The programme is designed to provide a flexible framework within which you can create a schedule tailored to your own particular needs. The summary below illustrates our module approach:
Accredited SOMM Diploma Course, or that of an affiliated association (including the submission of a reflective essay and personal development plan).
(60 credits – Level 7)
Entry requirement – Equivalent to UK university PG Cert
Option choice 1 (20 credits – Level 7)
Option choice 2 (20 credits – Level 7)
SOMM 1 – compulsory
Methods of Critical Enquiry in the Study of Healthcare Services (20 credits – Level 7)
SOMM 5 – compulsory
Dissertation (60 credits – Level 7)
The compulsory modules are SOMM 1, Methods of Critical Enquiry in the Study of Healthcare Services; and SOMM 5, Dissertation.
Students are also required to complete two option modules, normally prior to undertaking the research dissertation (SOMM 5)
Option Modules – take place in Liverpool and one module is self-directed study with no attendance required. You can select your options according to your own commitments and availability; there are four to choose from:
- Theory and Practice of Injection Therapy – SOMM 2;
- Advancing Practice in Musculoskeletal Medicine – SOMM 3;
- Practice Based Proposition Module – SOMM 4; and
- Special Tests in Musculoskeletal Examination – SOMM 6
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