Substantive professional project (masters level)
University of Plymouth offers the 40 credit masters-level module 'substantive professional project' which will enable you to plan and undertake a practice development project in your workplace as the final module towards your masters degree.
Sociology of health and illness (masters level)
University of Plymouth offers this masters-level module which enables health and social care professionals to explore the effect social factors have on health and illness.
Evidencing professional development in urgent, emergency and critical care via (e)-portfolio (degree level)
University of Plymouth offers this degree level module to develop your confidence and competence to provide high quality, patient centred care within urgent, emergency and critical care settings.
Enhancing clinical research in practice (degree level)
University of Plymouth's 'Enhancing clinical research in practice' module, delivered in partnership with University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, will develop your knowledge, understanding and skills in clinical research.
Making a change for good in the research sector
Louise Rea accepted a rewarding job offer just weeks after completing her dissertation in MSc Business and Management: Operations and Global Supply Chain Management at Plymouth. She now uses her business skills to help improve the lives of others