Applicants must be a registered nurse or medical practitioner (depending on the route chosen) who is practising or has recently practised in the area of urgent or emergency care. You may also be required to take part in a telephone interview.
Months of entry
This course offers professional education and an academic qualification for nurses and physicians working in emergency contexts. There are three distinct study routes available, all of which have been designed entirely by nurses and physicians experienced in emergency care.
Teaching is online and based around a virtual hospital with problem based learning, online lectures, tutorials, web links and online discussions with colleagues and fellow students.
- Validate your professional training.
- This course will enable you to develop education or major incident management focuses.
- Wide choice of units available.
- Tailored to meet specific career requirements
- Provides three pathways to reflect different career focuses
- is delivered predominantly on-line
Our Emergency Medicine programme offers professional development and an academic qualification for nurses and physicians in emergency contexts. Three distinct study routes are available and all have been designed entirely by physicians and nurses experienced in emergency care. Teaching is online and based around a virtual hospital with problem-based learning and online discussions with colleagues and fellow students.
The course is made up of two phases. Phase One provides a range of core and elective units from which students can select their personalised route. Phase Two consists of a substantial practitioner project in a chosen field of emergency medicine.
Fees and funding
Fees vary depending on units studied. Please contact department.
Qualification and course duration
Further details of qualification
This course offers academic recognition for the professional training undertaken by physicians in emergency care settings.
Course contact details
- Course Enquiries Team
- +44 (0)161 247 6969