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Course Code: INT58
Entry Requirements:

 Applicants for Stand Alone Modules must be:

  1. A Registered Nurse on the Live Register held by Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI), if applicable.
  2. Working in a clinical area where they are able to develop skills relevant to their chosen module

or

  1. Working in the area of Health service/delivery in another capacity such as another health care professional/administrator/ manager or equivalent.
  2. This module may also be relevant to non-clinical health services managers across acute and primary care areas.

Applicants for Post-Graduate Diplomas in Health Science should normally possess a Primary Degree.  However, applicants who do not meet this requirement may apply to have prior learning considered.


Duration:

Module Dates:

Wednesday 10th January 2018 (Induction Day)

Thursday, 25th January
Thursday, 22nd February

Thursday, 22nd March

Thursday, 10th May 

Fees (euro):

€750

Application Process:

Closing date Friday, 1st December 2017 - late applications may be accepted.

To receive an Application Form, please contact Postgraduate Administrator below

Margaret Hession

Department of Nursing, Health Sciences and Disability Studies

St Angela's College

Lough Gill

Sligo

T: 071-9135612

E: mhession@stangelas.nuigalway.ie

 Alternatively, you may download an Application Form.

Next Intake:

January 2018

Closing Date: 2017-12-01

Programme Overview

The aim of this module is to develop students' knowledge and skill in relation to the collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of valid and reliable data to serve as a basis for the introduction of evidence based decision making and optional appraisal within health care organisations.

Blended learning.

Course work & participation in on-line discussions.
Examples of coursework include essays; literature reviews; development of posters; portfolios; group presentations.

Contact Details

Mary Cooke
T: 071 9135602
E: mcooke@stangelas.nuigalway.ie

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