The MSc Advanced Clinical Practice is a programme for multi-professional groups which aims to meet the contemporary challenges of advanced clinical practice. On successful completion of this programme you will be a recognised Advanced Clinical Practitioner (HEWM, 2015) with an expert knowledge base, complex decision-making skills and clinical competencies for expanded autonomous scope of practice, the characteristics of which are shaped by the context in which you practice. The MSc Advanced Clinical Practice pathway is delivered by a team who have specialist knowledge in advanced practice and its four pillars. Approximately 80% of the curriculum for the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice is recognised as curriculum applicable to an Advanced Clinical Practitioner working in any health discipline and setting. The other 20% of the curriculum will be negotiated between Keele and yourself to consider the education, training and modules required to support your advanced clinical role and areas of interest. You can select modules from within the School of Nursing and Midwifery and the wider Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and other, indeed, relevant modules within the University and other Universities through negotiation with the Award Lead. This pathway offers a broad range of options for prospective students and reflects the University mission statement in learning and teaching to deliver high quality education with an emphasis on inter-professional and multi-professional learning opportunities. There are 3 formal progression points:
- Post Graduate Certificate in Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Decision Making (60 Credits)
- Post Graduate Diploma in Advancing Clinical Practice (120 Credits)
- MSc Advanced Clinical Practice (180 Credits)
For information regarding modules for this course, please visit the course page on the Keele University website.
Please visit the course page on the Keele University website for information about the course entry requirements relating to: new entrants to Advanced Clinical Practice, applicants without a first degree, existing practitioners, employers, application requirements, English Language entry requirement for International Students.
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