Canterbury Christ Church University College

Course Details

Advanced Practice (Nursing, Midwifery and Occupational Therapy, MSc

Course Description

The MSc is a structured, modular programme of Masters Level study for nursing, midwifery and occupational therapy practitioners. The programme aims to address the four overarching themes of Advanced Practice: ‘advanced clinical practice’, ‘leadership’, ‘teaching, coaching and mentoring’ and ‘research’, to develop a coherent and relevant programme that will meet the needs of the National Health Service. The six pathways have been developed to prepare practitioners for roles within their specialist field, incorporating the overarching themes of advanced practice and the specific knowledge and skills required for the identified area of practice

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Career outcomes

To prepare students both academically and professionally to advance practice through research, management or practice development To advance critical, analytical and systematic skills of the student to enable them to be innovative and develop new insights into advanced practice To develop students’ ability at an advanced level of scholarship, showing originality in the application of knowledge To enable students to deal with complex issues creatively, utilise an interprofessional approach to client management and develop their leadership role to facilitate change within practice To develop students’ initiative and independence to continue to develop their knowledge and skills to a higher level

Advanced Practice (Nursing, Midwifery and Occupational Therapy, MSc Canterbury Christ Church University College