The MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice is open to all non-consultant health doctors in Ireland within non-surgical specialities such as radiology, anaesthesiology, general practice, emergency medicine, pathology, public health, occupational health, and all general medical specialties.
The aim of the Advanced Clinical Practice programme is to provide clinicians of various specialties a systematic understanding of the professional skills and techniques needed to provide leadership, management, teaching and research in clinical practice. Scholars on this programme will be able to gain a suite of essential skills and competencies in clinical practice in order to take on more advanced roles within your specialty, sector or setting.
Through extensive research of different non-surgical specialties, this programme is based on a number of critical modules that will help clinician’s better meet the demands of modern day clinical practice. Modules have also been selected based on clinicians having a positive impact on patient care in their practice. The programme is NUI-accredited.
Uniquely in year two, scholars will construct a comprehensive research strategy and produce a thesis inclusive of an original piece of research relating to an area of current advanced clinical practice. The Research Methods, Protocol Development, Design and Analysis modules in year one will equip you with the tools to prepare, manage, and design this substantial research project. Academic staff will also be available to support you in relation to you research dissertation.
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