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  • Study Type

    Part time available

  • Subject Areas

    Nursing & Health

  • Start Date

    January, April

  • Course Duration

    3 years part-time

  • Course Type


  • Course Fees

    Please see our website for course fees website

  • Last Updated

    17 July 2018

Course content

The development of the Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP) role is one of the ways the Government plans to modernise the National Health Service and improve the quality of healthcare.

Capable of working autonomously with high levels of skills, ACP's work as part of interdisciplinary healthcare teams, complementing existing provision and improving patient care, through which they aim to add a new dimension to healthcare.

The course is designed to help experienced nurses and allied healthcare professionals take on this challenging role in a variety of healthcare settings. It aims to provide additional theoretical, clinically focused education and training not addressed in initial nursing and healthcare education. This is at an appropriate level to support the expansion of practice and the development of new skills; specifically clinical history taking, clinical examination skills and consultation skills. You will be required to undertake a compulsory clinical placement in primary or secondary care, for which you will require a clinical educator.

The course offers you the opportunity to enhance your current knowledge and practice, which may lead to career progression into advanced roles across all specialities of practice.

Visit the Advanced Clinical Practice MSc page on the University of Huddersfield website for more details!





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