Sarah Piercy receives strength and conditioning advice from Lecturer in Physiotherapy Dr Erin Byrd

By studying this programme you will be prepared for advanced practitioner roles, teaching and management. A survey of our graduates revealed that their practice was enhanced by increased confidence, the ability to articulate a coherent argument and being better able to fulfil clients’ needs by being guided by research evidence.

By studying the Advanced Professional Practice programme you may be in on-going employment in health, social care or business settings and will have access to careers support and guidance through your individual employers, NHS career websites or Royal Colleges. You’ll also have access to the additional facilities and resources offered by the University of Plymouth Careers Service, including: careers information, advice and guidance, which is impartial and confidential, help with applying for jobs, including application and interview preparation, job vacancies and psychometric testing.

If you are considering taking your studies further, you can consult the Doctoral College regarding MPhil or PhD studies, or discuss your plans with your pathway lead or the Programme Manager, or academic in the field of study.