Semester 1 – Core modules of:
Evidence Application for Clinical Practice (20 Credits)
Leadership and Education Principles for a Clinical Service (20 Credits)
Essentials of Tropical and Infectious Diseases (20 Credits).
Semester 2 – all modules are 20 credits,
Quality Improvement for Health in Low Resource Settings
Systematic Reviews Methods and Implementation.
Child Nutrition and Development*
Advanced Clinical Management in HIV Endemic Settings
Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, New-Born and Adolescent Health*
Applied Statistics for Health Research (on MTDB and MPHI Programmes)
Developing a Disease Control Programme
Note: * Either the Child Nutrition and Development module or the Sexual Reproductive Maternal New-Born and Adolescent Health module is required for Masters in Tropical Paediatrics
Additional optional modules from other Masters programmes outlined in section 27c below.
Long project taken either in Liverpool or overseas on an area of child health.
Project may be research (developing project or analysing secondary data), systematic review, quality improvement project, or clinical placement with a critical reflective thesis on a topic identified during the clinical placement.