MSc - Master of Science
Health Studies Nursing Paramedical Services / Supplementary Medicine Medical Sciences
If you want to improve your clinical skills this course will appeal to health professionals including nurses, physiotherapists, paramedics and many other disciplines to improve your learning, evidence based leadership, research and development. The course focuses on providing optimum outcomes for patients within multidisciplinary teams and the understanding of working across boundaries and human factors involved in complex cases and their management. You learn the necessary advanced clinical skills to enable you to become an advanced and confident practitioner in a clinical setting. The courses are aligned to the National Core Requirements for Advanced Practice.
You gain confidence in dealing with specialist and complex cases and you can progress to PGDip and MSc. The programme is delivered in partnership with NHS Grampian. From 2019 you can progress from this course to PgDip and MSc in year 3. As an advanced practitioner you are able to deal with more complex cases. The programme is delivered via blended learning which is a mix of online learning and on campus learning.
Courses modules include; Fundamentals of Clinical Methods and Decision Making, Leadership in Higher / Clinical Education, Fundamentals of Clinical Method and Decision Making and Teaching and Facilitating Learning in Clinical Education
Online Learning at Aberdeen
When you study online your study and research needs are taken care of online. You have access to the Virtual Learning platform at Aberdeen. On this platform you can view lectures, speak to lecturers and your tutor, communicate with your peers, enjoy group work where relevant, blogs and many other facilities to ensure your learning experience is like being on campus. You have access to the Sir Duncan Rice Library and its extensive e-resources to ensure you have the same quality of experience as you would on campus.
Why study at Aberdeen?
Distance with attendance
Applicants invited from those currently working in a medical or clinical environment within healthcare
The University of Aberdeen is 5th oldest university in the UK and 3rd oldest university in Scotland. It was founded by Bishop William Elphinstone in 1495 to provide academic learning across many of the subjects it teaches and researches today. Aberdeen attracts over 3,500 postgraduate students internationally, studying on campus and online. There are 12 schools: Business School Divinity, History and Philosophy Education Language,...more