This course is primarily aimed at doctors, nurses and paramedics caring for critically ill patients.
This course aims to prepare health care professionals to work at a senior clinical decision making level across a number of clinical settings.
The structure of the course will enable the non-medical clinicians to undertake a full systems examination (Child and Adult) and to develop the knowledge and skills to clinically and critically interpret results of tests and investigations.
A flexible, modular structure allows you to study over a three years period starting with the PG Certificate in the first year, then progressing to the PG Diploma in the second and then going on to the MSc stage in the third. Most modules can also be taken as a stand-alone Postgraduate Award.
Taught by senior practising clinicians and health care professionals, this is an interactive programme where you will learn through seminars, group work and individual study.
This course is aimed primarily at doctors, nurses, paramedics and AHPs who work within acute, emergency and critical care environments such as Emergency Departments, Intensive Care Units and Ambulance Services. It is ideal for those practitioners who are developing their scope of practice towards an autonomous role.
Part Time Structure:
|Year 1 (Postgraduate Certificate): Take two core modules and one optional core module|
|NT901 Postgraduate Induction and your Professional Development||5||Core||TBD|
|MD938 Critical Care: Advanced Emergency Practice
|MD 939 Critical Care: Critical Care Transfer||20||Core||TBD|
|MD940 Critical Care: Pre-Hospital Special Incident Management||20||Optional core||TBD|
|MD981 Clinical Investigations and Diagnostics for Healthcare Professionals||20||Optional core||TBC|
|Year 2 (Postgraduate Diploma): Take one core module and 40 CATs of optional modules|
|MH923/MD915: Understanding Research and Critical Appraisal in Healthcare
|MD982: Clinical Examination Skills for Healthcare Professionals||40||Optional core||TBD|
|MD910 Health Care Ethics||20||Optional Core||TBD|
|MD987 Community-Based Care (20 CATS)||20||Optional Core||TBD|
|Year 3 (MSc): Take two core modules|
|PC950 Professional Project||40||Core||TBD|
|MH928 Introduction to Management in Health Care Organisations||20||Core||TBD|
MSc: 3 years part time
PG Dip: 2 years part time
PG Cert: 1 year part time
Study mode: Part-time
Location of study: University of Warwick and Birmingham
Applications for the Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme are currently open to support eligible postgraduate students. Awards are set at £5,000 per student and are available to eligible Home/EU students from under-represented groups who wish to start a postgraduate taught masters course in 2018/19. The deadline is 29 June. Find out more.