The graduate will be able to apply scientific method and approaches to medical research.
The graduate will be able to:
- 1. Critically appraise the results of relevant diagnostic, prognostic and treatment trials and other qualitative and quantitative studies as reported in the medical and scientific literature
- 2. Formulate simple relevant research questions in biomedical science, psychosocial science or population science, and design appropriate studies or experiments to address the questions
- 3. Apply findings from the literature to answer questions raised by specific clinical problems
- 4. Understand the ethical and governance issues involved in medical research