MSc Child Health aims to encourage synthesis of experience, knowledge and new learning in order to influence children’s nursing within contemporary health and social care settings.
At postgraduate level, the Child Health course; develops nurses who can champion and promote leadership in children’s nursing, facilitate reflection on contemporary children’s nursing in order to encourage innovation and creativity in children’s nursing and enables nurses and midwives to apply and utilise research that will support innovations contributing to the development of children´s nursing.
The course allows practitioners to reflect upon and expand their clinical capability within multi- agency, multidisciplinary and inter-professional teams and participate in developing and promoting appropriate practice developments to facilitate the delivery of quality care.
The minimum entry requirement for Master’s award is a Bachelor’s degree with Honours at lower second or above.
Equivalent learning from other study or experience may serve to meet this requirement.
Specific entry criteria:
You must be a registered nurse or midwife who works with children and young people across a variety of health and social care settings
Applications from all candidates will be considered on their merits and in the light of the nature and scope of the programme or work proposed. Informal enquiries are welcomed and will normally be followed by an initial advisory interview.
Introduction to Postgraduate Research
Shaping the Future for Child Healthcare Practice
3 optional modules from the following list:
Writing and presentation skills
Solution focused interventions
Advanced research methods
The safeguarding of children in multi-disciplinary environments
Care of the child with cancer
Leadership in practice
Multiprofessional support of learning and assessing in practice
Assessing and responding to the critically ill child
or Double dissertation
plus Practice Improvement Through Change
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