Community Research & Mental Health
The University Certificate in Community Research and Mental Health course aims to develop and extend students’ knowledge and understanding of the issues involved in conducting community based research in the field of mental health.
This course aims to develop and extend students’ knowledge and understanding of the issues involved in conducting community based research in the field of mental health. The course consists of a single module that focuses on community-based research and a half module that focuses on issues around mental health.
The community based research module will provide students with an outline of a range of research methods. It will enable participants to make decisions about what methods to use, the type of information different methods would offer and how data can be presented to different audiences.
Students will develop their understanding of good practice in relation to:
- data collection
- presentation of results
- project management
- data storage
- ethical issues
Study Mode: Part time
Duration: Minimum of three months
Start Date: September
This course is intended for anyone aged 17 or over, who is involved in conducting community-based work and would benefit from study at this level.
This course is based in the School of Community Health and Midwifery located in the Faculty of Health and Care
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