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Who is it for?
The programme is for NMC registered nurses, who are currently working as general practice nurses (GPN) and wish to develop their skills and progress their career.
Throughout the world, the provision of preventive, treatment and rehabilitation services is rooted increasingly in primary care.
City’s Primary Care (Practice Nurse) programme supports GPN in developing new skills for use in the general practices in which they work. The programme is focused on practice and practical application, and is relevant to the varied communities from which our GPN are drawn.
The BSc/Graduate Diploma consists of 120 credits. Four of the modules are core or compulsory, with 3 optional modules. The Post Graduate Diploma (PgDip) consists of 120 credits. Three of the modules are core or compulsory, with 5 optional modules. The choice of optional modules from our Continuing Personal and Professional Development portfolio will allow you to choose modules that are relevant to your work as a GPN within the general practice environment. However, your choice of optional modules will be determined by either the funder for your programme or your employing organisation.
The MSc consists of 180 credits. Three of the modules are core, with one MSc Conversion top-up consists 60 credits dissertation module is core. The choice of 15 optional modules from our Continuing Personal and Professional Development portfolio will be determined by either the funder for your programme or your employing organisation.
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