Doctoral Development Programme (DDP)
Students registering from August 2010 will access the Doctoral Development Programme (DDP). This is a flexible, ongoing training plan that is an integral part of your research degree, and is tailored to your individual needs. It helps you progress through your research studies by identifying the skills you already have and providing opportunities to improve these and acquire new skills and experience. The aim of the DDP is to provide you with a range of skills and competency-based training opportunities orientated both towards your specific study and towards future employment, equipping you with transferrable skills that will make you a not only a successful researcher, but also able to easily assimilate skills that have wider utility, thus extending your employability to other professions.
Further details can be found on the DDP webpages
ScHARR Taught modules available to take on the DDP
The complete list of modules that are available to take can be found at the DDP registration pages. You will be able to find more detailed information on ScHARR Taught modules by going to the course structure web pages (links below).
|Public Health Modules||Public Health (Health Services Research) Modules|
|Public Health (Management & Leadership) Modules||Health Economics & Decision Modelling Modules|
|Clinical Research Modules||Health and Social Care Research Modules (Distance Learning)|
Not all the modules can be found on the main University Timetable so please download the course timetables from the right to see when the modules run. Please note that the Health and Social Care Research modules are delivered via distance learning and teaching materials will be accessed through MOLE2.
Once you have registered you will be given access to the module learning materials on MOLE2.
Semester one (Autumn) modules runs from 26th September 2011 to 4th February 2012.
Semester two (Spring) modules run from 6th February 2012 to 9th June 2012.
Note- not all modules are available via distance learning and so may not be suitable for remote students. Please discuss choices with your supervisors.