The course aims to provide the theoretical knowledge, technical skills and research skills necessary to run a comprehensive cardiac service. It consists of lectures, clinically supervised practical procedures in the management of the cardiac patient, and a research project or dissertation. The course is assessed by examination, continual assessment and assessment of the research project or dissertation.
Programme Learning Outcomes for MSc in Cardiology
On successful completion of the MSc, the student will be able to:
You can apply until:
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All candidates applying for a place will have completed the degree of MB or MD depending on the country of origin. The degree of M.R.C.P.I. or equivalent is essential.
Previous experience of the health care systems in Ireland or U.K. would be an advantage.
Candidates also need to be in a Cardiology registrar position for the duration of the course to have supervised experience of practical procedures.
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