geographical Information Systems for spatial analysis.

  5. Formulating strategies for intervention and health service planning.

  6. Identifying contemporary health issues revealing patterns of health and disease using the time, place and person framework. Population demographics and health needs. Public health intelligence: systems, management and data security.

Module content will include:
  1. Use of leadership frameworks and toolkits, values, beliefs, self-awareness, role modelling, personal motivation, personal boundaries, creativity, mind mapping, action planning development, action learning sets, reflective practice.

  2. Team building, winning teams, leading change through teamwork, the learning organisation.

  3. Vision, setting direction, transformational leadership, innovation, influencing and negotiating skills, environmental scanning, organisational culture; systems thinking, theories and models, barriers to change, conflict resolution, organisational development, why leaders succeed or fail. 

  4. Frameworks for critiquing the provenance of polices. Political, economic, social and technological drivers for change.

  5. Service vision, collaborative working, client participation, integration and inclusiveness, advocacy and empowerment, governance and accountability.

Specific content will vary according to the specific subject chosen by the student, and will be agreed with the dissertation supervisor. Group tutorial sessions will cover relevant skill development, methodological and ethical issues, project management issues and other matters concerned with the production of the final dissertation document.

Module content will include:
  1. Research and professional practice: Evidence-based practice, benchmarking, audit, evaluation, practice development and research, research methodologies.

  2. Key concepts and issues in social and behavioural research: Research topics and research questions, answering questions with data, validity and reliability of data, qualitative and quantitative data, description, exploration, finding connections, formulating and testing hypotheses, populations and sampling, phenomenology and positivism.

  3. Research traditions and designs: Ethnography, survey, experiment, mixed method, research process.

  4. Gathering and analysing data: Observation, questionnaires, interviews, psycho-bio-metrics. Data analysis and drawing conclusions.

  5. Literature review: Searching, locating, reading and summarising, reviewing and critiquing, organising, synthesising, and using the literature.

  6. Preparing the research proposal: Identifying research questions for chosen topic. Designing a study to address the questions. Data gathering and recording, data analysis. Considering alternative approaches: Critical analysis of alternative methods of research to the chosen approach.

  7. Ethical frameworks, constraints, data protection, confidentiality, human rights, Helsinki declaration.

Module content will include:
  1. The fundamental concepts and principles of health economics relevant to health and health care, including the notions of scarcity, supply and demand, marginal analysis, distinctions between need and demand, opportunity cost, margins, efficiency and equity.

  2. Techniques of economic appraisal including cost-effectiveness analysis and modelling, cost-utility analysis, option appraisal and cost-benefit analysis, the measurement of health benefits in terms of QALYs and related measures e.g. DALYs. 

  3. The role of economic evaluation and priority setting in health care decision making, including the cost-effectiveness of public health, and public health interventions and involvement.

  4. Resource allocation; commissioning, procurement and prioritisation.

  5. The interaction between health and economic development, including analysis of investment in health improvement and the part played by economic development and global organisations.

Module content will include:
  1. Public health in an historical and theoretical context. The development of public health, the rise and limits of medicine, and the emergence of health promotion. 

  2. Introduction to population health – demographics, changes in population and disease patterns, measurement of health and disease, protection and screening.  

  3. Social justice perspective of public health with reference to the main social, economic, political and environmental determinants of health.

  4. Public health ethics and ideologies that underpin the policy making process in relation to key public health issues.

  5. Community-based and community development strategies to promote health.

  6. Theoretical models and their practical application to practice – brief interventions, motivational interviewing, social marketing approaches, social capital.

Careers in Health & Medicine

We don’t need to go far to see the crying needs of the health & medicine department. In the surge of pandemic, covid 19, we have seen the emergency necessities of doctors, nurses, pharmacists, health workers and medicine researchers, still today we are facing health problems but need to get treatment as soon as possible. Today’s world is going through a critical time that is unemployment due to covid 19 apart from few professions health and medicine is one of few.

We are here to help you plan your career according to your expectations and results, we help our students get part time jobs, influence them to participate in extracurricular activities, enhance workshops and offer practical one-to-one help with career planning, including help with CVs, applications and that students require.

If you would like to enhance your skills, talents, knowledge, and health & medicine will offer you an insightful career in this uniquely rewarding field.

Scholarship & Fundings

Find scholarships & fundings opportunities with sangen edu ltd - a leading education consultancy firm in Bangladesh and authorised representative of many prestigious universities. Medicine & Health allied courses are very demandable for international students for higher education and the renowned universities across the world are offering global talents to their institutions by providing them scholarship and funding opportunities.

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