MSc Paramedic in Primary Care (Closed cohort)

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Duration Full-time
Start date HEFCE - GEN - Degree 1st or 2nd
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This programme delivers core modules over  the 4 years, which are timetabled to allow the learner to develop their knowledge and skills over time and at a pace which allows for anyone working and studying. At present this programme is a closed cohort with the selection process being undertaken by a University collaborative partner.  The core modules make up 180 credits of the course, and includes 20-credit modules on Consultation and Physical examination skills,  Advanced Pathophysiology, Advancing Mental Health across the spectrum, work-based learning, and a 40 credit dissertation module. As part of this programme students will study the Non-Medical prescribing as an additional award. 

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Students will develop their knowledge and skills needed for the role of the Paramedic in Primary and Urgent care, therefore increasing their prospects of a career in these areas of health care.  Completion of the MSc will also allow a pathway into further study at level 8 PhD.

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