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The modules here are correct (as at April 2016) but may differ slightly to those offered in 2017.

- This course is delivered entirely by distance learning, and you will be supported by our experienced team of staff.
- This course will allow you to understand and evaluate research papers.
- This course will develop your existing skills in evidence-based practice.

Professional Registration: This course is NOT a route to Health and Care Professions Council registration.

Year One: Introduction to Research Methods (20 weeks - September to March)/ Appraising the Evidence
(12 weeks - April to June)

Year Two: Evidence-based Practice (12 weeks - September to December)

Required Subjects: You will have a Diploma in Podiatry/ Diagnostic or Therapeutic Radiography/ Occupational Therapy or Physiotherapy and will be eligible for Health and Care Professions Council registration.

International: Applications from outside the UK will be considered with clear evidence of a professional qualification equivalent to a UK Diploma in the relevant profession.

The content of modules studied on these courses will address the skills relevant to current clinical practice. The courses will advance your understanding and implementation of clinical governance and research in the workplace.

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