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Queen's University Belfast MSc Clinical Health Psychology
Queen's University Belfast

MSc Clinical Health Psychology

Belfast, United Kingdom

1 Years

English

Full time, Part time

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GBP 23,150

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Introduction

Clinical health psychology (sometimes referred to as behavioural medicine, medical psychology or psychosomatic medicine) is an applied discipline that focuses on people with a health condition that could be prevented, treated or rehabilitated through the use of psychological techniques or procedures. The primary interest is on problems that present as physical complaints rather than emotional or mental health issues. Nevertheless, clinical health psychology is concerned with the emotional problems that may arise as a result of a physical health complaint. The topics covered in the MSc include: research methods, health behaviour change, psycho-oncology and adjustment to long term physical illness.

This MSc aims to provide graduate students with an opportunity for advanced study in specialist topics in the field of clinical health psychology and to prepare graduate students for more advanced research in clinical health psychology, professional training in psychology or other discipline-related professional training.

Clinical Health Psychology Highlights

Career Development

Students on the programme will be able to avail of placement opportunities in a range of applied clinical and health settings

Internationally Renowned Experts

  • Students on the programme will be taught by internationally renowned researchers in clinical health psychology.

Student Experience

  • The programme’s focus on clinical and health psychology distinguishes it from other programmes in the UK.

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