Anglia Ruskin School of Medicine
This intercalated Masters degree will allow students to understand the principles of epidemiology and how public health infection prevention and control measures can make an impact on the epidemiology of infectious disease. Learning will include the scientific concepts underpinning infection control and prevention and the science of identifying and isolating some common pathogenic organisms to assist in the diagnosis and management of patients. This MSc will be run in collaboration with Public Health England.
We welcome applications from medical students who will have completed at least 3 years of study. The timing of your entry into an intercalated scheme will be dependent on your host medical school’s policy.
For more information on the course and details of how to apply, please visit the course webpage or contact the course lead:
Nicky Milner: Nicky.Milner@aru.ac.uk
31st January 2022