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Masters degrees in Medical Nursing equip postgraduates with the skills to assess, manage and treat patients who are receiving medical attention that doesn’t necessarily require surgery.
Related subjects include Health Policy, Clinical Oncology and Clinical Education. Entry requirements normally include an appropriate undergraduate degree such as Nursing or Medicine.
Medical nurses are employed in several healthcare settings, but will usually work within a hospital or other clinical environment, managing inpatients and outpatients arriving for a variety of treatments and assessments.
For example, you may work on a cancer treatment ward, supporting the chemotherapy process, or elsewhere in the hospital helping with activities such as taking blood or blood transfusions.
Some medical nurses also specialise in areas like sexual health, working working in community clinics and walk-in centres, giving treatments and prescribing medication.
Medical nurses may also branch into other areas, such as home healthcare or nursing home support, as well as humanitarian aid on behalf of charities.
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The increasing impact of genetics in healthcare and the development of newer sophisticated technologies requires contributions from research scientists, clinical laboratory scientists and clinicians to investigate the causes of, and therefore permit optimal management for, diseases for which alterations in the genome, either at the DNA sequence level or epigenetic level, play a significant role. Read more
This course is aimed at those nurses who wish to further their knowledge within the context of General Practice. Students will have opportunity to undertake a variety of modules according to need and/or interest. Read more
The programme is designed to equip those already working in global health and development, or those planning to work with international and national health agencies, with the tools, knowledge and skills to engage with complex problems related to equitable and just health and well-being. Read more
This new Advanced Critical Care Practitioner (ACCP) course has been developed by King’s in response to the need for new practitoners as outlined by the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FICM) to address the shortage of doctors in Intensive Care Units (ICU). Read more
The course is loosely based on the General Medical Councils sub-speciality Sexual and Reproductive Medicine curriculum, and the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists training curriculum, and Royal College of Nursing competencies. Read more
This is Europe’s only graduate course in reproductive health research and is designed for those interested in acquiring the research skills necessary to conduct policy-relevant research into sexual and reproductive health. Read more
This course is for experienced practitioners, such as nurses, pharmacists, radiographers, audiologists, cardiac physiologists, ambulance staff and midwives who have clinical practice access with patient management responsibilities. Read more
Designed for non-medical healthcare practitioners, our innovative PGCert in Blood Component Transfusion will equip you with the skills and knowledge to make the clinical decision and provide the written instruction for blood component transfusion to patients within your clinical specialty. Read more
This part-time, work-based learning MSc in Advanced Specialist Blood Transfusion Practice is ideal for Healthcare Practitioners working in the field of Transfusion Practice who want to consolidate their skills and develop to an advanced level. Read more
The College has established and recognised links with the NHS, Social Services, and private sector companies. These links ensure that all our teaching is up-to-the-minute and responsive to employer demand.
Our postgraduate degrees are proven to advance the careers of our graduates. Our courses are all delivered entirely online, this means you can learn when and where it suits you.
Choose from a range of medical laboratory science and social science courses which cover all areas of public and population health, epidemiology and infectious diseases.