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Graduate Diploma in Integrated Community Nursing

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

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  • Qualification

    Graduate Diploma

  • Location

    Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

  • Study mode

    Distance / Online

  • Start date

    SEP-21, JAN-22

  • Duration

    2 years

Course summary

Do you want to build on your experience as a health or social care practitioner? Are you keen to develop an understanding of the knowledge and evidence that positively contribute to the health and wellbeing of persons, groups and populations? Our innovative Person-Centred Practice (PCP) Framework offers a flexible suite of course routes that will give you a valuable, career-expanding qualification in person-centred practice.

With part-time and full-time options, the Person-centred Practice Framework is suitable for international, United Kingdom and local practitioners who wish to further develop critical thinking, professional reasoning and research knowledge and skills to develop practice in a way that is informed by evidence and that is person-centred.

This programme will develop the core generalist knowledge, skills and competencies required for safe and effective practice across the range of community roles at practitioner level (Level 5 of the Career Framework for Health), to meet people’s physical, mental health, and social care needs.

Why QMU?

  • You will engage with contemporary, creative and interactive learning approaches that are designed to help you thrive in your studies.
  • You will learn from passionate and internationally renowned personcentred practice academics including Professor Brendan McCormack and Professor Jan
  • Dewing.
  • Flexible pathways, allowing you to personalise your learning to your own situation.
  • More Person-Centred Practice routes may be available. Please check our website for updates.

Structure

To obtain a specific postgraduate award at QMU you must complete a number of credit-bearing modules. You can exit all routes with a PgCert or PgDip, and some courses also offer an MSc. You can also register as an associate student to complete a single module for CPD. On completion of a single module, you may wish to complete further modules and progress your studies to a named award.

Careers

Upon successful completion of this programme band 5 nurses will be equipped to practice confidently and competently across a range of settings and then move on to more specific roles following additional specialised education to provide safe, effective, person-centred care to people with more complex health and care needs within a specialist are of practice.

Exit awards

PgDip (120 credits)/ PgCert (60 credits)

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University information

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

  • University League Table

    75th

  • Campus address

    Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Queen Margaret University Drive, Musselburgh, Edinburgh, EH21 6UU, Scotland

Subject rankings

  • Subject ranking

    21st out of 72 14

  • Entry standards

    / Max 201
    142 71%

    13th

    7
  • Graduate prospects

    / Max 100
    98 98%

    44th

    1
  • Student satisfaction

    / Max 5
    4.70 94%

    1st

    4

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