MSc / Diploma Health and Society: Social Epidemiology
Qualifications for those working to improve the population's health and well-being through the understanding and application of social epidemiology.
These new Health and Society: Social Epidemiology MSc / Diploma programmes are our response to the need for trained researchers, health professionals and policy makers who are able to answer competently such questions as:
- Why are some people healthier than others even though we have free national health care?
- How does stress at work affect the physical health of an employee?
- Will the current population have a better experience of ageing than/previous generations?
- Why is social status so strongly linked to health?
- Why does life expectancy vary according to income inequality in rich countries?
- Does economic growth produce greater well-being?
- How important is the area of residence for the health of its community?
NEWS: We are offering The Michael Marmot UCL Studentship in Social Epidemiology for 2014-2015. For full details and application procedure please click here.
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