Queen's University Belfast
Nursing (Specialist Practice in Nursing)
Applicants must hold a 1st degree in nursing or a relevant subject. Applicants must also hold a current and recognised professional qualification in nursing and have a minimum of 1 year's post-registration experience specific to the area of specialist practice being undertaken. Applicants who do not meet the entry requirements should contact the School for advice.
This postgraduate programme comprises 6 modules and a clinical component. 3 core modules and 3 specialist specific modules with a clinical component that incorporates the clinical competencies required for a specialist practitioner (NMC,2001). The following specialist practice pathways are offered: anaesthetic nursing; oncology nursing; cardiology nursing; nursing care for older people; respiratory nursing; palliative care.
Methods of assessment includes presentation or practical demonstration, written examination, written assessment and seminars.
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