The contemporary focus inspires efficiency, effectiveness and quality of practice to positively impact on neonatal care. The MSc Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner programme is offered at University of Plymouth .
- Seize opportunities to study in an inter-professional setting with inter-professional core modules delivered by an academic team with extensive experience, as well as programme specific modules delivered by specialist neonatal practitioners.
- Gain a deeper understanding of the advanced clinical practice role and learn how this level of practice is used to enhance the patient journey.
- Develop a critical understanding of the contemporary issues that impact on neonatal practice and how the advancing level of practice influences the provision of high quality, patient centred care.
- Critically review trends in theory, practice and management relating to neonatal practice.
- Develop a contemporary approach to health and social care through advancing and utilising knowledge and skills in professional practice, underpinned by a focus on excellence and sustainability by developing a critical, analytical and creative approach.
- Promote an understanding of the philosophy and procedures involved in research and use of evidence, with the opportunity to design and undertake research that will enhance and develop patient care and/or service provision within the neonatal arena.
- Be equipped to take on lead roles in management, clinical practice and/or education.
- Part time programme offering flexible delivery and exit points to support a learner centred approach.
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- Advanced concepts in research: methodology and methods
- Advancing Practice in Context
- Holistic Neonatal Assessment and Clinical Management
- Advanced Neonatal Nursing Practice
- Substantive Professional Project
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- 36 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
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- You’ll normally have a first degree (BSc (Hons) at 2:2 or above or European first cycle equivalent plus a professional qualification in health or social care.
- attainment of a recognised QIS qualification
- neonatal clinical experience of at least two years post QIS qualification (excluding maternity leave)
- management experience within neonatal clinical practice
- supernumerary practice of at least 7.5 hours per week (exclusive of taught contact time)
- current NMC registration
- access to an appropriate clinical mentor.
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National430 GBP/moduleTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 430 GBP per module during 36 months.
Part-time (Home) - £430 per 10 module
Living costs for Plymouth
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.