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PhD / MPhil
The Open University - Faculty of Health and Social Care
Research in the area of children, young people and families spans across three faculties and brings together academics and research students conducting social, sociological and psychological research into the lives of children and young people and policy / practice applications. Academics working in this area work collaboratively with academics and students across the University who are interested in children and young people, including the International Development Centre, the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET) and the Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance (CCIG).
MSc / PGCert / PGDip
University of Leeds - Leeds Institute of Health Sciences
The course offers introductory research training to a wide range of health professionals, health research staff and research students. It is organised and taught by experienced researchers in the University's Research School and Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry, Psychology and Health.
MPhil / MA by research / PhD
University of Leeds - Nuffield Institute for Health
Established in 1958 and one of the leading European institutions specialising in health and social-care policy and management practice, health services research, public health and epidemiology. Broad and expanding programme of activities in education, consultancy, research, policy analysis and information services.
MSc by research / PhD / MPhil
University of Leeds - School of Medicine
The research activities of some 300 members of staff are carried out in Academic Units within the School of Medicine at a number of sites within the university, Leeds General Infirmary, St James's University Hospital and other local hospitals. The School maintains a strong commitment to postgraduate research and there are over 300 students studying for research degrees on a full-time or part-time basis.
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