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University of Central Lancashire: Healthcare Practice

Institution University of Central Lancashire
Department School of Health Sciences
Web http://www.uclan.ac.uk
Email cenquiries@uclan.ac.uk
Telephone 01772 892400
Study type Taught

Summary

Structure your MSc Healthcare Practice entirely around your own CPD requirements. This programme is flexible to suit your individual learning and development needs which link to your work based professional practice.

  • This programme is designed around the diverse needs of the healthcare practitioner, offering you the opportunity to structure your CPD and programme around your individual learning and development needs, your professional practice and the requirements of your workplace.

  • It offers you the opportunity to bring CPD experiences together to gain academic credit within the programme, linked to the shell structure of the programme within the key themes of Leadership, Communication, Mental Health, Public Health, Neonatal Practice, Practice Issues and Professional Issues.

  • Contact the course leader for a personal consultation where you can discuss your aspirations and explore your options to create a bespoke postgraduate experience which is both personal and contemporary to your professional need.

Why study with us - This programme is designed to meet the changing needs of healthcare professionals in the modern world.

  • Professional development can be recognised through the flexibility of the Level 7 CPD framework on this programme.

  • Build your bespoke programme to suit your personal and professional needs by arranging a personal consultation with the course leader.

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