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  Advanced Clinical Practice (with V300 Non-Medical Prescribing) MSc

University of Wolverhampton    The Institute of Health

Part time September, April MSc 3 years part time
Nursing & Health (27)

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Are you ready to elevate your clinical practice to the next level? The Advanced Clinical Practice (with V300 Non-Medical Prescribing) MSc programme is designed to empower healthcare professionals with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in advanced clinical roles. In Year 1, modules such as Clinical and Diagnostic Reasoning and Health Assessment will enhance your clinical acumen and diagnostic decision-making abilities. Year 2 focuses on Advanced Inquiry, preparing you for evidence-based practice and research. Finally, Year 3 culminates in a Health Research and Evidence-Based Practice dissertation, where you will demonstrate your mastery of research methodologies. To qualify for this programme, you must hold a first-level professional registration, possess a relevant first degree, and have a minimum of 3 years' clinical experience. Additionally, you should have employer support for clinical placement. Join us on this transformative journey towards becoming an Advanced Clinical Practitioner and make a lasting impact in the healthcare field.

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Course Modules


Clinical and Diagnostic Reasoning for Advanced Clinical Practice

This module provides students with the opportunity to develop their clinical and diagnostic reasoning skills as well as their clinical problem-solving skills to formulate accurate and coherent differential diagnoses in relation to a variety of common presenting medical problems. Students will be able to develop and enhance their knowledge and clinical acumen in relation to holistic patient assessments and related diagnostic decision-making in their role as advanced clinical practitioners.

Developing the Principles of Advanced Clinical

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Entry Requirements

To become an Advanced Clinical Practitioner, the following points should normally be met and the applicant must be in a role that has employer support for clinical placement and time to attend the course with a clinical supervisor/mentor in practice:

Hold current first level Professional Registration with a relevant regulatory body.
Entry requirement includes first degree and minimum of 3 years’ relevant experience in clinical practice.
Recognised post within a healthcare organisation and the post listed within workforce plan and business need.


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