|Registration with the appropriate professional/regulatory body (NMC, GPhC, PSNI or HCPC). Appropriate experience in the area of practice in which they will be prescribing. The ability to study at academic level 6 or level 7. Nurses and Midwives: At least one year's post-registration clinical experience in the UK. This includes all nurse (level 1), midwife or SCPHN registrants (including NHS, self-employed or non-NHS employed registrants) at the point of application. Pharmacists: At least one year's post-registration clinical experience in the UK at the point of applying. Allied Health Professionals (excluding Paramedics) At least three years' post-registration clinical experience in the UK at the point of applying. Advanced Paramedic Practitioners: College of Paramedics recommend that paramedics are registered and qualified for at least five years with at least three years' relevant post-qualification experience in the clinical area in which they will be prescribing. Advanced Paramedic Practitioners will normally have evidence in their application that they have completed or are working towards a Master's qualification (level 7). Appropriate numeracy skills, clinical/health assessment, diagnostics/care management and planning and evaluation of care in their intended area of prescribing practice. Support from the sponsoring organisation confirming service need, indicating the necessary governance structures are in place (including clinical support, access to protected learning time and employer support where appropriate) to enable the students to undertake and be adequately supported throughout the programme. Access to appropriate supervised practice, and a prescribing budget to meet the costs of prescriptions on completion of training.|
More info: The fee mentioned above is for 2022/2023 entry. There may be a slight increase in 2023/2024 entry..