Taught course

Health and Social Care Integration and Innovation

University of Lincoln · School of Health and Social Care

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Entry requirements

This is a part-time, employment/practice-based programme of study. It is essential that all participants are in a position where examining and exploring the health and social care integration agenda is a core component of their job. This will ensure that participants have the opportunity to address fundamental issues in ‘real time’, to facilitate the learning of others in the group through written and verbal means and open up their work environment to their peers.

Applicants will:

  • Be engaged in appropriate and relevant activity in a public, private, not for profit or voluntary sector organisation
  • Possess a 2:2 honours degree or above in a related subject or, exceptionally, be able to demonstrate a capacity to undertake Master’s level study through other means.
  • Enter the programme with the support of their employer, enabling participants to open up their work for the benefit of others.

Months of entry


Course content

This Master’s programme in Health and Social Care Integration and Innovation provides students with an exciting opportunity to collaborate and discuss and develop techniques to support the integration and innovation challenges and opportunities facing health and social care.

This part-time, employment-based programme is designed to nurture and create health care professionals of the future. To enable a real-time examination and exploration of the fundamental issues of health and social care, all applicants are required to be in relevant employment.

At Lincoln, you will have access to shared learning across your cohort and access to a range of national and international speakers who aim to encourage an environment of shared learning.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    part time
    26 months
    • Campus-based learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

Dr Ian McGonagle