You will study: - Research Methods - Genes, Diseases, Health and Illness - Healthcare Enterprise, Service Design and Improvement - Nursing Project.
Plus three optional modules: You may choose your optional modules according our recommended career development pathway module as sets below. Alternatively, you may choose any five optional modules you prefer from our portfolio of modules including the modules listed below. You will study two optional modules at year 1 and three at year 2.
Career pathway 1 - Long-term Conditions Care - Strategies for the Management of Complex Wounds - Advanced Approach to Multi-professional Care in Diabetes - Improving Care Delivery in Patients with Asthma and COPD.
Career pathway 2 - Public Health - Managing TB - Care, Prevention and Control - Global Perspective in Public Health and Health Promotion - The Prevention and Management of Infection Transmission.
Career pathway 3 - Sexual and Human Reproductive Health - Promoting Sexual Health - Evaluating the Care and Management of Individuals with HIV - Global Perspective in Public Health and Health Promotion.
Career pathway 4 - Management and Leadership - Managing Change for Service Improvement - Advanced Leadership and Management Competence - Strategic Service Planning.
Career pathway 5 - Substance Use and Misuse Management - Substance Misuse Treatment and Interventions - Dual Diagnosis: Exploring Interventions for People with Mental Health and Substance Misuse Problems - Communicable Diseases (HIV, TB HCV, HBV), Substance Misuse and Health Behaviour: Interventions and Policies.
Students must be a registered health practitioner and have gained a bachelors degree. As a registered professional practitioner, students will have experience of education and practice from recognised schools of nursing approved by or recognised regulatory nursing organisations in their country of origin.
Recipient: University of West London
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