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University of Liverpool’s Public Health teaching has been running since 1989, and is now available in the capital
The University of Liverpool has announced a new Master’s degree programme in public health at its London Campus, starting in September.
The programme will build on the public health teaching at the University’s Liverpool campus which has been running since 1989, by drawing more on established links with London agencies.
Liverpool has a strong international research and teaching reputation in public health, with a particular focus on health inequalities and this forms a core part of the programme.
Students will also take modules on research methods, health system management and health promotion among others.
For more information on the University of Liverpool in London, please visit: http://www.liv.ac.uk/study/london/
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