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Oxford Brookes University Postgraduate Nursing Specialisms degrees

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Oxford Brookes University’s postgraduate opportunities will help students take charge of their career by building on their undergraduate degree and developing their professional skills. ...Read more

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Infection Prevention and Control MSc

Infection Prevention and Control MSc

This course aims to equip you with the knowledge and skills to devise appropriate strategies for the prevention and management of infection in a variety of clinical settings. These include specialist...Read more
  • 36 months Distance without attendance degree
Modules
  • Infection Prevention and Control
  • Evidence-based Practice
  • Communicable Diseases and Public Health
  • Advanced Health Promotion
  • Dissertation for Infection Prevention and Control
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Community Children's Nursing PGDip

Community Children's Nursing PGDip

This innovative Community Specialist Practice course is aimed at community nurses wishing to prepare for (or consolidate) a leadership role. It will enable you to become a skillful community specialist...Read more
  • 12 months Full time degree
  • 24 months Part time degree

Midwifery (pre-registration) MSc

Midwifery (pre-registration) MSc

The MSc in Midwifery is a professional programme leading to registration for graduates with a first degree. Midwives are the primary healthcare professionals in normal pregnancy and childbirth: they provide...Read more
  • 3 years Full time degree

Nursing, Children's (pre-registration) MSc

Nursing, Children's (pre-registration) MSc

The MSc in Childrens Nursing is a qualifying programme for graduates with a suitable and relevant first degree. Childrens nursing is a challenging but highly rewarding career choice, and the programmes...Read more
  • 3 years Full time degree
  • 8 years Part time degree
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