Wound Management and Tissue Viability

MSc
Nursing and midwifery

Why Wound Management and Tissue Viability?

Educating future leaders in healthcare delivery and related research is at the core of the mission of the RCSI School of Nursing & Midwifery. Our School is committed to the development of expert, reflective nursing and midwifery practitioners who can seek out and use research-based knowledge to improve patient care.

RCSI is proud to provide postgraduate students with a rigorous, outcome-focused curricula, shaped by innovative teaching and learning practices. We have a long association with postgraduate nursing and midwifery education and are the largest such school in Ireland and aspire to become recognised leaders in the provision of health sciences education, both nationally and internationally.

Our suite of online programmes and learning content is continually evolving in response to the needs within the healthcare sector and services and our goal remains to empower nurses and midwives to be able to demonstrate the difference they make to practice, and in doing so, to be able to respond accordingly to the leadership and professional challenges that they face every day.

Professor Zena Moore, Head of School of Nursing & Midwifery at RCSI, speaks about the value of the Wound Management and Tissue Viability programme.

Watch this video of Zena

Why RCSI?

Follow in the path of former students who have embraced 230 years of teaching excellence. Driven by the promise of 'leading the world to better health', RSCI has been at the forefront of international healthcare education since our establishment in 1784, and we have a worldwide reputation for delivering excellent undergraduate and postgraduate health professions education.

RCSI's singular healthcare focus is evident through all our postgraduate programmes, offering innovative, insight-rich and immersive development opportunities for both current and future leaders in healthcare.

Aglecia Budri

"The new programme is delivered using a digital blended-learning approach specifically aimed at facilitating healthcare professionals’ busy schedules, while valuable academic virtual face-to-face interaction is in place."

Dr Aglecia Budri, Lecturer and programme director