Comments about Nursing Practice MHSc - Postgrad. Dip. - Postgrad. Cert. - At the institution - Leeds - West Yorkshire
It has a strong clinical and professional practice focus, and is designd to develop skills at the forefront of healthcare. Past and current students have been, or become, nurse consultants, modern matrons and nurse practitioners.
This innovative course will appeal to nurses working in an advanced practice capacity
Nursing Practice MHSc / Postgrad. Dip. / Postgrad. Cert.
School of Healthcare
The School of Healthcare is one of the largest of its type in the United Kingdom. Its mission is to be a centre of excellence in the provision of high quality education and research and to develop knowledge that both informs and improves clinical practice. The School is situated in the heart of the thriving campus, close to the libraries, IT facilities and Student Union.
What you study
This part-time modular course can be taken as a masters degree, postgraduate diploma or postgraduate certificate. Core modules are influencing nursing (postgraduate certificate). Influencing nursing plus evidence-based practice (postgraduate diploma). As above plus dissertation (MHSc).
There are a range of optional modules.
How you study
Study days and one optional distance learning module.
26-48 months part-time (MHSc); 16 months part-time (PG Dip); 8 months part-time (PG Cert)
Current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council. A minimum of three years post-registration experience. Normally a 2:1 honours degree from a recognised higher education institution in a relevant subject. Or evidence of working at Masters level through successful completion of the portfolio development module (please contact the Admissions, Access and Marketing Unit at the School of Healthcare Studies for further details). Or 20 credits of level 3 study on a recognised module of study.