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Advanced Critical Care Practice - MSc, PGDip, PGCert (Part-Time, 2019 Entry)

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.

Teaching:

This is an interactive programme. You will learn through lectures and seminars, practical group work and guided reading. You will benefit from guided discussions and have the opportunity to practise the skills you have learnt during the sessions.

Assessment:

This is an interactive programme. You will learn through lectures and seminars, practical group work and guided reading. You will benefit from guided discussions and have the opportunity to practise the skills you have learnt during the sessions.

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.


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Essential information

Course Code

P-B91O

Duration

MSc: 3 years

(October 2019 - October 2022)

PGDip: 2 years

(October 2019 - October 2021)

PGCert: 1 year

(October 2019 - October 2020)

Entry Requirements

For the MSc, a first degree (2:2) or equivalent and current registration as a healthcare professional alongside four years post-registration experience. Applicants will need to be currently employed or have access to clinical placements that will support development of clinical skills during the course of the modules.

Applicants will need to have access to clinical and educational mentorship support.

Applicants without a degree may be admitted to a Postgraduate Award, and could potentially progress to an MSc upon successful completion of the Award.

Department of Study

WMS

Location of Study

University of Warwick

Course Fees

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Scholarships
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How to Apply

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This information is applicable for 2019 entry.