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MA / RN Nursing/RN (Adult, Mental Health or Children & Young People)


Course Description

On completion of this programme you will be able to:

• Understand research, policy and other evidence in your chosen branch of nursing
• Apply advanced knowledge when caring for client groups within legal, ethical and professional frameworks in an innovative and confident way
• Practice as a registered adult or mental health nurse
• Assess the needs of healthy and sick adults in different settings
• Understand nursing activities associated with caring for adults and their families

Please note: For applications for entry in September 2017 or later, it is likely there will be changes to the funding of fees and a bursary may no longer be available. Please see the ‘Fees and Funding’ tab for further details.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/nursing-rn-adult-mental-health-children-young-people

Suitable for

Graduates from any discipline who are interested in developing the knowledge and practical skills to practice as a nurse.

Course detail

A blended learning approach will provide the foundation to the teaching and learning strategy by way of Seminars, Masterclasses, action learning, guided independent study, simulation and workshops. Theoretical learning will be complemented by Field of Practice and Level specific seminar group facilitation, discussion, dissemination and formative feedback.

The course has an equal split between time spent in theory and time spent in practice.

Applicants should be aware that in order to successfully complete the Programme and be eligible to apply for registration as a Registered Nurse (RN), that they will need to evidence 2300 hours of theoretical learning and 2300 Practice learning (4600 hours in total). This is a Programme requirement and so may not be reflected in the allocated specified hours of learning on the academic module specifications.

Modules

• Public Health and the Context of Nursing (30 credits)
• Critical Application of Nursing to Self and Others (30 credits)

You will take one of the following modules depending on the pathway you have chosen.

• Adult Nursing Practice 1 (30 credits)
• Mental Health Nursing Practice 1 (30 credits)
• Children's Nursing Practice 1 (30 credits)
• Judicious Nursing Practice (30 credits)
• Critical Analysis of Contemporary Nursing Issues - students will choose to study 2 themes (30 credits)

You will take one of the following modules depending on the pathway you have chosen.

• Adult Nursing Practice 2 (30 credits)
• Mental Health Nursing Practice 2 (30 credits)
• Childrens Nursing Practice 2 (30 credits)

Adult Nursing:

• Personal and Professional Practice in Adult Nursing (30 credits)
• Analytical Enquiry in Adult Nursing (30 credits)
• Adult Nursing Practice 3 (30 credits)

Mental Health Nursing:

• Personal and Professional Practice in Mental Health Nursing (30 credits)
• Analytical Enquiry in Mental Health Nursing (30 credits)
• Mental Health Nursing Practice 3 (30 credits)

Children and Young People's Nursing:

• Personal and Professional Practice in Children's Nursing (30 credits)
• Analytical Enquiry in Children's Nursing (30 credits)
• Children's Nursing Practice 3 (30 credits)

Assessment

Assessment methods are varied and include assignments, presentations, observed structured clinical examinations, exams and portfolio assessment.

Career prospects

Following successful completion of this course you will be able to gain employment in the nursing field related to your choice of branch. You will be equipped to embrace the challenges that working in health care in the 21st century brings. You will be employable within the NHS and in private health care organisations and may wish to pursue a career in health care management having already experienced study at postgraduate level.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

Visit the MA / RN Nursing/RN (Adult, Mental Health or Children & Young People) page on the University of Salford website for more details!

Entry Requirements

A bachelor’s degree with honours from a UK university (normally a 2:1) or equivalent academic or professional qualification.GCSE Maths, English and Science minimum grade C is required

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