The MSc Advanced Healthcare Practice is a programme which enables experienced nurses to gain the skills and knowledge required to work successfully within the advanced practice arena both in the acute and primary care settings with a patient centred and holistic approach at its core.
This course is accredited by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and those successfully completing the course will develop the competencies required by the RCN and the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
This course is also open to Allied Health Professionals (AHP) who are working within an advanced role or who wish to progress to an advanced role. This course will be of interest to ODPs, paramedics, pharmacists, physiotherapists and any other AHP working at an advanced level. As well as the taught content, there will be opportunities available for postgraduate students to extend their academic ability through seminars, tutorials and critical debates with their peer group.
Prospective students should be currently working in a healthcare role requiring advanced practice knowledge and skills, hold an approved degree or equivalent qualification, and be able to provide evidence of adequate training and ability to undertake level 7 study.
24 May 2017
Recipient: University of Suffolk
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