The University of Sheffield has developed a number of Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) over the last 2 years, delivered via the FutureLearn platform. These free to take online courses are varied and draw on expertise from academic and research staff at the University. Courses are varied and have included: 'Discovering Dentisry' and 'Crime, Justice and Society', you can see a complete list of courses that the University has delivered here: https://www.futurelearn.com/partners/the-university-of-sheffield
Back due to popular demand, the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) will be re-running their 3 week free MOOC on Measuring and Valuing Health on the 23rd November 2015.
If you missed it last time, you can sign up to it now. There will be lots of great interactive learning and the chance to debate some of the key issues with experts in the field.
This free online course will introduce you to health outcomes and explain how they can be measured and valued, to make more informed decisions about where to spend our limited healthcare budgets.
The time commitment is approximately 3 hours per week. The content is divided into small bite sized pieces that can be done at your leisure to fit around other commitments.
Watch the trailer, find further details and sign up here https://www.futurelearn.com/
Or have a sneak peek at this video which shows you what is covered in week 1
We hope to see you on the course