MSc - Primary and Community Care (General Practice Nursing) (SPQ)


University of Surrey    Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

Full time & Part time September MSc Full-time: 4 years; Part-time: 5 years

About the course

On our MSc Primary and Community Care (General Practice Nursing) course you’ll develop the knowledge and clinical skills needed to assist with long-term conditions, screening, immunisations and health promotion. We’ll prepare you for the demands of working as a General Practice Nurse and will transform you into a critical and discerning practitioner, capable of driving innovation and change in health and social care.

This course is taught by clinicians and researchers with experience in working in the NHS, ensuring everything you’ll learn is up-to-date and meets the needs of the progressive healthcare sector.

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of a 2:2 in a relevant UK honours degree. You must be currently registered as a healthcare professional to apply.

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