MSc Oral Medicine

The MSc in Oral Medicine is a one-year full-time programme aimed at qualified dental clinicians wishing to develop competencies in clinical oral medicine.

This is a one-year, full-time degree programme aimed at qualified dental clinicians looking to develop competency predominately in clinical oral medicine.

Students will undertake the MSc in a research-active and specialist clinical academic environment.

The emphasis will be on the recognition, investigation, diagnosis and management of patients presenting with common oral and maxillofacial diseases.

It will also provide a sound grounding in the fundamental principles of UK specialist practice.

It incorporates the basic principles of research that are relevant to clinical and modern translational practice.

You will gain appropriate specialist experience and professional attributes that can be translated into routine working practice.

Did you know?

  • You will gain hands-on clinical exposure to Oral Medicine within a specialist teaching NHS Trust.
  • High staff to student ratios ensure a high-quality teaching experience during clinical activity.
  • You will build a clinical portfolio, working side by side with clinical experts and specialist clinical and academic trainees.

Contacts

Admissions enquiries

Email: fohs-pgadmission@bristol.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0) 117 3311676

Why you should study the MSc in Oral Medicine

"I have very rarely, if ever, taken verbal examinations. This changed as I got to Bristol. Being examined by world-renowned, well-published attendings would make even the most knowledgeable student uneasy. Surely enough, by the end of the year, I feel uniquely prepared to tackle the clinical questions that any residency attending would ask. I would do so using these same skills that I have heaped, scraped up, and struggled upon during my time here. Therefore, when asked how far I’ve come clinically since that moment before I got to Bristol, I have only this to say; as far as the east is from the west, and as differing as day and night."  Simone Sealy, MSc Oral Medicine graduate

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