Independent and Supplementary Non Medical Prescribing CPPD
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|Term 2: 22nd January 2018||Home / EU - £2,000; Overseas - £4,000||NMM110||Apply Now|
The intention of this module is to enable appropriately qualified experienced nurses and Allied Health Care Professionals (chiropodists/podiatrists and physiotherapists) to enhance their scope of professional practice by facilitating their development into competent/proficient prescribers. This is keeping with the standards as set out by the NMC (2006), HCPC (2005) & the Department of Health (2006).
Collaborative interprofessional approaches will enrich your learning opportunities and encourage you to acquire, critically explore, share, apply and synthesize specialist knowledge and technical expertise fundamental in accountable, proficient prescribing of medicinal products.
Term 2 - January 2018:
Runs in a week block 09.00 - 17.00.
Starting from Monday January 22nd 2018
Week 1 (Days 1-5) Monday 22nd January 2018 - Friday 26th January 2018
Week 2 (Days 6-10) Monday 5th March - Friday 9th March 2018
Week 3 (Days 11-15) Monday 19th March 2018 - Friday 23rd March 2018
Week 4 (Days 16-20) Monday 16th April 2018 - Friday 20th April 2018
Week 5 (Days 21-25 ) Monday 21st May 2018 - Friday 25th May 2018
Day 26 - June 2018 - Exam - exact date to be confirmed
Day 27 - July 2018 - OSCE - exact date to be confirmed
Please apply by the deadline of 5PM on Wednesday 6th December.
Non EEA students can only apply as part of a programme, not as a stand-alone module.
- A current professional registration with a relevant professional/statutory body (NMC/HCPC)
- A relevant first degree (minimum 2.2 & above) or higher level 7/MSc qualifications
- Support from employer that you will be given 26 days to attend this module and 12 days (12 x 7.5 hours) for supervised practice under the supervision of a designated medical practitioner/supervisor/assessor.
- Eligible Medical Practitioner who is willing to supervise you.
- Relevant work experience – minimum 3 years. You must provide evidence you have experience in the field in which you intend to prescribe.
- Evidence of an ability to undertake physical assessment.
For those students whose first language is not English, the following qualification is also required:
- IELTS: 7.0
Please note that due to changes in the UKVI's list of SELTs we are no longer able to accept TOEFL as evidence of English language for students who require a CAS as of April 2014.