Anglia Ruskin University program

Research Methodology

Grow specialist knowledge on research methods and develop a deep application to mental health care

This program is part of the MSc Mental Health and MSc Child and Adolescent Mental Wellbeing degrees offered by Anglia Ruskin University

Enhance your research skills

The ultimate goal of formal research is to gain knowledge that would be useful for many people. Clinical (mental health) research ‘is a systematic inquiry, designed to develop trustworthy, valid evidence for clinical practice.


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