The spectrum of disease relevant to the specialty of Oral Medicine is ever changing, particularly as a consequence of the increasing lifespan which inevitably leads to individuals being more at risk of acquired immunologically mediated and lifestyle-related disease as well as iatrogenic disorders due to drug therapy. Oral Medicine is thus more relevant than ever to ensure that patients from around the globe are appropriately managed to enhance their function and quality of life.
The programme provides postgraduates with didactic teaching by internationally recognised research driven clinical academics as well as the opportunity to be involved in the management of patients with possible the widest spectrum of disease relevant to Oral Medicine in Europe if not the globe. There is an emphasis upon putting theory into practice to ensure that postgraduates are well equipped to appropriately manage patients with common and sometimes rare or complex disease.
Oral Medicine MSc
A full-time, one year Master’s programme that includes the diagnosis and medical treatment of, and research into, conditions of the mouth, face, salivary glands and jaws.
The facilities that postgraduates of this programme will have full access to include:
- Attendance at clinics that manage patients with complex disease relevant to Oral Medicine;
- Clinical skills in state of the art teaching laboratories;
- Lectures and seminars in rooms with state of the art audiovisual facilities;
- On line access to possibly the largest collection of electronic journals and books in any dental school.
These units welcome visits from prospective students. Appointments to visit should be made at least two months in advance. Your visit will enable you to meet staff and discuss applications. For an appointment contact the Departmental Administrator, Nichola Faddoul.