Case Study
30th November 2018
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Public Health Masters

The professional development attained from completing the masters of public health at Glasgow University has offered a considerable advance in a number of areas. At a basic level, the critical thinking, analytics and time taken to elicit understanding in research has improved to a level that can be easily transferred into the clinical and professional setting, with a view to develop peers and in turn improve practice for service user experience. At a deeper level a perspective change on healthcare has been achieved, with a greater insight into the unique contribution that Occupational Therapists can offer in public health, recognizing that the message from RCOT in regards to public health and occupational therapy is antiquated.
Austin Booth
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