MSc in Advanced Practice (Education for Health Professionals)
This is a specialist pathway of the MSc in Advanced Practice, providing students with a flexible route to pursue their specialist area.
About the Programme
The programme focuses on evidence based approaches to facilitating learning, teaching, inter professional learning and quality assurance in higher education and clinical practice. Students will be required to plan and implement assessment and evaluation strategies and lead practice and curriculum development activities.
Primarily for nursing and midwifery practitioners, this pathway is also suitable for other health care practitioners.
Students will study Research Skills: Approaches, Designs & Methods (compulsory) and the two Pathway Compulsory modules. They will also study one from the Optional Modules menu and one from the Dissertation Modules menu:
Pathway Compulsory Module
- PGCE - Assessment and Evaluation (NRT139)
- Advancing Assessment and Decision Making (NRT153)
- Analysing and Interpreting Advanced Practice (NRT174)
- Cardio-Respiratory Physiology and Pathophysiology (HCT045)
- Collaborative Working in Eating Disorders (NRT140)
- Complexities of Care Management (NRT149)
- Contemporary Issues in Adolescent Health and Wellbeing (NRT136)
- Evidencing Learning in Professional Practice (NRT148)
- Global Public Health (NRT058)
- Health Policy and Economics (NRT177)
- The Neuroscience of Human Movement and Dysfunction (HCT240)
- Non-Medical Prescribing 1 (NRT082)
- Non-Medical Prescribing 2 (NRT083)
- Patient Safety and Clinical Risk (NRT073)
- Partnership Working in Safeguarding Children and Young People (NRT105)
- Practice Teacher (NRT175)
- Therapeutic Practice in Partnership Working in Safeguarding Children and Young People (NRT112)
- Transforming Care, Systems and Services through Leadership (NRT150)
Choose one module from the following menu:-
For those nurses and midwives wishing to record this qualification with the NMC, the PGCE (Assessment & Evaluation) module will provide 180 hours associated practice which, when combined with PGCE (Facilitating Learning and Teaching), will provide the required 360 hours of practice. All other students must evidence 100 hours or associated practice.
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