UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING SCHOOL OF NURSING, MIDWIFERY and HEALTH
The University of Stirling's Highland Campus is based at the Centre for Health Science. There are around 400 students based at the Centre with many of the students studying undergraduate courses leading to registration as nurses or midwives. The university also provides continuous professional education for health professionals with a number of courses for nurse practitioners.
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Feature Postgraduate Course:
MASTERS (MSc) ADVANCED PRACTICE
The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health offer an MSc in Advanced Practice. The course is aimed at health and social care practitioners who are currently working at an advanced level of practice, or are aspiring to do so. The programme offers a variety of specialist named awards in cancer care, long term conditions, mental health, forensic disorder, midwifery and shifting the balance. Core modules in year 1 and 2 support the student develop skills and knowledge that can be utilised in their work based or quality improvement dissertation. Modules can be completed as stand alone CPD modules or as part of the programme. Intake each Spring and Autumn. Part time route for 3 years and full time 18 months using a blended approach for learning, therein supporting students living locally or at a distance. Students are supported locally or via technological support for tutorials and supervision on the three campus: Stirling, Inverness and Stornoway.
Contact Sandra Menzies for further information.