The MSc Emergency Practitioner is an innovative and exciting course that aims to develop the professional and clinical knowledge and skills important to the Emergency practitioner. The course will support you in developing your ability to find and critically evaluate the evidence base for interventions in practice and identify the implications for your practice. It is designed to enable and empower you to safely and effectively fulfil this dynamic role in practice, facilitating the links between specialist theory and practice and enhancing your critical thinking and decision-making skills.
You must be a qualified nurse or paramedic or other allied health professional with appropriate current professional registration with a statutory regulator, such as the NMC, HCPC or GPhC. You must have a minimum of 24 months post-registration experience, and be working in a primary care, emergency care, urgent care, unscheduled care, first contact or pre-hospital care setting. If you have trained as a nurse or other healthcare registrant overseas or are an international applicant you must provide evidence of achieving Academic IELTS with an overall band score of 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 in each element or equivalent, plus current registrant status to practice in the UK. An existing undergraduate degree or postgraduate certificate (or above), or alternatively certificated evidence of recent study at Level 6 or above (within the last 3 years) to ensure ability to study at Masters level. You may submit a claim for up to 50% APL against the Grad Cert award (your Course Leader will advise you). If seeking financial / practice support from an employer you must have agreed this in advance of the application.
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£2600||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£2600||Year 1|
Additional fee information
University of Wolverhampton