MClinRes Clinical Research
The MClinRes at the University of Plymouth will provide you with the key skills required to develop as a leader in clinical research.
This module focuses on the appraisal and synthesis of evidence from research literature and documentary sources.
Award for research into Parkinson’s link with mental health
Chris Lovegrove, a postgraduate student at the University of Plymouth and Clinical Lead Occupational Therapist at Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, has been awarded a prestigious grant for his work into Parkinson’s patients’ experiences of anxiety.
How do senior paramedics decide when to stop resuscitation? Research project to help inform guidelines
Paramedic Ali Coppola is undertaking a masters in Clinical Research (MClinRes) to explore pulseless electrical activity (PEA) out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) – as currently there is a limited evidence-base and guidelines in the area.
Teaching and learning
Find out about the teaching and learning on the MClinRes at University of Plymouth
Scholarship to help Nepalese student reach more people following earthquake disaster
After helping more than 25,000 people in earthquake-damaged areas of his home country, Nepal, postgraduate student Dr Aban Gautam has received a scholarship from the David Nott Foundation to help further his work.
The Plymouth University MClinRes aims to provide clinicians with the skills to develop, undertake, manage, disseminate and implement research findings. It is intended to be the first step to developing you as a clinical academic leader within the NHS.