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Active Living and Rehabilitation

Education

As a lively community of researchers, educators and clinical practitioners, our aim is to promote clinical and research excellence.

We are pioneering clinical academic career pathways in partnership with healthcare providers, developing researchers through our PhD and MRes programmes, and training the clinical leaders of the future through our Doctorate of Clinical Practice programmes, and our MSc in Leadership in Cancer, Palliative and End of Life Care. All post-graduate students are embedded within our research projects and clusters.

The University of Southampton has an excellent reputation for being a world-class institution for teaching and learning. Our postgraduate and undergraduate students benefit form working in this exciting research environment. We are an important provider of postgraduate education at both Masters and Doctoral level. Our UK and International students all work within our research programmes and are supported by senior researchers.

European MSc in Advanced Rehabilitation Technologies

Dr Ann-Marie Hughes is leading a prestigious Lifelong Learning Programme (Erasmus Multilateral Projects) to develop a European MSc in Advanced Rehabilitation Technologies (ART). The programme is a collaboration between the RHT Research Group and colleagues in engineering, together with a consortium of 10 universities in 7 European countries, The MSc ART will underpin collaborative rehabilitation technology education and research across Europe, bringing together a range of academic disciplines and industries. 

MSc in Health and Rehabilitation

The MSc in Health and Rehabilitation is for all healthcare professionals from a variety of backgrounds, including allied healthcare practitioners, nurses, midwives, doctors and psychologists. This is for practitioners who wish to increase their career opportunities by improving their clinical and research skills. It can be completed over one year full time or up to five years part time. It is particularly relevant for Allied Health Professions staff and is open to both newly qualified and experienced staff alike. This programme will enable you to become a more efficient practitioner, improve your decision-making processes in line with evidence-based practice and accurately and consistently interpret evidence to improve care. You will be able to tailor your learning to suit your own area of interest and practice. There is a strong research emphasis and over 34% of students who take this MSc continue on into PhD study.

 

 

 

MSc ART

Dr Hughes is leading a prestigious Lifelong Learning Programme (Erasmus Multilateral Projects) to develop a European MSc in Advanced Rehabilitation Technologies (ART). The programme is a collaboration with colleagues in engineering, and a consortium of 10 universities in 7 European countries.

The MSc ART will underpin collaborative rehabilitation technology education and research across Europe, bringing together a range of academic disciplines and industries. 

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MSc ART
Dr Ann-Marie Hughes

MSc in Sensory Motor Interaction
Prof Jane Burridge or Dr Lesley Collier

Doctorate in Clinical Practice
Dr Chris Bailey

MPhil/PhD Research Doctorate
Dr Maggie Donovan-Hall

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