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Specialist Community </br> Public Health Nursing

MSc
Specialist Community
Public Health Nursing

NMC Register

(Part III) after successful completion of course 


STUDY

is made up of theory and practice-based learning


funded

course is funded by Welsh Government 


Year of entry: 2020

Course duration: 1YR (FT) 2YRS+ (PT)

Institution Code: G53

Location: Wrexham

Overview of the programme

The programme of study is made up of theory and practice based learning and is grounded in public health practice.  This allows registered nurses and midwives to enhance their professional skills to a specialist level in one of the two routes offered.

 

Successful completion of the course enables you to register on Part III of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) register ad practice as a specialist community public health nurse. The course also includes the Community Nurse Prescribing V100 programme (integrated in the Specialist Practice modules), which you will be able to record with the NMC.

 

This 52 week full-time (or part-time equivalent) programme comprises 22.5 weeks of theoretical study and 22.5 weeks of learning in the practice setting under the supervision of a Practice Teacher and specialist mentor.  This full time route comprises 2 days attendance at Wrexham Glynd┼Ár University, 2 days in practice and 1 study day per week during term time. The course is also available as a part-time modular route.

 

The course is funded by the Welsh Government and entry on to the programme is through joint application and interview by the sponsoring NHS Trust and Wrexham Glyndwr University.

 

Applications for the 2020 intake open in February 2020 and the deadline is March 31. For further information please contact Janet Gargiulo, Programme Leader for Public Health Nursing.

 

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