A unique programme to enable students to identify and implement strategies to enhance quality in primary care globally.
Taught by outstanding, high profile primary care researchers and practitioners in the UK, you can follow a flexible curriculum — studying full-time or part-time, and work towards the full MSc degree or a postgraduate diploma or certificate.
Internationally renowned guest speakers feature alongside University of Glasgow staff.
Research interests are focussed on health inequalities, multimorbidity, chronic disease, treatment burden and migrant health, which are reflected in our teaching.
Research project opportunities in novel and relevant areas of research for primary care, under the supervision of an academic.
Students come from a wide range of primary care, family, community, and internal medicine disciplines, including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, podiatrists, managers and those working in healthcare and health policy.
It is delivered within the Institute of Health and Wellbeing, one of the foremost research institutes in the UK focused on improving population health and wellbeing and reducing inequalities in health
The online programme has the potential to attract students from across the globe. Our on-campus course has attracted successful students from the UK and a wide range of other countries including Indonesia, Belarus, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Japan, Pakistan and Oman.