University of Northampton
Specialist Community Public Health Nursing
This course is designed to enable students to study at Master's level whilst also preparing them to become proficient practitioners within public health nursing / practice and work at specialist practitioner level within complex primary health care arenas. It aims to broaden horizons in terms of context and subsequent delivery of effective practice. It involves study of the core underpinning principles of contemporary public health practice, and aims to equip students with a range of skills needed to lead and develop innovative public health programmes within a generic population group. This will result in students delivering a high quality service, able to bring about change in personal practice environments. There is a focus on work based learning throughout which ensures clear integration of practice based learning, assessment and university based work. A shared learning approach is encouraged with inter professional modules and integrated working incorporated within the overall programme structure. Attendance is through either a full or part time route for the sponsored element of the programme which will be negotiated with the sponsoring Provider Service. The remaining 60 credits required for the dissertation is through a part time route and does not require sponsorship from provider services. The full time sponsored element of the course comprises of 45 programmed weeks for (50per cent of which is in practice), or no more than 208 weeks for part time students which is in accordance with NMC 2004 SCPHN regulations.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|MSc||Full-time||September 2017||-||1 years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Park Campus||Northampton||NN2 7AL||East Midlands|
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