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Swansea University: Enhanced Professional Midwifery Practice

Institution Swansea University View institution profile
Department Work-Based Learning
Web http://www.swan.ac.uk/postgraduate/
Email study@swansea.ac.uk
Telephone +44 (0)1792 295358
Study type Taught

Summary

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The course is a highly flexible and modular programme led by your learning and professional development objectives as both a student and a busy midwife.

You will cover key policy and practice related topics and refine your critical research and analytical skills in relation to midwifery. With the support of an academic mentor you will also develop professional reflective practice techniques.

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Why choose Swansea for a Postgraduate degree?

  •  UK Top 30 Research
  • *Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014-2021)
  •  Up to £8 million funding available for Postgraduate study
  •  UK Top 10 most affordable UK University town (totally money.com 2019)
  •  Highest ranked University in Wales (The Times and Sunday Time Good University Guide 2020)


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