MSc in Patient Safety


Patient SafetyPatient safety has become an increasing topic of focus at all levels of the health system, domestically and internationally. And in the UK, the focus on patient safety has never been stronger. In the past five years, a number of important milestones – the NHS Constitution and the Five Year Forward View, to name just a few – have catapulted the patient safety agenda to the forefront of UK healthcare.

Our MSc in Patient Safety has been designed specifically to support policymakers and clinical and managerial healthcare professionals to deliver safe care and champion for safer health systems.

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MSc in Healthcare and Design 

HELIXThis programme, run by our Helix Centre for Design in Healthcare, has been specifically designed to suit professionals working in or allied to the healthcare system, or those with experience of the healthcare space who wish to develop the skills to advance an entrepreneurial idea. The programme has been developed for part-time delivery, allowing you to attend without having to take a year out of your career.  We are also encouraging you to complete your research in your own place of work (under Imperial's supervision), allowing you to embed the knowledge and skills you have learned into your own area of practice.

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MSc in Health Policy

Health Policy IGHI is working to identify new, high-quality and sustainable business models for delivering health care for future generations. This part-time course, which is hosted by the Centre for Health Policy, offers a chance for those working in the health sector, such as government officials, clinicians, NHS managers and employees of health industry and consulting companies, to learn from international experts on important aspects of health policy.

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MRes in Medical Robotics and Image-Guided Intervention

Medical robotics Medical robotics and image-guided intervention are two technology-led areas of medicine that have experienced tremendous growth and improvement over the last 20 years. This has been driven partly by improving less invasive surgical treatments. This new course makes the most of the Hamlyn Centre’s unique research facilities and multidisciplinary environment. Students will learn about this field through taught courses and then apply their knowledge and skills to medical and surgical problems in a nine-month research project.

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