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If you want to advance in your career as a health or social care practitioner and drive real benefits in patient care, a Master’s in Advanced Clinical Practice (Geriatric Medicine) from the University of Bolton gives you the opportunity to build the knowledge and skills necessary to become an expert in your field.Course DetailsDeveloped for health and social care practitioners who want to progress to advanced level in their field, our part-time MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice (Geriatric
If you want to advance in your career as a health or social care practitioner and drive real benefits in patient care, a Master’s in Advanced Clinical Practice (Geriatric Medicine) from the University of Bolton gives you the opportunity to build the knowledge and skills necessary to become an expert in your field.
Developed for health and social care practitioners who want to progress to advanced level in their field, our part-time MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice (Geriatric Medicine) is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary for roles that require greater responsibility and levels of decision making. Students from a variety of health and social care backgrounds come to us to build on their theoretical and practical abilities. On our MSc course, you’ll have the opportunity to get hands-on in our state-of-the-art Clinical Simulation Suites and learn the core curriculum of a programme proudly supported by Health Education NW and employing NHS Trusts.
Covering content such as disease awareness, patient examination and diagnostics, leadership and innovation, this work-based programme aims to help you develop your clinical skills and leadership abilities to become a flexible practitioner able to respond to the challenges of your role and your developing service. As well as gaining skills in practice, you’ll have the opportunity to expand your knowledge and awareness with the relevant theory taught through blended direct and online learning approaches.
This course aims to develop both your clinical and leadership abilities, enabling you to achieve advanced practitioner level in a geriatric medicine specialty. You’ll be encouraged and supported to master the clinical content of the course and have the opportunity to develop the necessary leadership skills to challenge and change practice, with a view to delivering innovative changes that provide real benefits for patients in your service.
The University of Bolton has a long history of providing high-quality education in the northwest of England. Founded in 1825, today it offers students a contemporary campus just a short distance from the town centre.
Home to 11,000 students, the University of Bolton is ranked number one in the North West for student satisfaction (Complete University Guide 2021).
Postgraduate study is a challenging, exhilarating and rewarding advancement, whether for career or personal development. A postgraduate degree from the University of Bolton helps students to get noticed by the best employers. For students that want to unlock opportunities, fast-track their career and enjoy more earning potential, postgraduate study at Bolton is ideal.