In many of our podcasts we discuss research studies and the work of PhD students. Today we are looking at what for many is one step earlier in the path to academia and focusing on MSc programmes.
MSc programmes are a great qualification for existing and new health and social care professionals who want to gain a specific qualification in working with people who have dementia, for others who work with people with dementia, and for anyone looking for a path into academia.
Megan O’Hare talks to Catherine Quinn and Dr Ana Barbosa from the University of Bradford about their new MSc in Advanced Dementia Studies programme, and discuss more generally what these programmes are about, who they are for, and what people will get out of them.
To find out more about the Bradford programme and about their research visit https://www.bradford.ac.uk/health/dementia/