Research

The School of Medicine offers a range of research opportunities in Medical Education, and is keen to support new ideas and innovations.

Our current research portfolio includes the development of professional identity and professionalism lapses, the development of empathy, transitioning into clinical work and wellbeing.

If you have a research idea that involves the School or our students, please get in touch so that we can support you in developing your project.

Postgraduate study in Medical Education

The School of Medicine offers a range of research areas spanning medical education. Our current portfolio includes topics covering the development of professional identity and professionalism lapses and the development of empathy during undergraduate medicine studies.

In line with current changes in the NHS and workforce, transitioning into clinical posts and their impact upon wellbeing, is also a research area.

You can learn more about opportunities to study with us for a higher degree in Medical Education, including details of how to apply, by visiting the Postgraduate Research area of the University website.

 

Find a scholarship

At the University of Liverpool we offer a range of scholarships to help you meet the costs of studying a research degree. See more on the scholarships available.

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