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Masters Degrees in Mental Health Nursing, Hong Kong

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The role of the mental health nurse is evolving, as the mode of delivery of healthcare services in mental health has undergone major changes, both locally and internationally, in recent decades. Read more

Programme Aims

The role of the mental health nurse is evolving, as the mode of delivery of healthcare services in mental health has undergone major changes, both locally and internationally, in recent decades. This programme aims to enhance students' knowledge, skills and competencies in mental health promotion and care. It provides focused studies in areas/topics of contemporary mental health nursing and its related specialised and extended roles and functions.

Programme Characteristics

‌•First local master’s programme in mental health nursing
‌•Equipping students with the latest models of mental healthcare and psychotherapeutic skills
‌•Preparation for students to extend roles of advanced practice mental health/psychiatric nurses
‌•Flexible study option for students to study in either part-time or full-time mode
‌•Optional provision of a Postgraduate Diploma as an exit award
‌•General registered nurses with relevant work experience in mental health care are eligible to apply

Programme Structure

Compulsory Subjects
‌•Concepts of Advanced Nursing Practice (3 credits) AND
‌•Advanced Methods in Nursing Research (Qualitative Research) (3 credits) OR
Advanced Methods in Nursing Research (Quantitative Research) (3 credits)

Core Subjects
‌•Advanced Medication Management (3 credits)
‌•Advanced Mental Health Assessment (3 credits)
‌•Occupational Safety in Mental Health Care (3 credits)
‌Elective Subjects (Choose 1-2 subjects)
‌•Advanced Adult Psychiatric Nursing (3 credits)
‌•Care of Older People with Mental Health Problems (3 credits)
‌•Community Mental Health Nursing (3 credits)
‌•Skills in Cognitive Therapy (6 credits)
‌•Skills in Family Therapy (6 credits)

Dissertation
‌•An individual research study (clinical research, systematic review or scientific, scholarly inquiry) to allow students to consolidate and apply their learning in practice. Each student is required to select an area/topic relevant to mental health nursing practice, education, promotion, or intervention for his/her academic inquiry or research.

Credit transfer may be applied for the same or equivalent subjects. The validity period of credits earned is up to eight years after the year of attainment.

Enquiries

For further information regarding admission, please contact:

The General Office, School of Nursing
Tel: 2766 4369;
Fax: 2364 9663;
Email: ;
Website: http://sn.polyu.edu.hk

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*Subject to approval*. This programme provides participants with the opportunity to develop and expand knowledge, understanding and judgment in theoretical and practical disaster management and humanitarian action. Read more
*Subject to approval*

Programme Aims

This programme provides participants with the opportunity to develop and expand knowledge, understanding and judgment in theoretical and practical disaster management and humanitarian action.

Programme Characteristics

‌•Designed to equip students with advanced knowledge, and to continue their personal development in disaster risk management and humanitarianism;
‌•Underpinned by a multidisciplinary approach that enables graduates to conduct theoretical and practical analysis, as well as evaluation to support disaster management and humanitarian action in global health contexts;
‌•Conducted by experienced disaster teaching team members who are trainers for continuing education courses and postgraduate programmes in disaster management;
‌•Collaborates with the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute at The University of Manchester, a leading global centre for the study of humanitarianism and international disaster management;
‌•Provides students with hands-on field placement experience to support their future career development; and
‌•Offers flexible online* study that enables part-time students to obtain a master's degree without residency and boundary restrictions.

* The Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China reserves the right to recognise the qualifications of online programmes.

Programme Structure

Compulsory Subjects

‌•Advanced Research Methods (Qualitative Research)
‌•Advanced Research Methods (Quantitative Research)
‌•Dissertation

Core Subjects

‌•Disaster Preparedness
‌•Emergency Humanitarian Assistance
‌•Introduction to Disaster Risk Management
‌•Recovery and Rehabilitation in a Disaster
‌•Risk, Vulnerability and Resilience Assessment

Elective Subjects

‌•Community Approach to Health
‌•Disaster and Mental Health
‌•Field Placement
‌•Humanitarianism and Conflict Response: Inquiries

Enquiries

For further programme information, please contact:
The General Office, School of Nursing
Tel: (852) 2766 4369;
Fax: (852) 2364 9663;
E-mail:

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This programme aims to offer experienced registered nurses the opportunity to develop the necessary knowledge, understanding and competencies for advanced practice roles. Read more

Programme Aims

This programme aims to offer experienced registered nurses the opportunity to develop the necessary knowledge, understanding and competencies for advanced practice roles.

Programme Characteristics

Registered nurses with Bachelor's degrees in nursing gain a clinical edge while studying at PolyU. Graduates are able to:

‌•Become Advanced Practising Nurses;
‌•Meet the demands of healthcare reform in Hong Kong;
‌•Critically analyse and evaluate ongoing professional practices;
‌•Establish innovative projects to facilitate preventive, curative, and rehabilitative client care; and
‌•Choose a clinical option and/or a research dissertation.

Programme Structure

The Master of Science in Nursing programme leads to specialisation and a leadership role in Nursing.
Please click here http://sn.polyu.edu.hk/filemanager/en/content_48/progStructure_53070.pdf to view the details of subjects offered.

Other Information

Most subjects are offered in the evening, and some are offered during the summer semester. Students may have to undertake field placements for certain subjects.

Preferred Subjects

There are no preferred subjects in the selection process. All subjects will be considered.

Enquiries

For further information on admission matters, please contact:
The General Office, School of Nursing
Tel: (852) 2766 4369
Fax: (852) 2364 9663
Email:
Website: http://sn.polyu.edu.hk

Core Areas of Study

Please refer to Programme Structure for the subjects offered.

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