Taught course

Midwifery

Institution
University of Bradford · Faculty of Health Studies
Qualifications
MSc

Entry requirements

To register for this MSc you must be registered with the NMC as a midwife, and also be in current employment in a midwifery capacity.

You should also normally have completed an undergraduate Honours degree or an Advanced Diploma course with a distinction and NMC registration.

If you are an unemployed new graduate, you may also be eligible for the programme.

Months of entry

September

Course content

The MSc Midwifery programme adopts a holistic approach to developing experienced registered midwives into skilled leaders of the profession.

The programme is designed to develop the skills in complex reasoning, critical thinking and analysis required to undertake these roles. The awards offer you the opportunity to apply knowledge to a range of clinical and professional situations through reflection and practice experience, supported by an experienced mentor. Learning and teaching is designed to equip you with skills in using a range of information, data, tools and techniques to improve the quality of patient care and health outcomes as well as demonstrate impact and value.

The MSc in Midwifery and its nested awards are designed to address current and future demands of midwifery practice services, including the recommendations from Midwifery 2020 (DoH 2010). The awards recognise the changing clinical environment and allow you to develop key advanced skills or those associated with service delivery and enhancement within the current social and economic climate.

Your programme of study and the collection of modules you may choose to study will contextualise your learning. Modules such as the research or work based project modules, for example, enable you to shape your own focus of study within the modules aims and learning outcomes by learning the principles being taught and applying them to your own professional/employment area.

There are a number of approaches to the manner in which modules are delivered and these include block attendance, study day attendance, distance learning and blended learning using face to face and on-line activities/ materials. When devising your study plan with your academic supervisor you will be informed regarding which delivery methods are utilised for which module and in which semester your chosen modules are being delivered.

The programme was written specifically for registered midwives, but shares modules throughout the Faculty of Health Studies and a multi-professional approach is used in teaching and learning.

Qualification and course duration

MSc

part time
12-60 months

Course contact details

Name
Postgraduate Admissions
Email
enquiries@bradford.ac.uk