Healthcare - Professional Healthcare Studies - Sligo St. Angela's
This is a multidisciplinary programme suitable for registered nurses and allied health and social care professionals Students will be allocated a supervisor and will partake in individual and group supervision to develop and undertake their research project.
A 10 credit module has a 20 hour per week workload and this includes class time, online directed work, self-directed work and assessment preparation.
Who should apply?
This programme is suitable for nurses and other allied healthcare and social care professionals interested in advancing their understanding of research methods, knowledge generation for practice and evidence synthesis and translation. Students will develop knowledge and skills to avail of a variety of employment opportunities in the acute and community setting.
Research Dissertation Practicum
To be eligible for this program, applicants must have a 60ECTS Postgraduate Diploma at Level 9 in health/ disability/social care related studies or equivalent academic credits with an aggregate mark of 60% or above. Additionally, they should have completed a postgraduate Level 9 research module, be registered as a nurse/midwife with the NMBI or on an appropriate allied healthcare professional register, and currently employed in the health/disability or social care delivery sector. For full details on the Entry Requirements for this programme please see the course webpage.
1 Year Part Time
Students attend 3-4 seminar days per semester.