MSc Public Health
This MSc prepares you to start or develop your career in public health research or practice. It gives you a firm grounding in the three key areas of public health - public health improvement, health protection and healthcare public health – and is underpinned by our expertise in research methods, statistics and epidemiology.
The programme is structured around nine taught units and a research dissertation.
Your research dissertation will give you the opportunity to explore an area of public health in depth.
Examples of possible dissertation topics are:
- Is Hepatitis C (HCV) screening in hospital emergency departments effective at increasing uptake of HCV treatment and diagnosis?
- The role of social networks and personality in midlife as predictors of activities of daily living in older age: cohort analysis.
- Exploring the causal mechanisms underpinning school-based mental health interventions.
- A qualitative exploration of the impact of social media on young people’s attitudes to sex and relationships.
- Does reduced prescribing for oral nutritional supplements lead to reduced costs for the health system as a whole?
Did you know?
- You can study this programme full-time or part-time.
- Our Master's students are based at Bristol Medical School, which offers dedicated teaching and research facilities.
- This Master's will prepare you for a public health career in a broad range of policy, practice or academic settings.
For general queries please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Ruth Kipping, Acting Programme Director
Telephone: +44 (0) 117 331 4584