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Healthcare Science

Professional Doctorate

Impacting career options

Multi and interdisciplinary nature will develop necessary skills for an impactful career

Influencing professional practice

Research-informed academic delivery inspires innovative practice

Flexible provision

Range of content and delivery options to support your professional requirements

Location:
Stoke-on-Trent campus
Study option:
Full-time, blended learning, January start
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Duration:
3 Years
Start date:
18 January 2021
School:
School of Life Sciences and Education
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Course changes for 2020/21

We are changing the way we deliver our courses from September 2020 to ensure a great student experience within a COVID-secure environment.

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The Professional Doctorate in Healthcare Science enables you to enhance your practice through research, innovation and leadership. By integrating your professional expertise with research-led enquiry, you’ll push the boundaries of your discipline and contribute to the latest evidence-based practice.

Healthcare science thrives on innovation and discovery, and this Professional Doctorate will give you the opportunity to develop research and lead change.

The programme will provide a unique opportunity for you, to combine your expertise and academic endeavour to explore practical real-world issues in your chosen field through a bespoke framework of research training. The programme structure allows for inter-professional work and study which is an indicator of high-quality innovative programmes. The combination of research expertise and experience of research supervision across the academics that form the course delivery team, strengthens the programme both emulating and modelling the best inter-disciplinary professional practice.

Healthcare sciences thrives on innovation and discovery, and this Professional Doctorate will give you the opportunity to develop research and lead change.

The programme will provide a unique opportunity for you, to combine your expertise and academic endeavour to explore practical real-world issues in your chosen field through a bespoke framework of research training. The programme structure allows for inter-professional work and study which is an indicator of high-quality innovative programmes. The combination of research expertise and experience of research supervision across the academics that form the course delivery team, strengthens the programme both emulating and modelling the best inter-disciplinary professional practice.

Healthcare science thrives on innovation and discovery, and this Professional Doctorate will give you the opportunity to develop research and lead change.

The programme will provide a unique opportunity for you, to combine your expertise and academic endeavour to explore practical real-world issues in your chosen field through a bespoke framework of research training. The programme structure allows for inter-professional work and study which is an indicator of high-quality innovative programmes. The combination of research expertise and experience of research supervision across the academics that form the course delivery team, strengthens the programme both emulating and modelling the best inter-disciplinary professional practice.

Healthcare science thrives on innovation and discovery, and this Professional Doctorate will give you the opportunity to develop research and lead change.

The programme will provide a unique opportunity for you, to combine your expertise and academic endeavour to explore practical real-world issues in your chosen field through a bespoke framework of research training. The programme structure allows for inter-professional work and study which is an indicator of high-quality innovative programmes. The combination of research expertise and experience of research supervision across the academics that form the course delivery team, strengthens the programme both emulating and modelling the best inter-disciplinary professional practice.

On successful completion of study, we will issue the following award: Professional Doctorate Healthcare Science

On successful completion of study, we will issue the following award: Professional Doctorate Healthcare Science

On successful completion of study, we will issue the following award: Professional Doctorate Healthcare Science

On successful completion of study, we will issue the following award: Professional Doctorate Healthcare Science

Part-time study

You can choose to study the course part-time over three years if you enter the programme at Level 7.  In this case you are expected to complete 180 credits at Level 7 in the first two years of the programme. This will then follow by completing 360 credits at Level 8 over the remaining 3 years.

If you enter the programme at Level 8, the whole duration is 3 years.  

Blended learning

You can choose to study the course full-time over three years if you enter the programme at Level 7.  In this case you are expected to complete 180 credits at Level 7 in the first year of the programme. This will then follow by completing 360 credits at Level 8 over the remaining 2 years.

If you enter the programme at Level 8, the whole duration is 2 years.

Part-time study

You can choose to study the course part-time over three years if you enter the programme at Level 7.  In this case you are expected to complete 180 credits at Level 7 in the first two years of the programme. This will then follow by completing 360 credits at Level 8 over the remaining 3 years.

If you enter the programme at Level 8, the whole duration is 3 years.  

Blended learning

You can choose to study the course full-time over three years if you enter the programme at Level 7.  In this case you are expected to complete 180 credits at Level 7 in the first year of the programme. This will then follow by completing 360 credits at Level 8 over the remaining 2 years.

If you enter the programme at Level 8, the whole duration is 2 years.

Part-time study

You can choose to study the course part-time over three years if you enter the programme at Level 7.  In this case you are expected to complete 180 credits at Level 7 in the first two years of the programme. This will then follow by completing 360 credits at Level 8 over the remaining 3 years.

If you enter the programme at Level 8, the whole duration is 3 years.  

Blended learning

You can choose to study the course full-time over three years if you enter the programme at Level 7.  In this case you are expected to complete 180 credits at Level 7 in the first year of the programme. This will then follow by completing 360 credits at Level 8 over the remaining 2 years.

If you enter the programme at Level 8, the whole duration is 2 years.

Part-time study

You can choose to study the course part-time over three years if you enter the programme at Level 7.  In this case you are expected to complete 180 credits at Level 7 in the first two years of the programme. This will then follow by completing 360 credits at Level 8 over the remaining 3 years.

If you enter the programme at Level 8, the whole duration is 3 years.  

Blended learning

You can choose to study the course full-time over three years if you enter the programme at Level 7.  In this case you are expected to complete 180 credits at Level 7 in the first year of the programme. This will then follow by completing 360 credits at Level 8 over the remaining 2 years.

If you enter the programme at Level 8, the whole duration is 2 years.

Course content

The programme at Level 7 includes taught, self-directed and self-selected components, which are assessed with a focus on the application and impact of learning.

Level 7 Modules:

  • Developing Leadership and Project Management skills (30 Credits)
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies (30 Credits)
  • Research Ethics and Governance (30 Credits)
  • Critical Appraisal and Translational Research (30 Credits)
  • Elective (Negotiated content) Module (60 Credits total)

The programme at Level 8 entails an extended piece of research, together with the supporting modules that you need to perform this research to the highest standard. Your research, presented as a thesis, will be examined through viva by experts in the field.

In most cases the research topic will be a practical problem relevant to your profession and field of practice and can be carried out in your own organisation.

Level 8 Modules: 

  • Literature Review and Research Proposal (60 Credits)
  • Developing Advanced Clinical Research Practice and Dissemination (60 Credits)
  • Doctoral Research Thesis and viva (240 Credits)

The programme at Level 7 includes taught, self-directed and self-selected components, which are assessed with a focus on the application and impact of learning.

Level 7 Modules:

  • Developing Leadership and Project Management skills (30 Credits)
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies (30 Credits)
  • Research Ethics and Governance (30 Credits)
  • Critical Appraisal and Translational Research (30 Credits)
  • Elective (Negotiated content) Module (60 Credits total)

The programme at Level 8 entails an extended piece of research, together with the supporting modules that you need to perform this research to the highest standard. Your research, presented as a thesis, will be examined through viva by experts in the field.

In most cases the research topic will be a practical problem relevant to your profession and field of practice and can be carried out in your own organisation.

Level 8 Modules: 

  • Literature Review and Research Proposal (60 Credits)
  • Developing Advanced Clinical Research Practice and Dissemination (60 Credits)
  • Doctoral Research Thesis and viva (240 Credits)

The programme at Level 7 includes taught, self-directed and self-selected components, which are assessed with a focus on the application and impact of learning.

Level 7 Modules:

  • Developing Leadership and Project Management skills (30 Credits)
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies (30 Credits)
  • Research Ethics and Governance (30 Credits)
  • Critical Appraisal and Translational Research (30 Credits)
  • Elective (Negotiated content) Module (60 Credits total)

The programme at Level 8 entails an extended piece of research, together with the supporting modules that you need to perform this research to the highest standard. Your research, presented as a thesis, will be examined through viva by experts in the field.

In most cases the research topic will be a practical problem relevant to your profession and field of practice and can be carried out in your own organisation.

Level 8 Modules: 

  • Literature Review and Research Proposal (60 Credits)
  • Developing Advanced Clinical Research Practice and Dissemination (60 Credits)
  • Doctoral Research Thesis and viva (240 Credits)

The programme at Level 7 includes taught, self-directed and self-selected components, which are assessed with a focus on the application and impact of learning.

Level 7 Modules:

  • Developing Leadership and Project Management skills (30 Credits)
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies (30 Credits)
  • Research Ethics and Governance (30 Credits)
  • Critical Appraisal and Translational Research (30 Credits)
  • Elective (Negotiated content) Module (60 Credits total)

The programme at Level 8 entails an extended piece of research, together with the supporting modules that you need to perform this research to the highest standard. Your research, presented as a thesis, will be examined through viva by experts in the field.

In most cases the research topic will be a practical problem relevant to your profession and field of practice and can be carried out in your own organisation.

Level 8 Modules: 

  • Literature Review and Research Proposal (60 Credits)
  • Developing Advanced Clinical Research Practice and Dissemination (60 Credits)
  • Doctoral Research Thesis and viva (240 Credits)

Modules

The tables provide an indicative list of the modules that make up the course for the current academic year. Each module is worth a specified number of credits. Our teaching is informed by research, and modules change periodically to reflect developments in the discipline. We aim to ensure that all modules run as scheduled. If for any reason a module cannot be run we will advise you as soon as possible and will provide guidance on selecting an appropriate alternative module.

Standard route

Year 1 compulsory modules
Year 1 compulsory modules
Critical Appraisal And Translational Research 30 credits
Developing Leadership And Project Management Skills 30 credits
Qualitative And Quantitative Research Methodologies 30 credits
Research Ethics And Governance 30 credits
Show 27 optional modules
Year 2 compulsory modules
Year 2 compulsory modules
Doctoral Research Thesis And Viva - Part Fa - Full Time 180 credits
Literature Review And Research Proposal 60 credits

Modules

The tables provide an indicative list of the modules that make up the course for the current academic year. Each module is worth a specified number of credits. Our teaching is informed by research, and modules change periodically to reflect developments in the discipline. We aim to ensure that all modules run as scheduled. If for any reason a module cannot be run we will advise you as soon as possible and will provide guidance on selecting an appropriate alternative module.

Modules

The tables provide an indicative list of the modules that make up the course for the current academic year. Each module is worth a specified number of credits. Our teaching is informed by research, and modules change periodically to reflect developments in the discipline. We aim to ensure that all modules run as scheduled. If for any reason a module cannot be run we will advise you as soon as possible and will provide guidance on selecting an appropriate alternative module.

Modules

The tables provide an indicative list of the modules that make up the course for the current academic year. Each module is worth a specified number of credits. Our teaching is informed by research, and modules change periodically to reflect developments in the discipline. We aim to ensure that all modules run as scheduled. If for any reason a module cannot be run we will advise you as soon as possible and will provide guidance on selecting an appropriate alternative module.

To enter the Programme at Level 7, you’ll normally need an undergraduate (Bachelor’s) degree or equivalent in a related field/discipline. However, if you don’t meet this requirement, prior related experience will be considered. For the modules at Level 7 there is a provision for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

To enter the Programme at Level 8, you’ll normally need a postgraduate (Master’s) degree or equivalent in a related field/discipline. However, if you don’t meet this requirement, prior related experience will be considered.

If your first language is not English, you’ll need an IELTS 6.5 overall, with a minimum of 6.0 in each discipline.

To enter the Programme at Level 7, you’ll normally need an undergraduate (Bachelor’s) degree or equivalent in a related field/discipline. However, if you don’t meet this requirement, prior related experience will be considered. For the modules at Level 7 there is a provision for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

To enter the Programme at Level 8, you’ll normally need a postgraduate (Master’s) degree or equivalent in a related field/discipline. However, if you don’t meet this requirement, prior related experience will be considered.

If your first language is not English, you’ll need an IELTS 6.5 overall, with a minimum of 6.0 in each discipline.

To enter the Programme at Level 7, you’ll normally need an undergraduate (Bachelor’s) degree or equivalent in a related field/discipline. However, if you don’t meet this requirement, prior related experience will be considered. For the modules at Level 7 there is a provision for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

To enter the Programme at Level 8, you’ll normally need a postgraduate (Master’s) degree or equivalent in a related field/discipline. However, if you don’t meet this requirement, prior related experience will be considered.

If your first language is not English, you’ll need an IELTS 6.5 overall, with a minimum of 6.0 in each discipline.

To enter the Programme at Level 7, you’ll normally need an undergraduate (Bachelor’s) degree or equivalent in a related field/discipline. However, if you don’t meet this requirement, prior related experience will be considered. For the modules at Level 7 there is a provision for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

To enter the Programme at Level 8, you’ll normally need a postgraduate (Master’s) degree or equivalent in a related field/discipline. However, if you don’t meet this requirement, prior related experience will be considered.

If your first language is not English, you’ll need an IELTS 6.5 overall, with a minimum of 6.0 in each discipline.

Facilities

Careers

The course is aimed at clinical and healthcare professionals who are seeking to develop leadership skills in their chosen area. It is also suitable for those who are looking to refocus or change their career path. 

The course can also provide the graduate with necessary skill sets to pursue an academic or research career in the healthcare sciences or related fields.

The programme is vocationally focused award and adapted to address the needs of a broad range of clinical practitioners including physicians, surgeons, and related healthcare professionals and scientists such as those working in life science industries e.g. biomedical and clinical sciences, biologics, bio-pharmaceuticals, diagnostics and companion diagnostics, clinical trials, medical devices, process transfer technologies and contract research organisations. Other related areas will be assessed on application but may include bioanalytical and forensic services.

The programme is also suited for Allied Health Professionals such as: Physiotherapists, Prosthetists and Orthotists, Podiatrists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths and Sports Therapists, Sports and Exercise Scientists and Strength and Condition instructors/ coaches together with Physical Activity Scientists. Professionals within Clinical Bioinformatics, Physical Sciences and biomedical Technology and Physiological Sciences are also encouraged to apply.

Teaching and assessment

Teaching

While the course is blended learning most of the content across different modules is delivered online. You are expected to attend the occasional face to face contacts on campus throughout the course. Depending on the modules you study, teaching may be delivered through a range of activities, for example through webinars and presentations, interactive lectures and group or individual tutorials.

Throughout the course you have direct access to the University’s research facilities, by prior arrangement.

While the course is blended learning most of the content across different modules is delivered online. You are expected to attend the occasional face to face contacts on campus throughout the course. Depending on the modules you study, teaching may be delivered through a range of activities, for example through webinars and presentations, interactive lectures and group or individual tutorials.

Throughout the course you have direct access to the University’s research facilities, by prior arrangement.

While the course is blended learning most of the content across different modules is delivered online. You are expected to attend the occasional face to face contacts on campus throughout the course. Depending on the modules you study, teaching may be delivered through a range of activities, for example through webinars and presentations, interactive lectures and group or individual tutorials.

Throughout the course you have direct access to the University’s research facilities, by prior arrangement.

While the course is blended learning most of the content across different modules is delivered online. You are expected to attend the occasional face to face contacts on campus throughout the course. Depending on the modules you study, teaching may be delivered through a range of activities, for example through webinars and presentations, interactive lectures and group or individual tutorials.

Throughout the course you have direct access to the University’s research facilities, by prior arrangement.

Assessment

The taught modules will be assessed individually. There may be more than one element of assessment for a module that should be submitted for each module on or before the submission date set for each piece of assessment. The pass mark for all taught modules is 50%.

For the Doctoral Research Thesis, the submission of the thesis comprising up to 50,000 words that is approved by the Principal Supervisor is required. The assessment of Thesis will be through Viva that is oral examination of the thesis by external and internal examiners.

The taught modules will be assessed individually. There may be more than one element of assessment for a module that should be submitted for each module on or before the submission date set for each piece of assessment. The pass mark for all taught modules is 50%.

For the Doctoral Research Thesis, the submission of the thesis comprising up to 50,000 words that is approved by the Principal Supervisor is required. The assessment of Thesis will be through Viva that is oral examination of the thesis by external and internal examiners.

The taught modules will be assessed individually. There may be more than one element of assessment for a module that should be submitted for each module on or before the submission date set for each piece of assessment. The pass mark for all taught modules is 50%.

For the Doctoral Research Thesis, the submission of the thesis comprising up to 50,000 words that is approved by the Principal Supervisor is required. The assessment of Thesis will be through Viva that is oral examination of the thesis by external and internal examiners.

The taught modules will be assessed individually. There may be more than one element of assessment for a module that should be submitted for each module on or before the submission date set for each piece of assessment. The pass mark for all taught modules is 50%.

For the Doctoral Research Thesis, the submission of the thesis comprising up to 50,000 words that is approved by the Principal Supervisor is required. The assessment of Thesis will be through Viva that is oral examination of the thesis by external and internal examiners.

Learning support

Your course tutors will provide lots of support. But you can also take advantage of our Academic Skills team, who can help you with:

  • Study skills (including reading, note-taking and presentation skills)
  • Written English (including punctuation, grammar)
  • Academic writing (including how to reference)
  • Research skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Revision, assessment and exam skills (including time management)

Additional support

If you have additional needs like dyslexia or a sensory impairment, then our AccessAbility Services are here to help make sure nothing stands in your way.

Feedback

Feedback on marked work will be provided within 20 working days after the submission date. This will be in the format of formal written feedback with points focused on areas of the work you have excelled in and also areas that you could improve on. Your mark will be available through your private Portal in Virtual Learning Environment and there will be narrated remarks through your document that will give you very specific constructive feedback.

Feedback on marked work will be provided within 20 working days after the submission date. This will be in the format of formal written feedback with points focused on areas of the work you have excelled in and also areas that you could improve on. Your mark will be available through your private Portal in Virtual Learning Environment and there will be narrated remarks through your document that will give you very specific constructive feedback.

Feedback on marked work will be provided within 20 working days after the submission date. This will be in the format of formal written feedback with points focused on areas of the work you have excelled in and also areas that you could improve on. Your mark will be available through your private Portal in Virtual Learning Environment and there will be narrated remarks through your document that will give you very specific constructive feedback.

Feedback on marked work will be provided within 20 working days after the submission date. This will be in the format of formal written feedback with points focused on areas of the work you have excelled in and also areas that you could improve on. Your mark will be available through your private Portal in Virtual Learning Environment and there will be narrated remarks through your document that will give you very specific constructive feedback.

Staff

You'll be taught by staff who have a range of academic and industry experience. 

Professor Roozbeh Naemi
Professor Roozbeh NaemiProfessor In Biomechanics

Roozbeh leads the Professional Doctorate in Healthcare Sciences, an award within the School of Life Sciences and Education. As a Professor in Biomechanics, he has made seminal contributions to generating knowledge in the area of biomechanics sin…

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Ian Davies
Ian DaviesSenior Lecturer

My expertise is within clinical pathology laboratories and the use of biomedical investigations in the diagnosis and investigation of disease. I'm Module Coordinator for Professional Practice for Biomedical Scientists and Cellular Pathology.

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Dr Angela Priestman
Dr Angela PriestmanHead Of Department - Biological Sciences

Angela has a number of research specialisms, including Biochemistry of Haematophagous insect cuticular lipid, Semiochemicals in mating recognition and choice, and Mosquito biology with special interest in British mosquito ecology and behaviour.

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Professor Nachiappan Chockalingam
Professor Nachiappan ChockalingamProfessor Of Clinical Biomechanics

As Professor of Clinical Biomechanics, I direct the Movement Analysis Laboratory and lead the biomechanics team and research at Staffordshire University. I am also an Affiliate Professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Malta and…

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Dr Panagiotis Chatzistergos
Dr Panagiotis ChatzistergosAssociate Professor

My current role is focused on applied research in the fields of musculoskeletal biomechanics and medical devices and among others involves identifying funding opportunities, preparing grant applications and participating in industry-led research…

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Dr Aoife Healy
Dr Aoife HealyAssociate Professor

I joined Staffordshire University as a KTP research associate on project examining diabetic footwear in October 2009. In 2006 I graduated from the University of Limerick with a BSc in Sports and Exercise Science. Following this I completed an MS…

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For the course starting on 18 January 2021 the tuition fees are:

Tuition fees for Professional Doctorate-Full-time, blended learning, January start
Study option UK / Channel Islands International
Full time £6,300 per year of study £6,300 per year of study

For the course starting on 20 September 2021 the tuition fees are:

Tuition fees for Professional Doctorate Full-time, blended learning, September start
Study option UK / Channel Islands
Full time To be confirmed

For the course starting on 24 January 2022 the tuition fees are:

Tuition fees for Professional Doctorate Part-time, blended learning, January start
Study option UK / Channel Islands International
Part time £3,672 per year of study £3,672 per year of study

For the course starting on 20 September 2021 the tuition fees are:

Tuition fees for Professional Doctorate Part-time, blended learning, September start
Study option UK / Channel Islands International
Part time £3,672 per year of study £3,672 per year of study

If you would like to know more about the fees listed and what this means to you then please get in touch with our Enquiries Team.

Alumni discount

If you've previously completed a Staffordshire University undergraduate degree (excluding HND and foundation degrees) you may be entitled to a discount of up to 25% off your course fees for any subsequent postgraduate taught course (terms apply, see the alumni discount page for details). If you have any questions about how this relates to you, please contact feesandbursaries@staffs.ac.uk.

Our students

Joseph Mando
Professional Doctorate Healthcare Science

What I found unique about the support faculty provide in this program is that first, they invested in knowing me. They took an interest in knowing what I do for work and even met with my supervisor. Because they know me so well, they are able to guide me effectively on how I could apply my learning to my work. I feel I am not just one of the several students in the program but a student that matters.

Second, the support faculty provide is structured. I have routine meetings with my faculty-mentor. Having such a structure helps me keep on track even in times of increased demands from my work. Furthermore, the discussions in our huddles prompt questions I would otherwise not know to ask.

I have benefited immensely from the emphasis of the program on applying my research and learning to my work. This allowed me to reflect on my role in the organisation as well as my niche.

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Stoke-on-Trent campus
Professional Doctorate
Full-time, blended learning, January start
18 January 2021

Rules and regulations

If you are offered a place at Staffordshire University, your offer will be subject to our rules, regulations and enrolment conditions, which may vary from time to time.

Students of Staffordshire University enter into a contract with us and are bound by these rules and regulations, which are subject to change. For more information, please see: University Policies and Regulations.

03/12/2020 14:02:46 / Healthcare Science / Full-time, blended learning, January start / 30.0 / 31.0 / SSTK-12299 / Direct link

03/12/2020 14:02:46 / Healthcare Science / Full-time, blended learning, September start / 19.0 / 31.0 / SSTK-11767 / Direct link

03/12/2020 14:02:46 / Healthcare Science / Part-time, blended learning, January start / 15.0 / 31.0 / SSTK-12400 / Direct link

03/12/2020 14:02:46 / Healthcare Science / Part-time, blended learning, September start / 17.0 / 31.0 / SSTK-11768 / Direct link