JLI offers many unique industry specific programs that can propel your career to the next level
At the James Lind Institute we have developed unique, industry specific, globally accredited programs that help you gain new skills and give your career a boost. No matter what educational background or work experience you have, if the pharmaceutical or healthcare sector interests you and if you are willing to learn and excel we have a program for you.
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Explore the world of drug development
James Lind Institute offers a number of programs that fall within the broad definition of clinical development. It encompasses clinical phases of research, monitoring of drug safety on an ongoing basis, managing of clinical trial data, regulatory affairs and even writing of documents related to the whole clinical research process. These unique programs open up a wide range of career opportunities for you in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. Following is a list of programs available in this category:
Explore public health issues
Promoting health and improving average life-spans across geographies and age groups are the focus of all global healthcare efforts. It is crucial that we have workforce available to us that is trained in preventing and combating various infectious disease epidemics and natural calamities. Professionals that are able to develop and implement strategies and policies for improvement of healthcare; and trained workforce that is able to provide a high level of care at all small or large healthcare facilities are also the need of the hour. People with training in public health, healthcare management, tropical medicine and similar areas are critical for a country's healthcare and public health infrastructure. We offer the following programs in this category:
Bench to bedside & back
Pharmaceutical and translational medicine are now globally well recognized areas of study that provide students with a birds eye view of the whole drug and medical device development process. Individuals with training in these areas are highly sought after by pharmaceutical companies and research institutions due to a thorough understanding of research methodologies and how existing therapies can be taken back to the lab for further research and development.
Explore scientific writing & journalism
According to Michael Kenward, an ex-editor of New Scientist, "Science writing is about explaining complex ideas that nobody wants to keep secret; science journalism is about explaining things that everyone can understand but that some might prefer to keep buried". Journalism is a concept that provides the public a well-balanced and objective perspective of what is being reported while scientific writing helps diiferent audiences get information in a language appropriate for them. We offer the following programs related to these areas:
Social & environment sciences
Social & Environmental Sciences are broad disciplines that study the relationships between humans and also the environment around us. Environmental studies to some extent includes the studies of social subjects for understanding relationships, understanding of different aspects of life, and policies towards the protection of environment.
Explore Agriculture Programs
Agribusiness offers exciting career opportunities in both developing and developed nations. Following programs are available:
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James Lind Institute offers various masters degree programs in the areas of public health, business administration etc.
- MPH (with specializations)
- M.Sc in Health Mgmt
- MBA (various specializations)
For information on available masters programs via our School of Health Sciences; & our Business School click below:
All programs conducted by JLI are based on a Modular System with each Study Module equivalent to a specific number of Credits (Module Credit Value or MCV). The sum of all Module Credit Values offered for a program make up the Total Credits awarded for that program. The academic performance is measured by grade points on a 4 point scale.
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