The Masters in Clinical Research is an ideal course for healthcare professionals who wish to enhance their skills and knowledge in research, seek a career in research, or pursue a variety of careers where research is a core component. The course provides an ideal foundation for PhD study.
CLAHRC GM has funded eight students in total; see project titles below:
- An exploration of patients' perceptions of self-management of wounds.
- COPD Care - up in smoke? An exploration of nurses’ attitudes and perceptions of caring for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) who continue to smoke during treatment.
- Exploring nurses’ perceptions of end of life care in the adult cardiac intensive care environment.
- The impact of early attendance at a specialised exercise class following stroke on attitudes to ongoing activity
- The impact of living with home enteral tube feeding; perspectives of people who have had a diagnosis of head and neck cancer.
- The perspective of nurses on communication with patients on haemodialysis at the end of life.
- What are people living with dementia's perceptions and experiences of post-diagnostic information?