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Masters Degrees in Community nursing, Derby, United Kingdom

We have 3 Masters Degrees in Community nursing, Derby, United Kingdom

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You'll study modules which are linked to clinical practice, such as public health, specialist professional issues, research methods, and leadership and management, so they will really help your career development. Read more

Why choose this course:

• You'll study modules which are linked to clinical practice, such as public health, specialist professional issues, research methods, and leadership and management, so they will really help your career development.

• Half of your time will be spent on a placement, so you'll get hands on experience as well as learning the theory.

• You can study individual modules as standalone courses as part of your professional development.

• This course meets the Nursing and Midwifery Council standards, so you'll gain a recordable qualification.

About the course:

During this course you'll study for 50% of your time and will be on placement for the rest of the time. When you've completed the course you'll have developed the skills you need to become an effective specialist nurse in your chosen area of expertise.

You'll study clinical practice and development, and will develop your leadership skills throughout the course. You'll gain an in depth knowledge of professional roles and functions and be encouraged to bring about integrated and high quality health and social care.

The knowledge and skills you develop in evaluating current research and evidence based practice will also help you to influence and deliver high quality care.

You'll need to be active on the Nursing and Midwifery Council register and be sponsored by a Primary Care NHS Trust. The NHS Trust will also need to provide you with a specialist practice placement, which counts for 50% of the course.

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You'll study modules which are linked to clinical practice, so they'll really help your career such as Public Health, Research Methods, Leadership and Management. Read more

Why choose this course:

• You'll study modules which are linked to clinical practice, so they'll really help your career such as Public Health, Research Methods, Leadership and Management.
• 50% of your time will be spent on a placement, so you'll get hands-on experience as well as learning the theory.

About the course:

It's 52 weeks long and is made up of 50% theory and 50% practice in a placement.

As a Postgraduate Diploma student, by the end of the course, we expect that you'll:

• have the skills to become an Advanced Practitioner in your own area of expertise

• be committed to lifelong learning, encourage colleagues to be and contribute to national debates

• be able to demonstrate a critical understanding in clinical practice, care and programme management, clinical practice leadership, and clinical practice development

• show leadership and have a critical in depth knowledge of professional roles and function, so you can bring about integrated and high quality health and social care, through working with other professionals effectively, networking and team working

• have skills and a critical knowledge of research and evidence based practice so you can influence and deliver high quality care.

As well as those things listed above, as an MSc student, we expect that you'll carry out an extended, innovative and critical research about the theory and practice of your chosen award.

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This Master of Public Health course aims to help you become a public health practitioner who can lead, develop and evaluate public health developments in multi-disciplinary environments through developing the skills, knowledge and competence needed for you to work in this diverse, challenging and changing sector. Read more
This Master of Public Health course aims to help you become a public health practitioner who can lead, develop and evaluate public health developments in multi-disciplinary environments through developing the skills, knowledge and competence needed for you to work in this diverse, challenging and changing sector.

Who is the Master of Public Health course for?

Suitable for a wide range of public, environmental health and health care professionals, this course is ideal for anyone working within a multi-disciplinary role, including:

- health care
- environmental health
- health visitors
- general practitioners and doctors
- nurses
- psychologists

Why choose the Master of Public Health course?

Throughout the course you will be able to understand and evaluate the wider determinants of health and will learn how to critically evaluate a range of interventions and determents that will enable you to prevent or mitigate stressors that affect human health to ultimately reduce health inequalities.

If you are already working within, or aspiring to work within public health and are looking to improve your practical skills base and broaden your knowledge, this course will give you the ability to learn with a holistic approach that will provide you with more autonomy and expertise in public health practice.

Try this course for free

Visit our website where you can try this course for free! Our course taster allows you to access a selection of content from a module within this course and experience online learning first hand.

Accrue qualifications along the way – not just at the end

We would encourage you to complete the full MSc, but if you aren’t able to, you can still gain awards along the way.

• Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert) by completing 3 modules (60 credits)
• Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) by completing 6 modules (120 credits)
• MSc by completing 6 modules (120 credits) and the Independent Study

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