MSc in Health and Social Inclusion - Applications open for Sept 2023! - Dublin City University

We are excited, at the School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health, to announce that applications are now open for our MSc in Health and Social Inclusion (Level 9 NFQ, 90 ECTS) - A two-year, part-time, blended-learning programme.

Based on a recognition of Ireland’s growing health inequities and the imperative of developing skilled practitioners, researchers, and academics in this area, the MSc in Health and Social Inclusion provides students with the most up to date contemporary thinking about, and strategic responses to, health inequity.

The programme will appeal to anyone with a particular interest in health and social inclusion and will enhance employability in a range of sectors including interdisciplinary health and social care practice, welfare rights and advocacy, community development, health and social activism, health promotion, inclusion health, research and academic contexts, governmental departments and policy making. The programme is also accredited with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI).


Dr. Rebecca Murphy
Assistant Professor in Social Science | Programme Chair of MSc in Health and Social Inclusion | School of Nursing, Psychotherapy, and Community Health | Dublin City University.


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