MSc Advanced Professional Practice (Nursing and Midwifery Professions) careers
Advanced Professional Practice (Nursing and Midwifery Professions) enables
you to build your qualification around your personal professional needs by
choosing optional modules relevant to your area of practice – including
prescribing modules. It is also underpinned by the four pillars of practice for
registered nurses described in the Advanced Practice Toolkit (i.e.
clinical practice; facilitation of learning; evidence, research and development;
and leadership and management).
You’ll be able to apply for Band 7 and Band 8 roles and undertaken a wide range of advanced roles within your own field of scope. You can also become a non-medical consultant or clinical specialist, and can move into managerial, academic or research posts.
Further study and research
If you enjoyed researching and writing your project dissertation, you may also wish to progress onto a PhD. You can consult our Doctoral College regarding MPhil or PhD studies, or discuss your plans with your programme leader.
Plymouth University Careers & Employability Service
As a student with the University, you’ll also have access to facilities and resources offered by the Careers & Employability Service, including:
- careers information
- advice and guidance, which is impartial and confidential
- help with applying for jobs, including application and
- job vacancies
- psychometric testing.
Find out more at www.plymouth.ac.uk/careers