We’re bringing together the theory, practice, evidence, safety, ethical and legal aspects of Injection Therapy. Our course will enhance your interdisciplinary working, professional development and reflective practice.
Why study with us
- Our course runs over five taught days with a three-day block and a two-day block, to allow easier release from your workplace.
- We invite external speakers to contribute on the wider issues of injection therapy practice and development across both the MSK and neuro specialities.
- You’ll have good access to experienced and currently practicing tutors.
What you’ll do
- Classes are a mixture of lectures, class discussions, seminars and practical sessions.
- Our MSK and neuro routes run alongside each other to facilitate joint learning where possible.
- This module forms part of the MSc Musculoskeletal Management in Primary Care course.
Following the pandemic, we have found that some courses benefit from a blended learning and teaching approach. Therefore, the majority of your teaching will be face-to-face on campus aside from a small amount of online teaching where we have learnt it works best.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of our published course information. However, our programmes are subject to ongoing review and development. Changing circumstances may cause alteration to, or the cancellation of, courses. Changes may be necessary to comply with the requirements of accrediting bodies or revisions to subject benchmarks statements. As well as to keep courses updated and contemporary, or as a result of student feedback. We reserve the right to make variations if we consider such action to be necessary or in the best interests of students.
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We work closely with local NHS Trusts to support training and development and SLA funding is available through the CPD agreement. Please ask your manager for details if you’re an employee of a local NHS Trust.
There’s currently no legal obligation to have completed a specific training programme to practice injection therapy as an allied health professional (AHP). However, it’s considered to be good practice by the relevant regulatory bodies to have a formal qualification such as this. You’ll be able to demonstrate good theoretical knowledge, practical skill and the ability to consider best practice through evaluation of the evidence base for injection therapy practice.
Fees and funding
Scholarships and bursaries
We have a wide range of scholarships, bursaries and funds available to help support you whilst studying with us.
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This course is based in the School of Sport and Health Sciences located in the Faculty of Allied Health and Wellbeing
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