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The University of Edinburgh has a few places left on their Masters programme in Global eHealth. This is studied part time, via interactive online learning, supported by a network of international experts in the field (disclosure, of which this editor is one), and is designed for working professionals with some experience in healthcare, IT or eHealth, who are looking to grow and consolidate their knowledge and skills. Courses are available as individual 10-week modules, or accumulated for a certificate (6 courses over 1 year), diploma (12 courses over 2 years) or MSc (the latter plus a supervised research project).
Readers may be particularly interested in the courses on ‘mHealth’, ‘Telemedicine & Telehealth, ‘The Business of eHealth’ (summer term), ‘User-Centred Design in eHealth’ and ‘Consumer Health Informatics’.
Applications for the new academic year close on Monday 21st September, so don’t delay applying!