Doctorate in Healthcare (Pharmacy)




Part Time

| Admissions status: Open
Core programme content
Please see the modules list for further information.

Indicative non-core content
Please see the modules list for further information.

Small group seminars assessed through course assignments; and research proposal and a research-based thesis. Academic supervision provided by a first and second supervisor.

More information on typical programme modules.
NB it cannot be guaranteed that all modules are offered in any particular academic year.

Module code: 7KNIP036
Credit level: 7

Advanced Qualitative Research Methods.
Module code: 7KNIP042
Credit level: 7

Advanced quantitative research methods.
Module code: 7KNINP01
Credit level: 7

Organisational Development in the Public Sector.
Module code: 7KNIP021
Credit level: 7

Philosophical and Theoretical Perspectives of Health Care
Module code: 7BBPD002
Credit level: 7

Research Based Thesis.
Module code: KNP03
Credit level: 7

Module code: 7BBPD001
Credit level: 7

Specialist Practice Portfolio in Health Care (Pharmacy).

Programme leader/s
Dr Cate Whittlesea
Awarding institution
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
Taught as a series of two/three, two day blocks in a term over the first two years. Support for the research proposal is provided as an introduction to the course followed by action learning sets lead by the course and pharmacy pathway leaders. Support for the research-based thesis (final years) is provided by individiual supervision and timetabled seminars.
Waterloo Campus.
Student destinations
Graduates take up roles as expert practitioners in public (NHS) and private health services, in both primary and secondary care.
Year of entry 2014
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