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MScAdvanced Clinical Practice (Critical Care)

University of Southampton United Kingdom, Southampton
Tuition fee £15,920.00 per year
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Overview

Advanced Clinical Practice masters provides an academic underpinning that meets the contemporary challenges of advanced clinical practice.

Within this the Critical Care masters pathway is designed for you if you are a UK, EU or international registered healthcare practitioner with experience working within the field of critical care.

The pathway is developed in response to ongoing national and international debate on the modernisation of critical care services and roles.

If you wish to become an advanced critical care practitioner this programme is ideal. You need to have already undertaken a foundation post registration intensive/critical care module or equivalent, and to be keen to further advance your knowledge, understanding and skills in critical care practice.

Programme structure

Duration: One to two years full time (normally a minimum of 15 months)
In this Advanced Clinical Practice – Critical Care MSc you will:

Examine role development in relation to advanced practice, and specifically in relation to advanced practice in critical care Examine the nature and use of advanced practice, communication and decision-making skills Explore how to meaningfully apply evidence to your field of practice Undertake learning which enables you to develop new and/or enhanced clinical skills in relation to your professional role within critical care. Enable you to build on your knowledge, skills and competence to become a clinical expert and/or leader in your chosen field of critical care practice
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Application start
Aug 1, 2017
Pre-deadline
May 1, 2018 23:59 (GMT)

This is a pre-deadline and we suggest to apply before this date

Primary deadline
Aug 1, 2017 23:59 (GMT)

We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.