Nursing - Professional Nursing
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The programme provides the nurse with a broad-based educational experience to practice at an advanced level incorporating key concepts such as advanced decision making, professional leadership, evidence-based practice, professional ethics, research knowledge and skills. This course is jointly delivered in collaboration with IOTs Nursing consortia.
The PG/Master of Science in Professional Nursing programmes is the first blended learning Master`s programme in Nursing offered in the Department of Nursing and Healthcare. It is offered to qualified, experienced nurses and midwives who wish to develop their knowledge, skills and competencies. The programme provides the nurse with a broad-based educational experience to practice at an advanced level incorporating key concepts such as advanced decision making, professional leadership, evidence-based practice, professional ethics, research knowledge and skills. Modules on the programme are shared with modules in the suite of Advanced Practice Programmes offered by the Department of Nursing and Healthcare.
Minimum Entry Requirements
- Registered nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland
- BSc (Hons) or equivalent NFQ Level 8 qualification in nursing or cognate discipline at 2nd class honours award level.
PROPOSED MODULES MANDATORY/ELECTIVE CREDITS
Research Methods for Evidence Based Practice Mandatory 10
The Fundamentals of Professional Practice (Nursing) Mandatory 10
2 Leadership and Clinical Decision Making for Advanced Practice Mandatory 10
Advanced Practice in Person-centered Integrated Care Mandatory 10
Quality and Innovation Mandatory 10
Elective Module Elective 10
Generating Evidence for the Healthcare Setting Mandatory 30
1 year full-time
Entry year 2020
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