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Targeted back care 'better and cheaper'

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New physiotherapists must be outstanding communicators as well as excellent problem solvers. They must also be good team players, who can also work well independently too. The Health Sciences faculty at the University of Southampton has an established reputation for developing a world-class teaching environment, which focuses on improving health outcomes and the transformation of healthcare delivery. Courses such as the MSc physiotherapy masters benefit from the findings of ground-breaking research, which is also undertaken at the university. These findings empower students with the latest knowledge; giving them a great start in practice. Southampton’s Health Sciences Dean Jessica Corner, said: “I believe we're developing the top clinical leaders and first class practitioners of the future here in Health Sciences.” Simply log on to the Health Sciences homepage at http://www.southampton.ac.uk/healthsciences/postgraduate/taught_courses/msc_physiotherapy.page? to find out more information about the MSc Physiotherapy course at the University of Southampton.

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29 May, 2012

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