You'll develop a combination of theoretical and practical skills which include applied physiology, history taking, clinical examination and case management. In addition, you’ll master critical thinking, knowledge and application of research methods, and efficient approaches to time management, prioritisation and clinical workload planning to aid the attainment of autonomous practice.
The course will enable you to apply your knowledge and skills to achieve advanced clinical levels of practice and influence decision making at both local and national strategic levels.
The School of Health & Social Care is one of the largest in Scotland, providing education and training to nurses and midwives, both at pre- and post-registration level. We offer a supportive environment to encourage your personal and professional development.
- Advanced Patient History Taking and Clinical Examination (40 credits)
- Professional Clinical Work Based Learning (40 credits)
- Non-Medical Prescribing for Nurses, Midwives and Allied-Health Professionals (40 credits)
- Research Approaches
The programme is delivered blended online with mandatory attendance for face-to-face teaching and assessment on campus.