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Advanced Practice: Neonates - MSc


University of Salford School of Health and Society

Full time September MSc

About the course

This practical course uses a work-based learning approach to develop the higher-level skills that will lead to advanced practitioner status.

If you are an experienced neonatal intensive care nurse, this challenging and rewarding programme will enable you to become a qualified advanced neonatal nurse practitioner.

You will:

  • Be supported in clinical practice by experienced neonatal nurse practitioners, consultant neonatologists, or specialist pediatric registrars.
  • Be taught by experts in the field including teritiary neonatologists, advanced neonatal nurse practitioners, midwifery lecturers, pharmacists and radiographers.
  • Develop advanced clinical skills in our brand new simulation suites with our award-winning human similators.
  • Have access to a clinical placement opportunity.

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Entry Requirements

You will need to have a 2.1 degree in a relevant health related area and work within a tertiary neonatal intensive care unit with a minimum of 4 years clinical experience. Anyone who doesn't have the required level of degree is advised to discuss their application with the Programme Leader.

You will also need to possess the ENB 405 / Quality in Specialty qualification and be live on the NMC register.



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