You will need to have an undergraduate degree or equivalent in a healthcare related discipline and be actively involved in stroke care or research to apply for this award. Stroke patients and carers, and individuals without formal undergraduate qualifications who have completed the Stroke School or Stroke Rehabilitation course at Staffordshire University are eligible to participate in the teaching sessions on an attendance basis at the discretion of the course director.
Months of entry
This award has been designed to facilitate the learning of the generic skills and knowledge essential to successful higher clinical practice. The emphasis is on stroke care, but also covers areas such as an understanding of Leadership for Health Professionals, Evidence Based Medicine, Healthcare Ethics and Clinical Research.
Each module consists of a mixture of different types of delivery, with some on line learning and face to face teaching, utilising a mixture of seminars, group work or short lectures.
There are a number of CORE modules and then a wide range of other generic modules that are optional. We have designed the award to be as flexible as possible, including enabling students to study some modules from other Keele awards.
Fees and funding
Please see the funding page for more information.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Mrs Rachel Parkin
- 01782 734936