Are you an experienced allied health professional? Do you want to develop your expertise as a clinician in the area of neuroscience? This course will develop and enhance your clinical expertise, and teach you the fundamentals of research so that you can critically reflect on your practice in neurorehabilitation, your patients and yourself.
1 year full-time
3 years part-time
2 years (PgCert PgDip) part-time
1 year (staged study) part-time
You’ll explore links between research, theory, policy and practice, and how to apply them to optimise practice and service delivery. You'll become an effective leader and practitioner in the field of neurorehabilitation.
The full master's course can be studied 1 year full-time or 3 years part-time starting in September. If you don’t want to commit to full or part-time study of the entire master's, you can develop your educational portfolio over a longer period of time by undertaking staged study that leads to the award of Postgraduate Certiﬁcate (PgCert), Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip) and MSc in separate stages. Each stage can be studied 1 year part-time starting in September. You can also study the combined PgDip (PgCert and PgDip) as a 2 year part-time course starting in January. The MSc stage (dissertation) can also be studied 1 year part-time starting in May.
Must have a pre-registration degree in a relevant allied health profession with at least one year of specialist clinical work experience.
You’ll benefit from a course designed to incorporate a multidisciplinary perspective, that’s mapped against the Advanced Clinical Practice framework as set out by Health Education England. You’ll study key modules in clinical leadership and research. Alongside this, your specialist modules will cover areas specific to neurological rehabilitation; from broadening your knowledge relating to functional neuroscience for rehabilitation of movement, through to critically evaluating neuroscientific research in the treatment and management of neurological conditions.
You'll also be able to support your study learning portfolio by choosing from a range of optional modules from our Advanced Clinical Practice named specialist pathways; Cardiovascular Health, Critical Care, Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, Occupational Therapy and Pelvic Health.
At Brunel, we understand the challenges of fitting study around work and family life. For this reason, we have designed this course to be flexible, so that it can fit around your current commitments. You can study full-time, part-time or even just take one or more CPPD modules for your professional development and return to complete your course at a later date
This course can be studied 1 year full-time, 3 years part-time or 1 year (staged study) part-time, starting in September. Or this course can be studied 2 years (PgCert PgDip) part-time, starting in January. Or this course can be studied 1 year (staged study) part-time, starting in May.
Year 1 Compulsory
PH5612 - Advanced Clinical Leadership
PH5604 - Qualitative Research in Health and Social Care
PH5603 - Quantitative Methods and Design for Health Science Research
PH5611 - Dissertation
PH5631 - Clinical Applications in Neurorehabilitation
PH5632 - Cognitive and Behavioural Issues in Neurorehabilitation
PH5615 - Facilitating Learning and Teaching in Clinical Practice
PH5629 - Functional Neuroscience for Rehabilitation
PH5630 - Neurophysiological Basis for Rehabilitation of Movement
UK Staged Master £2,825 per stage.
Fees quoted are per year and are subject to an annual increase.
Fees for EU applicants – For entry in 2021/22 academic year, eligible EU applicants will have the same tuition fees as UK students to support EU students during this transition period. These fees will be applied for the duration of the course. EU fees for 2022 entry are not yet confirmed.
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