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- A Degree, normally a minimum of a 2:2 (or equivalent)
- Three years post-qualifying experience and be registered with a regulatory body (NMC, HCPC or GPhC)
- Current employment in an appropriate role in health care for at least six months prior to commencing the course
- A designated clinical facilitator supplied by your employer, and a recommendation to undertake the course by your education liaison manager.
Months of entry
Whether you work in cardiac, emergency, critical or primary care you’ll explore clinical practice, education, research and leadership and learn how to apply these to your practice.
Based in either Cambridge or Chelmsford, you’ll learn amongst other students with a particular interest in your chosen area of advanced practice. Together, you’ll explore and apply the current policies, laws and procedures that apply to nursing patients at this advanced level.
When it comes to work placements, you’ll need to already be employed in a care environment suitable to your chosen route. Your manager should agree to provide you with a designated clinical supervisor, who will support and nurture your clinical practice whilst also ensuring it can be fully assessed.
Practicing at an advanced level of nursing practice is a demanding and challenging role. With our MSc Advanced Practice (Clinical) accredited by the Royal College of Nursing you’ll develop the skills and expertise you need to provide advanced nursing care.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- part time60 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Further details of qualification
Up to 5 years part-time
Course contact details
- CPD Admissions