|Qualification Level:||Level 6|
|Course Duration:||1 year 120 Credit Points|
|More information:||Tel: (+44) 0208 099 8877|
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This is a direct-entry course for registered nurses who possess qualifications in Health and Social Care equivalent to NQF diploma level. This course develops students’ knowledge, skills and understanding and further enhances their abilities in order to meet the challenges of the dynamic and contemporary health- care environments.
NQF Level 6
Students should complete the course within one academic year.
Nursing Registration from country of origin; or
completion of 3 or 4 year nursing degree in country of origin with ability to register
an English Language level equivalent to IELTS 6.0.
The assessment for each of the modules has been carefully considered in order to meet the learning outcomes of the module itself and to contribute to the programme learning outcomes. A wide variety of assessment methods have been utilized to stimulate appropriate learning, self-reflective and analytical skills; these include Folder of Evidence development, essays and critical literature review.
This course is delivered collaboratively at the University of West London
During the one year programme students are required to complete 3 modules in each semester. The core modules focus on Evidence Based Practice and contemporary health issues. The dissertation will be supported by appropriate specialists and is designed to enable exploration of student selected topics.
|Evaluating the Care and Management of Individuals with HIV|
|Advanced Professional Development in Tissue Viability and the Management of People with Wounds|
|Advanced Approach to Multi-professional Care in Diabetes|
Upon completing the programme students will gain recognition of personal and professional development. The application of developed skills of critical thinking, problem solving, self-regulation and understanding of evidence based practice will enhance the service delivery within the nursing and healthcare sectors. This degree leads to a variety of employment opportunities in healthcare, which could include:
- Clinical/Nurse Specialist
- Leader/manager of a ward/unit
- Academic careers such as lecturers/tutors
- Researcher (clinical or academic)
Successful completion of this course, student will obtain Bachelor of Science Honours Degree, awarded by University of West London. There are also a variety of opportunities for studying a postgraduate qualification (level 7).
Course fees are calculated on the basis of £1000 / 20 Credit Points for year three. Dissertation is delivered at a set fee of £4,150.