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University of Chester: Orthopaedics

Institution University of Chester
Department Institute of Medicine
Study type Taught


You will receive training in the skills required for the reading and interpretation of the literature and translating that into evidence-based practice. We aim to develop your research and writing skills so that you will be in a position to contribute to the scientific literature in an effective manner, culminating in the production of an article in the style of a published journal article focusing on an orthopaedic topic of your choice.

Why study this course with us?

This MSc in Orthopaedics is unique because it is focused on enhancing your specialist knowledge of specific orthopaedic conditions with a flexible approach that considers your background and your future career. You will be welcomed as an individual to our Medical School, and you will be taught by both specialist academic and clinical staff, as well as world-class visiting lecturers who are active in orthopaedic research.

All of our assessments are coursework-based and the majority of assessment topics are student-led, which means you can focus on increasing your specialist knowledge of topics that are relevant to you. We will teach you how to interrogate the evidence that supports the use of the current diagnostic methods and treatment strategies of various orthopaedic conditions to allow you to understand and evaluate the most advanced strategies available worldwide. We have a vibrant postgraduate community that thrives on diversity and a specialist support system with many students learning new skills and making excellent academic progress.


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