MCh Orthopaedics

Overview

This course provides postgraduate education for doctors specialising in orthopaedics and is delivered collaboratively by the Department of Trauma and Orthopaedics at South Tees NHS Foundation Trust and School of Health and Social Care at Teesside University. The MCh Orthopaedics programme has been designed to provide a postgraduate educational programme that will meet your needs as a medical doctor undertaking speciality training within trauma and orthopaedics and to enhance your career progression. The focus of the programme is to develop the knowledge and skills underpinning evidence-based clinical practice in trauma and orthopaedics.

Course fees

The next intake will be for September 2015 and the fees for the full course will be £11,000. Options to pay by installments are available.

Timescales

The standard duration of the programme is two years.

Entry requirements

Applicants should have a recognised medical degree and be working within orthopaedics. International students must apply via the Medical Training Initiative and will be required to have an overall score of 7.5 in IELTS, with a minimum score of 7.0 in all four modules.

Contact details

Course director Prof Amar Rangan Clinical professor of trauma and orthopaedic surgery The James Cook University Hospital Middlesbrough Tel: 01642 854380 Email: amar.rangan@stees.nhs.uk

Programme leader Dr Katherine Sanderson Principal lecturer in research methods School of Health and Social Care Room H0.35 Tel: 01642 384912 Email: k.sanderson@tees.ac.uk

MCh Orthopaedics Programme Handbook – to be updated (259kb)
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