Postgraduate Taught Courses in Tallaght Hospital

The School of Medicine at Trinity College Dublin is an international leader in postgraduate education. The School provides a vibrant environment for postgraduate study, and currently has over 500 registered postgraduate students. The School offers over 20 taught MSc/Diploma programmes spanning a broad spectrum of medical and scientific disciplines, and research students work towards the degrees of PhD, MSc, MD or MCh.
For further postgraduate taught courses within the School of Medicine please click here http://www.medicine.tcd.ie/education/postgraduate/taught/.


Postgraduate taught courses delivered on our Tallaght campus include:

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MSc in Clinical Chemistry

This advanced taught Masters Programme in Clinical Chemistry is offered on a part-time basis over 2 years and is delivered by a panel of national and international medical and scientific experts in the discipline. The Clinical Biochemistry Unit at TCD is part of the School of Medicine and is Ireland’s only such facility. It is supported by the largest clinical biochemistry service in the country, with state of the art clinical laboratories at Tallaght Hospital, St. James’s Hospital, and Naas General Hospital.

Clinical Biochemistry is the discipline of pathology (or laboratory medicine) that is concerned with the detection and measurement of biochemical changes in disease. Clinical Chemistry laboratories carry out a wide range of biochemical investigations in a complex automated working environment. In addition to routine diagnostic work, personnel are also frequently involved in clinical trials, audit and research and so require a detailed knowledge of the effects of disease on biochemical measurements. http://www.medicine.tcd.ie/clinical-biochemistry/postgraduate/msc-cl-chemistry/

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Postgraduate Certificate in Implementation Science

The Postgraduate Certificate in Implementation Science course has been designed to improve the knowledge and skills of health, social care and education professionals in the area of Implementation Science (IS); provide an understanding of the core principles of IS and their application to the complex environment of the health and social services.  The course is aimed at the broad range of professionals working in health, social care and education who have responsibility for implementation of policies, programmes or projects.  In addition to the core elements of IS the course also includes contributions from leading policymakers and senior managers in the wider Irish health, social care and education systems, thus ensuring a practical focus and equipping participants with the skills and understanding needed to implement policies, programmes and interventions effectively in a rapidly changing environment.
http://www.medicine.tcd.ie/public_health_primary_care/postgraduate/cis/index.php

The School of Medicine at Trinity College Dublin is an international leader in postgraduate education. The School provides a vibrant environment for postgraduate study, and currently has over 500 registered postgraduate students. The School offers over 20 taught MSc/Diploma programmes spanning a broad spectrum of medical and scientific disciplines, and research students work towards the degrees of PhD, MSc, MD or MCh.
For further taught postgraduate courses within the School of Medicine please click here: http://www.medicine.tcd.ie/education/postgraduate/taught/