MSc in Nursing
The philosophy of the MSc in Nursing programme is based on the belief that nursing is an interactive, caring process, and that nurses must constantly consolidate their practice with education. In so doing, the nurse as an individual and a member of the healthcare team enhances their professionalism through a greater appreciation of patient-centric care.
The achievement of professional scholarship is not only an academic exercise, but also one of integrating skills, knowledge, competence and professionalism, and appreciation of research and its importance to clinical practice. It is these principles that underpin the curriculum in MSc in Nursing, and the programme is structured in such a way as to facilitate nurses to pursue their study whilst working full-time in clinical practice.
- Dedicated focus
Developed with clinical nursing practice at the core of the programme.
- Global recognition
School of Nursing & Midwifery has been placed on the WHO EMRO (Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office of the World Health Organisation) Directory for Schools of Nursing and Midwifery.
Accredited by the National University of Ireland (NUI), the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland – Medical University of Bahrain, and the Higher Education Council Bahrain.
- International reputation and history
RCSI has been delivering surgical training in Ireland and setting national standards since 1784.
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