These pathways are intended for experienced community nurses from a range of settings who are developing advanced clinical skills and autonomous practice, supporting educational and practice development or exercising clinical leadership.
Students undertake core modules in evidence-based practice and healthcare research. In addition students select options from a range of areas including:
- Advanced assessment skills
- Long term clinical conditions
- Clinical practice
- Long term conditions and case management
- Diabetes care
- Specialist practice in reproductive and sexual health
- Prescribing (for eligible practitioners)
- Teaching and learning
- Professional development and organisational change
Other options from our BSc programme may also be available. Students who have already studied modules at undergraduate or graduate level at King's may be able to incorporate this study into the programme, provided that the credits have not already contributed to an award. Modules studied elsewhere may be incorporated through accreditation of prior certificated learning (subject to a successful accreditation claim
Please see our frequently asked questions here.
Dr Geraldine Lee
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
Typically students take one year to complete a certificate, two years for a diploma and three years for an MSc. Maximum of six years PT.
Waterloo and Guy's campuses.
Community matron; nurse practitioner.
Year of entry 2013