Why study Healthcare Practice Neonatal Pathway?
Students that have applied for explicit pathways (Simulation or Neonatal) will be required to complete and pass specified modules within the MSc Healthcare Practice course which emphasises the need to develop advanced practice for quality healthcare provision for all people across the healthcare sector.
Responding to changes required in response to the 10-year NHS plan and the future needs of the population requires a workforce well prepared to provide practice and services that enhance the experience of service users.
Some priority areas have been identified for the local workforce and these have been included as identified pathways (Simulation or Neonatal). This will enable individuals working in specific roles to meet the requirements of their employers.
The MSc Healthcare Practice (Neonatal Pathway) is designed to be a flexible and responsive course, meeting the learning and development needs of all healthcare professionals. It is open to applicants who have at least 12 months experience on a neonatal unit and are working a minimum of 23 hours per week clinically throughout the programme.