General Practice and Primary Healthcare
General Practice and Primary Healthcare is a field of study designed to increase the knowledge and expertise of health professionals working in primary health.
The Department of General Practice offers a range of postgraduate courses in General Practice/Primary Health Care to enhance and deepen health professionals’ understanding of their field of work.
Courses can be taken both towards a programme or as stand-alone courses, giving health workers the flexibility to study the papers best suited to their professional needs.
Most courses under the Department of General Practice are delivered online, although a few may also require attendance at additional campus days.
Where can General Practice and Primary Healthcare take you?
The courses offered by the Department of General Practice and Primary Healthcare are designed to increase the knowledge and expertise of health professionals working in primary health, such as doctors and nurses. There are also opportunities to specialise in mental health, palliative care, sports medicine and community emergency care.