Develop your nursing career
Continuing Professional Development is now considered core practice for all Nursing professions to progress your career and keep up to date with the latest nursing techniques.
At the University of Birmingham we offer a range of programmes to suit your needs. Whether it's a Masters level Postgraduate qualification that you seek, or a short course to top up essential skills, we can support you.
Masters courses - Masters programmes take 1 year Full Time or 2 years Part Time to complete.
• Advancing Practice MSc/PGDip
• Clinical Primary and Community Care MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert
• Health Studies MSc
In addition to the Masters programmes we offer a range of stand alone Postgraduate modules that can be taken to gain credits towards a Master's degree or as non assessed Continual Professional Development (CPD).
These cover a range of specialist topics from health promotion, to caring for people with specific physiological disorders such as cardiovascular disease in the community and managing mental health problems. A number of modules focus on professional development, for example, on evidence based practice, research in practice and the context of health care.
As the range and scope of modules is constantly changing please visit our website where you can find all of our current available programmes.
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