You are successfully registered
Thanks for telling us about yourself, ! Now we know who we're talking to, and can create content you'll love
MSc - Master of Science
Respiratory / Chest Diseases
This course is your opportunity to further develop as a health and social care professional. Undertake a programme of continued professional development in advanced respiratory practice. You will learn from experts in the field in small postgraduate groups, alongside fellow professionals. This course will enable you to study for either a PG Cert, PG Dip or full MSc, depending on your own requirements.
This is a unique model of continued professional development for allied health professionals. You will learn from industry experts in intimate learning groups. You will gain a postgraduate level award, whether that is a PG Cert, PG Dip full MSc, in your chosen area of Advanced Respiratory Practice. The award you choose will determine the duration of the course, as well as how many modules you will study.
The course is aimed at qualified professionals working in UK health and social care, such as physiotherapists or occupational therapists, seeking to develop advanced practice in a specific clinical area.
The award pathways have different expected learning outcomes. Each one advances the previous award. To complete your chosen award, you will:
Select, justify and implement a methodology appropriate to the research question or aim
Follow research ethics principles to conduct the research ethically
Present research findings in a recognised journal format for manuscript submission.
Where could Advanced Respiratory Practice take you?
You will already be a qualified professional working in UK health or social care. This course will help you further develop the advanced level of your practice in your own clinical area and enhance your career options.
For this course (per year)
This course is not available for international students.
Students need to have 2:2 honours degree in a related subject; 3 years postgraduate experience in an appropriate clinical setting. If your degree is in an unrelated subject, but you can provide evidence of relevant professional experience, your application may still be considered. In addition, you must have: 3 years current postgraduate experience in an appropriate clinical setting; A letter of support from your line manager; Proof of appropriate and up to date professional registration (for example HCPC or GMC).