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Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing

MSc
Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing

Contextual

theoretical, evidence-based and practical aspects related to public health, mental health and wellbeing are considered on the programme.


Explore

inovations and future directions in public health, mental health and wellbeing.


Flexible

study, whereby students can self-select to learn face-to-face at the University, online, or a combination of the two.


Year of entry: 2020 2021

Course duration: 1YR (FT) 2YRS (PT)

Institution Code: G53

Location: Wrexham

Overview of the programme

 

Are you interested in health, mental health and wellbeing? Do you want to make a real difference to people’s lives?

 

At the heart of this unique programme is the aim to enable students to help individuals, communities and nations live happier and healthier lives. It is well known that health care organisations in the UK and beyond face unprecedented demands, and there is a real need to invest in public health, mental health and wellbeing and look critically at models of health care.

 

This exciting and forward thinking programme will encourage students to consider the public health, mental health and wellbeing challenges of both today and tomorrow. It will also facilitate a creative and problem solving approach to the area in order to improve, enhance and sometimes re-imagine ways of working.

 

The ultimate aim of the programme is to enable students to contribute to the development of effective and sustainable ways of protecting, improving and promoting health, mental health and wellbeing, whether that be at individual, community, national or international levels.

 

The programme is flexible, ambitious and supportive, and will provide students with the opportunity to further their knowledge and understanding and develop and enhance their practice, as well as ask questions and work collaboratively in the area of public health, mental health and wellbeing.

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