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Medical Sports Science

Musculoskeletal Medicine – A New Frontier

The Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) curriculum aims to produce doctors and allied healthcare practitioners in supporting two major healthcare areas requiring urgent attention.

Firstly, the need to establish a countrywide competence in the knowledge base and clinical skills to support comprehensive musculoskeletal (MSK) services.

Secondly, the requirement to prescribe ‘Exercise as Medicine’ to promote physical activity [PA] throughout the population – pre-school, school-aged children, adults, those with disabilities and the elderly. In particular, those individuals with underlying co-morbidities and a chronic disease burden.

This SEM MSc will provide an in-depth understanding of exercise medicine’s practical applications in chronic disease states at an individual and population level.
The MSc in Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) was developed by world-renowned SEM doctors actively involved in working at the ‘front line’ in sports such as Rugby, Professional Golf, Athletics and Football. Our academic faculty have extensive experience as clinical lecturers and examiners in Sports Medicine at the highest levels.

The SEM MSc curriculum is mapped against the Specialist Training requirements ratified by the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board (JRCPTB). The JRCPTB has a role in quality management by monitoring and driving improvement in the standard of all medical specialities on behalf of the three Royal Colleges of Physicians in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Minimum requirements:
Undergraduate degree 2:1 in a relevant degree like Physiotherapy, Sports Therapy and other allied health sciences.
Or a graduate of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS, MBBS, or equivalent)’’
Work experience:
Depending on your application there may be an interview or you may need to provide evidence of work experience in MSK services and Sports.
International Students IELTS6.5 (no less than 6.0 in each element)

CORE FACTS

Course duration: 2 years part-time, or 1 year full time
Credits: 60 ECTS
Delivery: Blended
Accreditation: James Lind Institute
Fees: €7000
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