Mental Health and Law MSc (Distance Learning) Queen Mary University of London

This programme is ideal for leaders in law and clinical practice who wish to create interdisciplinary and organisational advances in care services and legal practice, ensuring that the highest standards of professional competencies are available to individuals in contact with criminal justice and mental health legislation.

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This MSc will enhance or facilitate career pathways in Mental Health & Law. The skills and knowledge acquired during the course will include:

  • Court report writing
  • Delivery of evidence based projects
  • Ethical deliberations about patient treatment
  • Generation of scholarly materials and academic research

Programme topics for the MSc include:

  • Capacity and the patient's wishes
  • Harm prevention and care
  • Psychological processes in gathering and giving evidence
  • International human rights law and mental health
  • Conducting research in legal and clinical practice
  • Advanced mental health assessment

You can also choose to study this programme via distance learning.

QMUL offers a range of scholarships and bursaries. Please visit the area Postgraduate - Funding & Support of our website for up-to-date information
Cost of the master: Not declared
Scholarships available
QMUL Careers Office provides careers information, guidance and support for all students and graduates.

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  • Start-up support and mentoring
  • International opportunities
  • Companies presentations
  • Careerday
  • Support in CV writing
  • Orientation seminars
  • Job hunting tecniques
  • Interview preparation
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