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University of Chester Health and Social Care
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The programme is 50% theory and 50% practical. The theoretical component is undertaken at the University and the practical component in a clinical setting, under the supervision of a qualified professional Practice Teacher from the chosen specialist pathway. Read more
The programme is 50% theory and 50% practical. The theoretical component is undertaken at the University and the practical component in a clinical setting, under the supervision of a qualified professional Practice Teacher from the chosen specialist pathway.

Core modules include:

• Health Improvement and Wellbeing in Action
• Health Improvement and Wellbeing in Context
• Research
• Leading Innovative Contemporary Practice
• Dissertation (for the award of MSc)

http://www.chester.ac.uk/postgraduate/specialist-community-public-health-nursing

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University of Chester Health and Social Care
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This course is designed for nationally and internationally qualified nurses who wish to gain a UK Master’s degree in Professional Nursing. Read more
This course is designed for nationally and internationally qualified nurses who wish to gain a UK Master’s degree in Professional Nursing.

Course overview

This course is designed for nationally and internationally qualified nurses who wish to gain a UK Master's degree in Professional Nursing.

It aims to build on and advance your knowledge, skills and expertise to deliver, manage and develop nursing practice within the context of global healthcare.

Why Study Professional Nursing with us?

The University of Chester prides itself on providing excellent student support. As a student at the University of Chester, you will have access to extensive resources, including 24-hour library access; student support, guidance and welfare services; study skills support; an International Centre; and English language support if required – to name but a few.

This course is designed to meet the criteria set by professional organisations and the Quality Assurance Agency. It will also prepare international students wishing to practice in the UK for the Nursing and Midwifery Council registration process for nurses who trained outside the European Economic Area.

What will I learn?

Course content is designed for flexible professional learning and consists of three 20-credit core modules, three 20-credit option modules and a work-based learning project (dissertation) worth 60 credits.

You will engage with knowledge at the forefront of international evidence-based nursing practice, including clinical skills, leadership and research.

How will I be taught?

This course is predominantly theoretically based. It is delivered at sites as agreed by the Faculty of Health and Social Care. Each site offers a range of facilities, including lecture theatres, seminar rooms, IT laboratories and clinical skills laboratories.

We use a variety of teaching and learning methods to facilitate your achievement, including formal lectures, scenario-based learning, reflection, workshops and e-learning packages.
Each 20-credit module involves undertaking 200 notional hours in total, including approximately 30 contact hours.

How will I be assessed?

There are a range of assessment strategies that reflect the individual module content, including assignments and seminar presentations

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University of Chester Health and Social Care
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This course provides student-centred and interdisciplinary opportunities for the development of a critically informed specialist practitioner in community nursing who will be instrumental in changing and developing nursing practice, and who will be a leader of their profession. Read more
This course provides student-centred and interdisciplinary opportunities for the development of a critically informed specialist practitioner in community nursing who will be instrumental in changing and developing nursing practice, and who will be a leader of their profession.

Why Study Specialist Practice Community with us?

Specialist practitioners are defined as leaders who are able to exercise higher levels of judgement and discretion.

The overarching aim of our course is to produce a competent, independent community practitioner working at postgraduate level, capable of promoting the development and delivery of community nursing practice across a variety of settings.

Pathways include:

District Nursing
Mental Health Nursing
Learning Disability Nursing
General Practice Nursing
Community Childrens’ Nursing
The course is 50% theory and 50% practice and this is integrated across the duration of the course. You will undertake the theoretical component in the University, and undertake the practice component in a community setting under the supervision of a qualifi ed Mentor or Practice Teacher from the defined area of practice.

What will I learn?

Our modules focus upon contemporary themes such as public health and leadership in addition to specialist practice. District Nursing students undertake Community Practitioner Nurse Prescribing as a module.

You will also critically explore current political drivers which impact directly upon clinical practice.

How will I be taught?

We use a range of teaching strategies within the course, such as lectures, tutorials and e-learning.

There is also the opportunity for the Pathway Lead to visit you and your Mentor in practice to aid learning and support. This will allow you to reflect upon your practice and to show progression within the course.
Over the 40-week course you will have up to 190 hours of teaching; this will mostly consist of University attendance, but there are also elements of online learning structured within the course.
How will I be assessed?

Practice is assessed via a Practice Learning Portfolio under the supervision of a qualified Mentor or Practice Teacher. Modules are assessed in a variety of ways, e.g. examinations, assignments, presentations, oral examination and portfolio.

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University of Chester Health and Social Care
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Master’s degrees are becoming a requirement for practitioners working at a higher level in health and social care. These posts often integrate a range of roles and challenges, including management, education, and direct client care. Read more
Master’s degrees are becoming a requirement for practitioners working at a higher level in health and social care. These posts often integrate a range of roles and challenges, including management, education, and direct client care. This course offers opportunities to integrate your studies to meet the differing demands of modern job roles, tailoring your choice of modules to meet your needs and individual interests.

Why Study Professional Studies with us?

The Faculty of Health and Social Care offers this flexible modular course, which will give you the opportunity to tailor your choice of modules to suit your individual needs and interests.

You can effectively develop your own bespoke Master’s course, thus enabling the degree to refl ect the differing demands of modern job roles in an ever-changing working environment.

What will I learn?

The course has three core modules: Research; Leadership, Development and Change; and the Dissertation.

For the dissertation, you have a choice of the traditional research-based Dissertation or a Work Based Learning Project.

You may choose modules from the postgraduate provision within the Faculty for the remaining 80 credits. There may also be opportunities to transfer in credits undertaken at other higher education institutions.

How will I be taught?

Our course is delivered at Riverside Campus. Teaching is by a variety of methods. Some modules are taught via e-learning, others a mix of e-learning and classroom teaching, and others by tutorials or work-based learning.
Contact hours are variable depending upon the module delivery. Each module, apart from the dissertation, has 20 credits and equates to 200 hours of learning over the duration of the module, including approximately three contact hours per week per module.

How will I be assessed?

You will undertake a range of assessments, including practical assessments, essays, reflective writing, presentations and work-based learning.

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Our Master’s course will provide advanced-level education and training for those with, or seeking, roles in obesity prevention, weight management or health promotion. Read more
Our Master’s course will provide advanced-level education and training for those with, or seeking, roles in obesity prevention, weight management or health promotion.

Why Study Obesity and Weight Management with us?

This course was the first of its type to run in UK and Ireland, and is delivered by a team of experienced academics, GPs, hospital doctors, surgeons, dietitians, nutritionists, exercise specialists and psychologists. The specialist input from field experts and academics keeps the course fresh and up to date to cater for the needs of professionals working in this area.

While this is a focused professional development course aimed at healthcare professionals from around the world, it is also suitable for newly qualified graduates aspiring to work in this high-profile area.

What will I learn?

Modules consider obesity and weight management from a variety of perspectives. The course begins with a focus on the obesity epidemic and moves on to cover key areas such as childhood obesity, behaviour change, exercise, dietary approaches, causes of obesity and assessment in obesity.

The MSc is then completed with a research methods module followed by a research project.

How will I be taught?

Our course runs on a modular basis and is delivered at Parkgate Road Campus. Sessions will involve a mixture of practical and theoretical work, relevant to the module being studied. This includes body composition assessment workshops and practical exercise capacity testing.

Each module is delivered in intensive learning blocks of typically three days (25 hours), which are followed by self-directed learning supported by experienced tutors.

How will I be assessed?

Assessment is by a 4,000-word written assignment or its equivalent – e.g. poster presentation. Research projects may be laboratory or work based under the direction of an individually allocated supervisor.

Postgraduate Visit Opportunities

If you are interested in this courses we have a number of opportunities to visit us and our campuses. To find out more about these options and to book a visit, please go to: https://www1.chester.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/postgraduate-visit-opportunities

Request a Prospectus

If you would like to know more about the University please request a prospectus at: http://prospectus.chester.ac.uk/form.php

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University of Chester Health and Social Care
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Taught at our Riverside Campus in Chester, this programme is likely to be attractive to both medical and non-medical graduates working in the broad field of public health and health improvement, and those interested in improving health and wellbeing in the population. Read more
Taught at our Riverside Campus in Chester, this programme is likely to be attractive to both medical and non-medical graduates working in the broad field of public health and health improvement, and those interested in improving health and wellbeing in the population.

This multidisciplinary programme is likely to be attractive to both medical and non-medical graduates who are currently working in the broad field of public health and health improvement, and those interested in improving health and wellbeing in the population, preventing disease and reducing inequalities in health.

This multidisciplinary course is likely to be attractive to both medical and non-medical graduates who are currently working in the broad field of public health and health improvement, and those interested in improving health and wellbeing in the population, preventing disease and reducing inequalities in health.

With the increasing emphasis on health protection, promotion and disease prevention, a variety of new career opportunities have been generated for people with a postgraduate qualification in public health.

The Public Health Skills and Career Framework (UK) has been used to define and organise the core areas of knowledge and relevant skills into the five core modules. Thus, all of the key public health competency areas are embedded into the course.

Even if your academic background is not directly in public health we would encourage you to apply, particularly if you are working in the public health, social or community sectors in some capacity.

The course is supported by a range of high profile speakers who are all experts in their fields.

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A public health nutritionist aims to promote health and well-being through food and nutrition, help people make healthier choices, create an environment which promotes health, and develop supportive health-related policy. Read more
A public health nutritionist aims to promote health and well-being through food and nutrition, help people make healthier choices, create an environment which promotes health, and develop supportive health-related policy. On this course you will learn about public health nutrition that relates to the science of preventing disease, prolonging and improving quality of life and promoting health through the medium of nutrition.

Why Study Public Health Nutrition with us?

The Department of Clinical Sciences and Nutrition has an excellent reputation in nutrition at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. We have considerable teaching and research expertise in the areas of public health nutrition and allied subjects. Our staff are enthusiastic and helpful, and pride themselves on the extra help provided to those who require it.

This course:
- meets the current training needs to produce graduates with the necessary knowledge, skills and experience to work as public health
- nutritionists
- provides a wide range of career opportunities
- ensures a strong practitioner-based focus
- aims to help you develop transferable public health skills.

What will I learn?

The course is designed for graduates with an interest in people, health and nutrition. Our modules focus on core public health nutrition issues such as the relationship between nutrition and health and the way in which sociological and psychological factors influence food choice. All modules are designed to increase your understanding of the scientific evidence related to food, nutrition and health upon which public health nutrition strategies, activities and policies are based.

How will I be taught?

Our modules are delivered over three or four-day blocks followed by eight weeks of home-based learning.

You will encounter a range of different learning experiences through lectures, investigative sessions, laboratory work, food skills sessions, workshops and seminars. Modules involve 21-28 hours of direct tutor contact, five to 20 hours of support tutorials, and 152-179 hours of directed and self-directed study.

How will I be assessed?

Assessment of modules comprises a combination of coursework and examination. Coursework is innovative and interactive and includes interpretation of data, portfolio work and seminar presentation.

Postgraduate Visit Opportunities

If you are interested in this courses we have a number of opportunities to visit us and our campuses. To find out more about these options and to book a visit, please go to: https://www1.chester.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/postgraduate-visit-opportunities

Request a Prospectus

If you would like to know more about the University please request a prospectus at: http://prospectus.chester.ac.uk/form.php

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University of Chester Health and Social Care
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Taught at our Riverside Campus in Chester, the course aims to enable you to gain the highest level of knowledge, skills and behaviour that will establish you at the forefront of art therapy within a contemporary setting, and is accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Read more
Taught at our Riverside Campus in Chester, the course aims to enable you to gain the highest level of knowledge, skills and behaviour that will establish you at the forefront of art therapy within a contemporary setting, and is accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

The use of art therapy is widely recognised as a discipline that enables expression, beyond words, in a variety of settings, and promotes psychological and emotional well-being. Our course is suitable for those working in health, education, counselling, community and social care settings, as well as for promoting individual personal and professional development.

This Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) approved Art Therapy course will enable you, on completion, to practise as an Art Therapist/Art Psychotherapist. The course aims to enable you to gain the highest level of knowledge, skills and behaviour that will establish you at the forefront of art therapy within a contemporary setting.

Art Psychotherapists work with a range of patients and clinical settings. They work with children, adolescents, people with mental illness, people with learning difficulties, the elderly, and people who have experienced trauma – in forensic and community settings.

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University of Chester Health and Social Care
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Delivered at our Riverside Campus in Chester, this course will prepare participants to progress their careers in a range of contemporary professional specialist areas related to maternal and women’s healthcare delivery. Read more
Delivered at our Riverside Campus in Chester, this course will prepare participants to progress their careers in a range of contemporary professional specialist areas related to maternal and women’s healthcare delivery.

The subject areas that you will study all have a focus on operating in today’s world of economic challenges while continually striving to enhance the quality of these services for women and their families.

Our course is specifically designed for health professionals working in a broad range of environments delivering maternal and women’s healthcare. Examples include midwifery, neonatology, gynaecology, contraception and sexual health.

The course offers a degree of flexibility in regard to module choice, and students are supported on an individual basis by the Programme Leader. This means that you will have the opportunity to access personalised advice and guidance in regard to module choice for your intended career pathway.

The course content is designed for flexible, interprofessional learning and incorporates international and national drivers and local policies relating to maternal and women’s healthcare.

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University of Chester Medicine
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Despite the fact that we have improved methods of detection and have developed many novel therapies, cancer is still a major killer worldwide. Read more
Despite the fact that we have improved methods of detection and have developed many novel therapies, cancer is still a major killer worldwide. This course aims to inform and equip the practitioner with the necessary skills to function in a modern biomedical/clinical environment specialising in caring for the cancer patient, and will be relevant to researchers, day-to-day NHS hospital practice and general practice.

Why Study Oncology with us?

You will receive training in the skills required in the reading and interpretation of the literature and translating that into evidence-based practice. The course culminates in the Research Dissertation, which will be assessed through your production of two publishable scientific articles.

The content of the course is mapped to The Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board Speciality Training Curriculum for Medical Oncology.

If biomedical or clinical research is your interest, successful completion of the MSc will allow you to directly register onto PhD study and join our team of researchers at the Institute of Medicine.

What will I learn?

We will discuss mechanistic models of tumour formation and how knowledge of the cell biology can inform the treatment of a cancer. Blood-borne hormones and cytokines can be used as biomarkers of cancer and we will examine the problems associated with some of these measurements. You will evaluate new developments in research into oncology, and carry out a research project.

Seminars and tutorials will be held with various healthcare professionals and clinical researchers. You will also attend cancer clinics in one of our partner hospital trusts.

How will I be taught?

Our course consists of taught modules and a Research Dissertation.

We deliver taught modules as three-day intensive courses to facilitate attendance from students in employment. Weekly support sessions and journal club supplement learning – all held in our modern facilities in Bache Hall.
The total number of contact hours for the whole course are 360 hours, out of a total study time of 1,800 hours.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed via clinical reviews, laboratory reports, posters, oral presentations, or data manipulation exercises.

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University of Chester Medicine
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Our MSc is for health professionals working locally and nationally, and aims to develop your knowledge and understanding of health-related issues affecting women in contemporary society. Read more
Our MSc is for health professionals working locally and nationally, and aims to develop your knowledge and understanding of health-related issues affecting women in contemporary society. This interdisciplinary course will deliver modules addressing the health needs of women across the life span. The range of modules reflects contemporary issues facing women within a multicultural context.

Why Study Women's Health with us?

This is responding to individuals working towards the enhancement of women’s health. It is anticipated the course will be represented by students from health, medicine and social care professions working in the public and private sectors, who will be engaging with continuing professional development (CPD) while seeking to enhance their knowledge of the complexities of participating in the delivery and the understanding of women’s health.

Although this is an advanced course, it will facilitate a bespoke approach to learning, allowing you to critically consider your own practice. This course will also be multi- and interdisciplinary, reflecting the services provided by a range of health and social care providers.

This course is available at either University Centre Shrewsbury, or Bache Hall, near Parkgate Road Campus, Chester.

What will I learn?

Our course will respond to doctors and allied health professionals engaging in CPD. The inclusivity of modules ensures that students from across a wide spectrum of practice can engage with this course.

The course will enable you to choose from a range of modules to ensure a bespoke approach to your learning, enabling you to critically consider your own practice in relation to a changing multicultural society. The course will be delivered within a multicultural context by research-active academic staff, supplemented by clinicians working in the area of women’s health.

How will I be taught?

This course will respond to colleagues seeking to develop their understanding, and find solutions to, the specific challenges of enhancing women’s health.

Most taught lectures will be supported with access to learning materials.
Modules will run as three-day blocks and include 400 hours of learning activity, with at least 20 hours’ contact time.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed by a variety of methods, including essays, posters, oral exams and a Research Dissertation, which is assessed by the production of a substantial review paper and an academic research article.

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