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MSc/PGDip/PGCert Advanced Stroke Practice


Course Description

This course has been developed to provide students with flexibility in taking forward Stroke Care. The Advanced Stroke Practice MSc/PGDip aims to give students the choice to follow either a more clinically orientated route within the MSc/PGDip, a research focused route or the ability to combine an element of both depending on the individual student need and work-place demands. It is hoped this more flexible course will meet the needs of clinicians, employers and potential funders. The course leader will have a discussion with you regarding your clinical and learning needs and support will be offered to ensure that choices made during the course will be related to the development of your knowledge and skills enabling you to:

Focus on improving services to people who have had a stroke
Consider the development of care and clinical pathways within your field of stroke care
Access organisational and management support
Adopt evidence-based approaches to care and service delivery
Reflect the needs and wishes of patients and service users.
Inter-professional and inter-agency working is therefore central to effective

Visit the MSc/PGDip/PGCert Advanced Stroke Practice page on the University of Central Lancashire website for more details!

Entry Requirements

British Honours Degree to a good standard or its equivalent. Should be in possession of a 1st level health or social care qualification and be working in a stroke-related setting.

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