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Health Studies (Practice Teaching) MSc

Course Description

We are proud that our course:

• Prepares healthcare practitioners for contemporary clinical teaching roles leading and supervising others involved in supporting learning and assessment in practice.

• Provides the opportunity for healthcare professionals to enhance their practice in relation to supporting the development of students, newly qualified staff and the existing workforce to ensure evidence based practice and a research focus is maintained.

• Is delivered and supported by experienced academic staff in the field.

• Provides you with opportunity to network with professionals from different disciplines and share best practice.

This course is aimed at health professionals wishing to develop mastery of practice teaching in a clinical setting. It provides the opportunity for clinicians to develop the ability to lead in the design, delivery and assessment of programmes of learning in a multi-disciplinary environment. For those registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and a Specialist Practitioner Qualification (SPQ) or Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (SCPHN) qualification, it is an approved course leading to eligibility for recording a practice teaching qualification on a local register.

Visit the Health Studies (Practice Teaching) MSc page on the University of Huddersfield website for more details!

Entry Requirements

A registered healthcare practitioner with an honours degree or equivalent. An experienced clinician working in a role that is able to provide 180 hours practice education for student/students whilst undertaking the course. SQN/SCPHN applicants must:hold appropriate community nursing qualification and minimum 2 years relevant practice experience (NMC 2008 requirement); negotiate access to a Practice Teacher with ‘sign off' status in order to provide supervision in relation to the Practice Teacher role and to supervise the final ‘sign-off' of the SCPHN/SPQ student at the end of final placement. Applicants may be eligible to gain accreditation of prior learning.

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