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MSc Advancing Physiotherapy Practice

Details Tuition: £15,534 Start Month: September
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University of Birmingham

MSc Advancing Physiotherapy Practice

Programme Description:

This programme offers you the opportunity to advance your practice through selection of a profile of modules that meet your personal development needs and aspirations. Modules are designed to facilitate your capability to undertake a range of roles, for example, specialist, extended scope or consultant and developing roles. They will also appeal to those involved in service development or role redesign.

Type:MSc(Full-Time) Tuition:£15,534
Duration:13 Months Start Month: September
Modules Include:

Research Methodology in Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

Advancing Practice through Personal and Professional Development

Research Dissertation – MSc only

Advanced Manipulative Physiotherapy 1: Lower Quadrant

Advanced Manipulative Physiotherapy 2: Upper Quadrant

Current Issues in Health

Work Based Continuous Professional Development

Developing Evidence Based Cardio-Respiratory Practice

Developing Evidence Based Neurological Practice

Developing Evidence Based Neuro-Musculoskeletal Practice 2

From Neurons to Society

Mixed Methods Research Designs

Project Management & Research Governance

Sports Medicine (Football) 1

Sports Medicine (Football) 2


Application Fee: £0.00

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MSc Clinical Primary and Community Care

Details Tuition: £18,900 Start Month: October
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University of Birmingham

MSc Clinical Primary and Community Care

Programme Description:

This programme is suitable for doctors, nurses and any other health care professionals aiming to acquire specialised skills and qualifications in primary and community care; for example covering all dimensions required in line with the NHS Knowledge and Skills Framework.

Type:MSc(Full-Time) Tuition:£18,900
Duration:12 Months Start Month: October
Modules Include:

Dissertation (60 credits)

Epidemiology Statistics and Research Methods (20 credits)

Qualitative Research Methods (20 credits)

Anticoagulation Management (10/20 credits)

Atrial Fibrillation Management and Stroke Prevention (10/20 credits)

Heart Failure Management (10/20 credits)

Hypertension management (10/20 credits)

Management of Gynaecology in the Community (10/20 credits)

Mental Health Care in the Community (20 credits)

Current Issues in Health (20 credits)

Developing Evidence Based Practice (20 credits)

Introduction to Health Economics (20 credits)

Teaching and Learning for Health Professionals (20 credits)


Application Fee: £0.00

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MSc Advanced Nursing

Details Tuition: £15,140 Start Month: September
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The University of Nottingham

MSc Advanced Nursing

Programme Description:

All students have their own starting point and are guided through the course according to their individual needs. We are particularly aware of the demands placed on both part-time and full-time students and so provide high-level tutorial support, helped by relatively small class sizes. Modules are delivered by experienced teachers in an enjoyable, stimulating learning environment. The MSc Advanced Nursing starts in late September and is taught over one year full-time or two to four years part-time. The course comprises 180 credits worth of core and optional modules, as well as the dissertation.

Type:MSc(Full-Time) Tuition:£15,140
Duration:12 Months Start Month: September
Modules Include:

Evidence for Health and Social Care

Theory and Practice of Advanced Nursing

Dissertation

Leadership in Health and Social Care

Advanced Nursing and Midwifery Practice in a Global context


Application Fee: £25.00

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MSc Maternal and Newborn Health

Details Tuition: £15,140 Start Month: September
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The University of Nottingham

MSc Maternal and Newborn Health

Programme Description:

This course is designed to enable healthcare professionals working in the fields of maternal and newborn health to develop, deliver and direct high quality maternity services within the context of the national and international drive towards improving maternity/health outcomes for childbearing women, their newborns and their family. The course aims to equip health professionals with the knowledge and skills required to operate at senior and strategic levels in today's maternity and related healthcare settings. Students will study the ethical, political, legal, economic, multi-professional and global context in which healthcare is provided to childbearing women and their newborns. To achieve this, the School offers a learning environment that facilitates the development or reflective, analytical and critical thinking and the ability to lead and manage change.

Type:MSc(Full-Time) Tuition:£15,140
Duration:12 Months Start Month: September
Modules Include:

Evidence for Health and Social Care

Empowering Midwifery Practice

Dissertation


Application Fee: £25.00

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MSc Midwifery

Details Tuition: £15,140 Start Month: September
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The University of Nottingham

MSc Midwifery

Programme Description:

The course aims to enable midwives to develop, deliver and direct high quality midwifery services within the context of the national and international drive towards improving maternity/health outcomes for the childbearing woman and her family. The midwife will study in depth the art and science of midwifery and the ethical, political, legal, economic, multi-professional and global context in which contemporary midwifery is practised. The course aims to equip midwives with the knowledge and skills required to operate at senior and strategic levels in today's midwifery and healthcare services. To achieve this, the Division of Midwifery offers a learning environment that facilitates the development of reflective, analytical and critical thinking and the ability to lead and manage change.

Type:MSc(Full-Time) Tuition:£15,140
Duration:12 Months Start Month: September
Modules Include:

Evidence for Health and Social Care

Empowering Midwifery Practice

Leadership in Health and Social Care

Dissertation

Advanced Nursing and Midwifery Practice in a Global Context

Best Practice in Perineal Care

Examination of the Neonate for Healthcare Practitioners

High Dependency Care of the Childbearing Woman

Infant Feeding and Nutrition

Supporting Learning and Assessment in Health and Social Care Practice

Mentor Preparation for Healthcare Practitioners (level 4)

Teaching and Learning in Health and Social Care


Application Fee: £25.00

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MSc Quality and Patient Safety Improvement

Details Tuition: £16,695 Start Month: September
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The University of Nottingham

MSc Quality and Patient Safety Improvement

Programme Description:

This unique programme, offered by the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, will develop your expertise in patient safety, human factors and quality improvement and how this applies to practice, addressing: Human Factors applied to healthcare practice Systems improvement Improving individual and team performance Measuring improvement Engaging patients in improvement Improvement science methodologies How to lead and implement change Students benefit from a strong practical element, as each module offers a mix of classroom-based teaching and access to a comprehensive suite of online learning resources, designed by an award winning e-learning group. Interdisciplinary focus The programme has been designed by an interdisciplinary collaboration, involving leading academics in health science, business and human factors, with key input from NHS partners. Collaborative partners include: School of Health Sciences, the University of Nottingham Centre for Health Innovation, Leadership and Learning (CHILL, Nottingham University Business School) Human Factors Research Group (HFRG), Faculty of Engineering, the University of Nottingham Trent Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Programme content and delivery will be from nationally-recognised experts drawn from patient safety, improvement science and human factors. Our Advisory Board also includes national and international experts whose role is to highlight emerging developments in these fields. Aims The course aims to deliver safety in the delivery of healthcare, via: Broadening and deepening knowledge and skills in quality and patient safety improvement, including human factors and organisational systems The application of tools and techniques to explore practice-based problems Translating scientific and academic principles to practice Implementing sustainable solutions for improvement in the quality of patient care Who is the programme for? This course will benefit a broad audience, including: Those planning or developing their career in Health and Social Care (public, private and voluntary sectors). This includes: - clinical staff (nurses, doctors, allied health professionals) from primary, secondary or community care services - professional managers and commissioners involved in design and delivery of primary care, secondary hospital-based care, mental health, community and pre-hospital care services Those interested in education and teaching in this field and associated research, innovation and scholarship Patient safety departments Applications are welcome from both UK and international students. Each application is considered individually and healthcare staff who do not have an undergraduate degree, but do have substantial experience, may still be able to apply. Please contact Stathis Konstantinidis for advice.

Type:MSc() Tuition:£16,695
Duration:12 Months Start Month: September
Modules Include:

Fundamentals of safety and quality improvement

Measurement and analysis of improvement

Applied human factors in healthcare

Organisational aspects of risk, safety and quality

Leadership, followership and shared governance in healthcare improvement

Power, professionalism and citizen leadership

Dissertation (60 credits for award of MSc)


Application Fee: £0.00

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MSc Primary and Community Care (Community Children’s Nursing)

Details Tuition: £13,300 Start Month: September
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University of Surrey

MSc Primary and Community Care (Community Children’s Nursing)

Programme Description:

Community-based care for children and families continues to be a priority at both local and national levels, reflecting government priorities to move from secondary to primary care, and evidence that shows that most care for children and families is best delivered at home. A Community Children’s Nurse (CNN) needs high level clinical skills and an in-depth understanding of the context within which primary and community care is delivered. A CCN also needs to understand how care is commissioned, who funds it and how they can influence these decisions. The programme will enable you to continue to develop your ability to display the values required in modern healthcare and within the NHS Constitution, including compassion, kindness, empathy, advocacy, good communication and teamwork skills, and respect for patients’ privacy, dignity and individuality. The programme allows shared learning with practitioners from other specialities and draws on Surrey’s excellent research base within the School of Health Sciences. Students benefit from strong links with practice, and programmes are designed to be responsive to changing practice needs. Students are sponsored for the NMC Specialist Practice Award by a health care provider organisation. Please contact the pathway leader for further details of this.

Type:MSc(Full-Time) Tuition:£13,300
Duration:24 Months Start Month: September
Modules Include:

Primary and Community Care Policy

Research Design and Methodology

Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults

Complex Health Assessment

Leadership and Innovation

Specialist Practice Portfolio


Application Fee: £0.00

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MSc Primary and Community Care (District Nursing)

Details Tuition: £13,300 Start Month: September
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University of Surrey

MSc Primary and Community Care (District Nursing)

Programme Description:

Community-based care for adults continues to be a priority at both local and national levels, reflecting government priorities to move from secondary to primary care, and evidence that shows that most care for adults is best delivered at home. A District Nurse (DN) needs high level clinical skills and an in-depth understanding of the context in which primary and community care is delivered. A DN also needs to understand how care is commissioned, who funds it and how they can influence these decisions. The programme will enable you to continue to develop your ability to display the values required in modern healthcare and within the NHS Constitution, including compassion, kindness, empathy, advocacy, good communication and teamwork skills, and respect for patients’ privacy, dignity and individuality. The ageing population and increasing number of people with long term conditions has emphasised the need for high quality care at home. End of life care is another area of expertise delivered by DNs. The programme allows shared learning with practitioners from other specialities and draws on Surrey’s excellent research base within the School of Health Sciences. Students benefit from strong links with practice, and programmes are designed to be responsive to changing practice needs. Students are sponsored for the NMC Specialist Practice Award by a health care provider organisation. Please contact the pathway leader for further details of this.

Type:MSc(Full-Time) Tuition:£13,300
Duration:24 Months Start Month: September
Modules Include:

Primary and Community Care Policy

Research Design and Methodology

Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults

V100 Community Practitioner Nurse Prescribing

Complex Health Assessment

Leadership and Innovation

Specialist Practice Portfolio


Application Fee: £0.00

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