Dental Public Health University of Manchester

This is a web-based programme hosted within the School of Dentistry at the University of Manchester. The MDPH programme provides a combination of interactive online learning and project work to help students to develop a critical evidence-based approach to planning services and improving oral health at a population level.A number of pathways can be followed through this programme leading to different awards, as follows:Master of Dental Public Health (MDPH)Postgraduate Diploma in Dental Public Health (PGDip DPH)Postgraduate Certificate in Dental Public Health (PGCert DPH)Course units may also be taken singly.

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  • PGCert
  • English
  • Full time

Aims

By the end of the course, students should be able to:

  • Critically assess evidence that underlies oral health practice
  • Use a population approach to health issues
  • Demonstrate skills that contribute to public health policy-making and service planning
  • Demonstrate the skills necessary to research and answer population health questions

Throughout there is a special emphasis on the critical appraisal of the evidence base and an international perspective on population health.

This is a web-based programme hosted within the School of Dentistry at the University of Manchester. The MDPH programme provides a combination of interactive online learning and project work to help students to develop a critical evidence-based approach to planning services and improving oral health at a population level.

A number of pathways can be followed through this programme leading to different awards, as follows:

  • Master of Dental Public Health (MDPH)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Dental Public Health (PGDip DPH)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Dental Public Health (PGCert DPH)

Course units may also be taken singly.

  • A degree in dentistry or a non-clinical subject and preferably two years of working experience. Normally the non-clinical degree will be in a science or social science subject (minimum 2:1 or equivalent GPA) and the individual will be working in some area with a link to oral health.
  • The degree held must be from a recognised institution.  
  • Applicants with other qualifications, research or professional experience will be considered for admission on an individual basis, although they may be required to register for a diploma in the first instance.
Admission Requirements:
  • Bachelor
Cost of the master: Not declared
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