The programme is designed to be completed in the time frames indicated below; studied part time, with exit points as follows:
For both Certificate and Diploma, Module C01 must be taken first, the remainder can be taken in any order depending on module availability.
Certificate Level – equivalent to 60 credits
Students wishing to exit the programme at certificate level must complete 6 modules in total:
Students who initially opt to study at certificate level have the option to continue studying to Diploma level after successful completion of the 6 modules.
Diploma Level – equivalent to 120 credits
Students wishing to exit the programme at Diploma level must complete 12 modules in total:
All modules are modelled on being at Postgraduate Level, Scottish Qualification Framework level 11, equivalent to 10 credits, approximately 100 hours of student learning each (approx. 3 months).
|C01 Health and Wellbeing of the Remote Worker||O01 Tactical Medicine|
|C02 Occupational Health||O02 Expedition and Wilderness Medicine|
|C03 Introduction to Communication and the Consultation||O03 Learning and Teaching|
|C04 Telemedicine||O04 Humanitarian and Disaster Medicine|
|C05 Dive Medicine|
|C06 Tropical Medicine|
|C08 Trauma and Medical Emergencies|
|C09 Incident and Response Planning|
|C10 Evidence and Research in Remote Medicine|
There is a compulsory two-day student residential at the end of the taught component in Edinburgh which all students must attend to be awarded the Diploma. This is not a requirement for Certificate students.
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