From fully accredited modules and short courses to study days and master classes, DMU offers academic programmes that will enable registered healthcare professionals to further develop their professional skills and experience to be able to deliver exceptional service to their local community.
Our programmes have been designed and delivered through our established and robust partnerships between academics, clinicians and healthcare specialists providing you with the best possible learning experience and the ability to keep up-to-date with best clinical practice.
Reasons for studying with us:
- As a practising healthcare professional, you can continue your post-registration learning and professional development through our academic and continuous professional development (CPD) provision.
- This has been formulated through the university’s partnership with Heath Education England, National Health Care Frameworks, our local practice partners and hospital trusts and colleagues from a wide range of specialities within the acute, primary care and independent healthcare sectors to specifically meet the training needs of registered practitioners in healthcare today.
- You can balance your study alongside your clinical work with our flexible provision and multiple start dates.
- There are a number of funding support opportunities available for NHS and non-NHS professionals to help financially support your study.
- Some modules and programmes are accredited by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and in some cases the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
- You can opt from stand-alone undergraduate/postgraduate modules or courses, or choose from a range of part-time healthcare undergraduate and postgraduate programmes to suit your training needs.
- There are a number of exciting new modules in development for academic year 2023/24,for example, Professional Nurse Advocate, and a new Surgical Care (60c) BSc/PGCert Professional Clinical Practice Pathway.