PGDip Drug Medicine Control Nursing courses

5 universities in the UK offer 5 postgraduate pgdip drug medicine control nursing degrees.

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Medicines Management PGDip

Medicines Management PGDip

Medicines management describes a system of processes and behaviours that determines how medicines are used by patients and the NHS. Effective medicines management places the patient as the primary focus...Read more
(4.2)
  • 24 months Distance without attendance degree

Advanced Practice (Non-Medical Prescribing) PGDip

Advanced Practice (Non-Medical Prescribing) PGDip

The course aims to offer knowledge and expertise for Nurses, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists, Radiographers and Podiatrists to develop prescribing practice within a clinical setting. ...Read more
(4.1)
  • 2 years Part time degree
Modules
  • Research Methods and Health Improvement in Health and Social Care (HCT118) (30 Credits) - Core
  • Non-medical Prescribing 1 (NRT082) (30 Credits) - Core
  • Non-medical Prescribing 2 (NRT083) (30 Credits) - Core
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Medicines Management PGDip

Medicines Management PGDip

This course equips healthcare professionals with the skills and knowledge to contribute effectively to medicines management services and to individual drug therapy decisions. The programme emphasises...Read more
(4.4)
  • 6 years Part time degree

Advancing Professional Practice (General/Nursing/Leadership/Paediatrics/Vocational Rehabilitation/Social Work/Medicine) PGDip

Advancing Professional Practice (General/Nursing/Leadership/Paediatrics/Vocational Rehabilitation/Social Work/Medicine) PGDip

This flexible course allows you to tailor your studies according to your own development needs. We have a large number of modules that you can choose from that cover areas including clinical and professional,...Read more
(3.8)
  • 2 years Part time degree

Medicines Management PGDip

Medicines Management PGDip

Medicines management describes a system of processes and behaviours that determines how medicines are used by patients and the NHS. Effective medicines management places the patient as the primary focus...Read more
(4.3)
  • 6 years Distance without attendance degree: £2000 per year (UK/EU)
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