Canterbury Christ Church University
Advanced Practice (Nursing, Midwifery and Occupational Therapy)
The programme aims to address the 4 overarching themes of advanced practice: advanced clinical practice; leadership; teaching, coaching and mentoring and research, to develop a coherent and relevant programme that meets the needs of the National Health Service. The 6 pathways have been developed to prepare practitioners for roles within their specialist field, incorporating the overarching themes of advanced practice and the specific knowledge and skills required for the identified area of practice. Students must indicate a pathway at the start of the course from: acute adult nursing; child nursing; community nursing; mental health nursing; midwifery; occupational therapy; public health nursing.
A relevant 1st degree in the health and social sciences and a professional registration to practice in the relevant pathway (usually 3 years post qualified), a relevant clinical role and managerial support.
Assessments for each module in the programme include assignments of 4,000 words. The programme utilises a number of assignments designed to assess the specified learning outcomes for each module, such as long essay, situational analysis, practical exercise, competencies, examinations, reflections or report.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Canterbury Campus||Canterbury||CT1 1QU||South East|
Admissions Department (Postgraduate Admissions)