Nursing (Primary and Community Care) – MSc

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Nursing (Primary and Community Care) – MSc

Sheffield Hallam University
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This is a postgraduate course designed for nurses who want to specialise in district nursing and primary care practice. It equips registered nurses with the knowledge and skills to work with varied, and often vulnerable people, in the primary care setting.

We emphasise developing your expertise as an autonomous practitioner and leader with an evidence-based skills set that meets the challenges of contemporary practice. The course includes a research-based element, potentially leading to the dissertation and the MSc qualification.

To meet the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) standards, the course consists of 50% practice and 50% theory. We structure the postgraduate diploma to reflect t…

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This is a postgraduate course designed for nurses who want to specialise in district nursing and primary care practice. It equips registered nurses with the knowledge and skills to work with varied, and often vulnerable people, in the primary care setting.

We emphasise developing your expertise as an autonomous practitioner and leader with an evidence-based skills set that meets the challenges of contemporary practice. The course includes a research-based element, potentially leading to the dissertation and the MSc qualification.

To meet the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) standards, the course consists of 50% practice and 50% theory. We structure the postgraduate diploma to reflect the important balance of the practice elements, which are designated practice days or work-based learning. Consolidated practice enables you to work independently while remaining under the supervision of a practice teacher. The theoretical elements involve a mix of learning approaches including self-directed study days.

To help flexible working and study arrangements we offer every module (except practice learning) individually. This means if you are not yet in a position to access the full-time or part-time provision, you can initially take the course on a modular basis. The modules are also available distance learning so that you can study in the way that most suits your circumstances.

To access the full course and gain the NMC recognised qualifications you need to be sponsored by an employing organisation and able to identify an appropriately qualified mentor/practice teacher to guide and assess your practice experience.

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