MSc Healthcare Leadership
BPP University’s School of Health offers this Master's in Healthcare Leadership to Doctors, Pharmacists, Allied Health Professionals, Nursing and Midwifery Registrants and Non Clinical staff who are postgraduate and have responsibility for the leadership and management in a range of health service settings, or wish to advance into a leadership role.
Facilitating Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Practice - Mentor Module Level 6
This Module is applicable to all Registered Health and Social Care Practitioners who supervise students before and after Registration / Qualification to get an understanding of the regulatory requirements, the skills and the attitude to be a competent facilitator of teaching, learning and assessment in Practice.
Leading and Managing Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Practice -
Mentor Module Level 7
If you’re a Postgraduate Registered Health and Social Care Practitioner or a Non Clinical / Manager who supervises students before and after Registration / Qualification, this module will allow you to accrue 30 credits towards a Masters programme of study.
Anaesthetic Award for Registered Nurses
This programme is a both a practice and theory focused module designed to equip nurse practitioners working in the area of anaesthetics to develop the knowledge and the skills required to work in this specialist field. To complete the award students must be working in the area of anaesthetics within their field of practice and be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), with support from their employer to complete the required theoretical and practical competencies required.
Specialised Practice in Vascular Nursing Care
This theory based module is aimed at registered nursing staff who have specialised in the field of vascular care and are working in acute settings. The programme will appeal to registered nurses who wish to gain further knowledge of the more complex conditions and treatments in relation to vascular patient care.