Our master’s course is designed to enable you to lead, direct and enhance clinical practice in innovative ways, whilst also expanding the evidence base for your own area of pr
This course is designed for experienced healthcare professionals from a variety of settings, looking to enhance their clinical knowledge and leadership skills at Level 7.
Normally a first degree will be required, however, if you are an experienced healthcare professional with evidence of recent successful study at Level 6 you may also be considered. You must have a background in healthcare and currently be working in clinical practice.
What will this course cover?
The modules within this course focus on the following topics: • Research • Leadership • Innovative clinical practice from a contemporary perspective • Speciality clinical modules.
This will enable you to innovatively lead, direct and enhance clinical practice, whilst expanding the evidence base for your own area of practice. In order for you to deliver appropriate interventions aimed at the management of patients, the course structure will focus on the evidence for a range of assessment skills and therapeutic management strategies. You will also be able to synthesise contemporary initiatives in relation to current practice and service delivery to creatively provide a safe and effective service.
This course offers you: • Flexible study relevant to your current area of practice • Range of optional Level 7 theoretical and • Clinical modules • Opportunities to develop practice based projects • Skills in leadership and management in clinical practice settings
During the course you will be required to complete: • Three optional modules (90 credit total) • Core research module (30 credit total) • Dissertation (60 credits)
How will I be taught and assessed?
A range of teaching strategies will be employed throughout the course, with each module assessed.