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Midwifery


Degrees Available



MSc Part-time

Suitable for International Students?

Not suitable for International Students

Award Tuition Fees Attendance Mode Length of Course
MSc

See the School of Health Studies website for details.

Part-time Between 1 and 5 years
September

Course Introduction

PG Certificate/Diploma/Msc in:

  • Midwifery

PG Certificate/PG Diploma in:

  • Advanced Clinical Practice (Midwifery)
  • Diagnostic Hysteroscopy and Therapeutic Management
  • Sexual Health

Course Syllabus

Modules: All Modules are Optional (O)

120 Credits equivalent to Midwifery PG Diploma PLUS 60 Credits:

  • Dissertation (60 credits) (O)
  • Systematic Review (60 credits) (O)
  • Work-Based Project (60 credits) (O)

PG Diploma Part-time

Suitable for International Students?

Not suitable for International Students

Award Tuition Fees Attendance Mode Length of Course
PG Diploma

See the School of Health Studies website for details.

Part-time Between 1 and 5 years
September

Course Introduction

PG Certificate/Diploma/Msc in:

  • Midwifery

PG Certificate/PG Diploma in:

  • Advanced Clinical Practice (Midwifery)
  • Diagnostic Hysteroscopy and Therapeutic Management
  • Sexual Health

Course Syllabus

Modules: All Modules are Optional (O)

PG Diploma in Midwifery

120 Credits from a choice of Midwifery modules
PG Diploma in Advanced
Clinical Practice (Midwifery)
60 credits equivalent to Advanced Clinical Practice
(Midwifery) PG Certificate PLUS
  • Independent Clinical Study (30 Credits), OR
  • Clinical Examination in Case Management (30 Credits)
Plus EITHER
  • Undertaking Systematic Review  (30 Credits), OR
  • Research Methods in Health and Social Care (30 Credits)
PG Diploma in Diagnostic
Hysteroscopy and Therapeutic
Management

60 credits equivalent to Diagnostic Hysteroscopy
and Therapeutic Management PG Certificate PLUS 60 Credits from the following modules:

  • Therapeutic Practices to support Outpatient Multiprofessional Hysteroscopy: Ablation (30 Credits)
  • Therapeutic Practices to support Outpatient Hysteroscopy: Bi-polar Electrodes (30 Credits)
  • Therapeutic Practices to support Outpatient Hysteroscopy: Sterilisation (30 Credits)

If undertaking the MSc, 30 of the 60 Credits studied must be in either:

  • Undertaking Systematic Review (30 Credits)
  • Research Methods in Health and Social Care (30 Credits)
PG Diploma in
Sexual Health
60 credits equivalent to Sexual Health PG Certificate PLUS
  • Another of the above Sexual Health modules
Plus EITHER
  • Undertaking Systematic Review (30 Credits)
  • Research Methods in Health and Social Care (30 Credits)

PG Certificate Part-time

Suitable for International Students?

Not suitable for International Students

Award Tuition Fees Attendance Mode Length of Course
PG Certificate

See the School of Health Studies website for details.

Part-time Between 1 and 5 years
September

Course Introduction

PG Certificate/Diploma/Msc in:

  • Midwifery

PG Certificate/PG Diploma in:

  • Advanced Clinical Practice (Midwifery)
  • Diagnostic Hysteroscopy and Therapeutic Management
  • Sexual Health

Course Syllabus

Modules: (C) = Core, (O) = Optional

PG Certificate in Midwifery 60 Credits from a choice of Midwifery modules
PG Certificate in Advanced
Clinical Practice (Midwifery)
60 Credits from a choice of Practice-Based modules
PG Certificate in Diagnostic
Hysteroscopy and Therapeutic
Management

60 Credits (1 x (C) and 1 x (O) Module):

  • Hysteroscopic Diagnosis and Management (30 Credits)
  • Independent Clinical Study (30 Credits)
  • Choice from Practice-Based modules  (30 Credits)
PG Certificate in
Sexual Health
60 Credits (2 x (O) Modules)
  • Cervical Screening  (30 Credits)
  • Clinical Practice in CASH (30 Credits)
  • Developing Theory in Contraception and Sexual Health (CASH) (30 Credits)
  • Foundations in Reproductive Sexual Health (30 Credits)
  • Independent Clinical Studies (IUS or Implanon) (30 Credits)
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (30 Credits)

Special Features

Continuing professional development funding may be available for some modules and courses. However, access to funding for part or all of an award cannot be guaranteed.  For further information about eligibility for funding please see the School of Health Studies website.

Entry Requirements

  • A first degree or equivalent relevant qualification or appropriate experience within the field of practice
  • This programme is for registered midwives, who wish to develop their skills to postgraduate level and to specialise in an area of particular interest, developing their clinical skills and theoretical understanding. Students will be registered with the NMC as a midwife and will be in current employment in a midwifery role

Level of English Required

IELTS at 6.5 or the equivalent

[Full information on our General English Language Requirements]

Contact Details

School of Health Studies Admissions Office
Email: soh-recruitment@bradford.ac.uk
Tel: 00 44 1274 236367
Web: www.brad.ac.uk/health


Download Prospectus

Health Studies Prospectus 2013 (PDF, 2MB)

Please note that these PDFs are correct as at time of print (2013). For the most up to date course information please use the web pages.

Please visit the School of Health Studies website for detailed course and module information.   

Contact Details

School of Health Studies Admissions Office
Email: soh-recruitment@bradford.ac.uk
Tel: 00 44 1274 236367
Web: www.bradford.ac.uk/health

 

Cognate Course

Yes