To enable practitioners working in a variety of contexts to develop deep and critical understandings of different sources of knowledge and of research evidence that contribute to the health and well-being of persons, groups and populations, in a way that is consistent with the values of person-centredness.
To influence and enable the transformative processes of personal and professional
development through engagement, facilitation and evaluation of community care.
- Reflect critically, evaluate practice using sound evidence base approach.
- Develop and implement clinical assessment skills and problem solving approaches to integrate patient centred care.
- Select and analyse theories and concepts which underpin practice.
- Develop leadership skills that will enable them to manage nursing practice in a changing healthcare environment.
- Function effectively in partnership with others and respond constructively to changing patterns in healthcare.
- Demonstrate critical self-awareness and identify their personal and professional development needs
- Theory and Practice of Person-centred Health and Social Care
- Leading Professional Practice
- Making Judgments and Decisions in Practice
- Developing Professional Practice
- Supporting the Patient and Family in Palliative Care: A Team Approach
- Developing Advanced Communication Skills in Palliative Care
- Dissertation Project
Average Teacher-Student Ratio
Comprises of examination, presentations and assignments.
Mode & Duration
Part-time 18 months
Candidates must have a first degree in Nursing and 2 year post-registration nursing experience.
Candidates must be a registered healthcare professionals.
Proficiency in English Language:
English Language Proficiency of Minimum IELTS 6.5 or EASB ETEDP 6.5.