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MSc Healthcare Practice - Maternal and Child Health (subject to Validation)


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1 year full time; 2 years part time
A second class honours degree, or above, and a relevant professional qualification, plus a minimum of two years’ experience in health and social care. Suitable for health and social care practitioners in the fields of nursing, midwifery, medicine and allied health professionals. This course is taught in partnership with St George's, University of London. See website for full entry requirements LINK
Home students £6,250 international £11,600
September
MSc
Julie Harrison
Masters study type: Full time Masters study type: Part time

The focus of the course includes global concerns about determinants of maternal and
child health, alongside exploration of the impact of government policies on the provision
of care. In addition, it enables practitioners to enhance their critical and analytical skills
through application of theories and concepts underpinning relevant areas of practice.
Key aspects of study include:

• Determinants of maternal and child health (national and international perspectives).
• Specialist and generic knowledge required for collaborative working in maternity and
children’s services.
• Research methods and critical enquiry.

The overall aim of this postgraduate course is to enable midwives, nurses and other
professionals nationally and internationally to explore issues surrounding the health and
social care of women, children and young people, while considering their own unique role
in service improvements. It also provides participants with the opportunity to research, in
depth, a specific area of maternal and child health related provision/care through the
masters level dissertation.

Assessment
Essays, reflective essays, presentations, research dissertation (MSc only).

Special features

• All assignments are designed to focus on application of theory to the student’s area
of practice.
• Key elements of the course are interprofessional and include global and crosscultural
perspectives.
• This interprofessional MSc is open to a wide range of professionals working in health
and social care.
• Collaborative course development and delivery draws on relevant expertise from
policy makers, service providers and practitioners at the leading edge of care
provision.

Visit the MSc Healthcare Practice - Maternal and Child Health (subject to Validation) page on the Kingston University web site for more details!


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