MSc Homeopathy also offers the opportunity to substantially develop existing professional practice interests through a student initiated study and also by means of the Dissertation.
It provides a forum for homeopaths around the world to share knowledge and experience and debate methodological and contemporary issues in homeopathy within a collaborative, online learning community.
Online (no attendance)
Usually three years. Depending on the number of modules chosen each year the course can take between two and five years
School of Health
No Partner College
Applicants with clinical experience and non-degree level qualifications will be seriously considered.
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Year two has one compulsory module (Advancing Homeopathy Practice) plus a choice of two out of a number of other modules:
Therapeutic Relationships asks students to critically evaluate the conceptual and evidence-based framework of the ‘therapeutic relationship’ in order to critically reflect on the current status of this within homeopathic practice.
Inspiring Education provides the intending and existing teacher of homeopathy with a forum to debate and discuss the contemporary issues, policy and initiatives which are constantly emerging both nationally and internationally within homeopathy.
The Student Initiated Module allows students to undertake a negotiated project within a framework, which supports, facilitates and evaluates their own practice development process.
Research, Ethics and Governance aims to facilitate progression from theory to practice in research within a clear ethical framework. It acts as a bridging module between the theoretical study of research and governance to the conduct of an approved empirical research project.
Advancing Homeopathy Practice facilitates the development of students’ skills and knowledge base in relation to the practice of homeopathy, allowing an exploration and critical discernment of the methods/methodologies which underpin their own practice.
Perspectives on Integrated Health examine the both philosophical and practical implications of the provision of an integrated healthcare system or service. A thorough examination of working models and exploration of contemporary debate will take place when students will critically analyse the meaning, challenges and benefits of integrated healthcare.
Applying Methods in Health Research aims to build upon knowledge and skills obtained in Introduction to Postgraduate Research to focus in an in-depth manner on methods specifically used in health and health service research.
Triple module dissertation allows for in-depth study and research into a particular area of interest. The topic is negotiated with a tutor and the project is fully supervised.
and 2 options from:
The course will be conducted in spoken and written English. It offers postgraduate education for career development and continuing professional development.
Depending on choice of optional modules, assessment will include: Essays, critical reflective account, written reports, project work, presentation of research proposal, development of survey questionnaire, development of teaching materials, summary of recommendations for clinical practice, participation in a mock ethics committee. Dissertation of 20,000 words.
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