MSc - Advanced Clinical Practice in Ophthalmology

University of Plymouth    Faculty of Health

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Are you a registered optometrist, orthoptist, or ophthalmic nurse looking to advance your career in Clinical Ophthalmology? The MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice in Ophthalmology is the perfect programme for you! Developed in alignment with the NHS England Advanced Clinical Practice framework, this innovative and flexible course prepares you to work autonomously in integrated healthcare teams. With a focus on education, leadership, clinical practice, and research, you'll gain the skills to provide professional leadership and manage complex clinical care independently. Choose from a range of optional clinical modules to tailor your learning experience. Entry requirements include a relevant first degree or equivalent experience. Join us and enhance your career opportunities!

About the course

Are you a registered ophthalmic professional who is looking to develop your career to an advanced level of practice in Clinical Ophthalmology? If so, this course is for you!

With a strong clinical focus and alignment to the NHS England Advanced Clinical Practice framework, our future-facing programme prepares optometrists, orthoptists and ophthalmic nurses to work with a high level of autonomy as part of integrated healthcare teams, in both the primary and secondary care sectors.

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Entry Requirements

This programme is designed for registered optometrists, orthoptists and ophthalmic nurses, who are currently working clinically in an ophthalmic setting that will facilitate the successful completion of the programme (primary or secondary care).

Applicants will normally have a relevant first degree, BSc (Hons) at 2:1 or above; or a European first cycle equivalent.

Applicants without a first degree, BSc (Hons) at 2:1 or above may be eligible to apply, if combined with appropriate practice related experience relevant to the programme and following submission of a written critical evaluation of advanced practice marked against the Level 7 criteria.

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