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  Advanced Nurse Practitioner/Professional Practice MSc


Online University of the Highlands and Islands    Science, Health and Engineering

Part time September, January PGCert, MSc, PGDip 1 year part time PGCert, 2 years part time PGDip, 3 years part time MSc
Nursing & Health (27)

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Are you a registered nurse or allied health professional looking to advance your career and deliver high-quality healthcare? Look no further than our Advanced Nurse Practitioner/Professional Practice MSc programme. Developed in collaboration with clinical partners, this innovative course equips you with the knowledge and skills to lead and deliver advanced healthcare in various settings, including remote and rural areas. With a combination of core and optional modules, you'll deepen your clinical expertise, develop leadership skills, and enhance your evidence-based research abilities. Entry requirements include being a registered health professional with a degree and a minimum of three years' experience. Join us and unlock new possibilities in your healthcare career.

About the course

Developed in partnership with expert clinical partners, and taught by subject experts, this course will equip nurses and allied health professionals to lead and deliver advanced healthcare for patients and clients.

This innovative and clinically current programme is relevant to a variety of healthcare settings including remote and rural contexts.

You will develop advanced knowledge and skills in clinical practice, leadership, facilitation of learning and evidence-based research and development.

A combination of core and optional modules support consolidation of clinical knowledge and skills reflecting the Advanced Practice Framework.

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Entry Requirements

You must be a registered nurse or allied health professional, normally working in a full-time or part-time post with a health, social care or third sector setting
You must have a first degree or demonstrate evidence of successful prior study at degree level (SCQF Level 9) and normally a minimum of three years' experience as a registered health professional
You must submit evidence of your current professional registration, for example Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) or Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registration

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