Forensic Mental Health Research is for psychiatrists or graduates in psychology, neuroscience, mental health nursing or similar disciplines. Develops necessary skills for scientific work on aetiology and effective treatment of mentally disordered offenders. Exceptional opportunities for research training with teaching from a distinguished multidisciplinary team. Ideal step towards a PhD.
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- Exceptional opportunities for clinical and research training with teaching from a distinguished multidisciplinary team.
- Strong emphasis on evidence-based practice and developing the critical skills to evaluate new research.
- Students come from a stimulating range of professional and academic disciplines.
Dr Nigel Blackwood
King's College London
This is a pathway within the Forensic Mental Health programme.
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
One year FT, two years PT, September to September.
Denmark Hill Campus.
Students have used the MSc as evidence of professional development and commitment in applying for promotion posts (eg moving from SpR to consultant, becoming a Nurse Consultant) or training posts in clinical or forensic psychology. Other students have moved on to posts in academic research.
Year of entry 2013