MSc Maternal and Child Health: Socio-Cultural Perspectives

Kingston University / Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences
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15.09.2012  London
 
Course Content
Option modules: bio-social perspectives, child and adolescent mental health, domestic violence and abuse, ethics and law, factors influencing children's and young people's development, globalisation, youth and culture, leading and managing people in health care, managing information in health care (selection)
Qualifications
Honours degree and a relevant professional qualification, a minimum of two years' experience in health and social care
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Dr. Alison Twycross
 
Languages
English
Fees
On request
Organizer contact info
Sir Frank Lampl Building, Kingston Hill Campus
KT2 7LB London
United Kingdom
 
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