Continuing Professional Development
The School of Nursing and Midwifery at Queen’s is here to help you with developing your career every step of the way. Whether you want to take a short course to improve your specialism, or whether you’re looking for a Masters or Doctorate programme to help you attain those leadership positions, we can help.
We offer a wide selection of learning options. They are divided up into easy to manage modules and short courses, so you can choose which parts you need to do first and tailor your learning to suit your career.
Many registered nurses and midwives can access these programmes through their employer – ask your line manager how to get involved.
We are offering, for a limited time, a selection of Level 2 modules designed specifically for nurses who trained before September 1990. Click here for more information.
BSc Midwifery Studies
Applications are now open for our BSc Midwifery Studies in 2017.
At the closing date, candidates must be on Part 1 (Adult) of the NMC Register and working for a minimum of 6 months in practice. These are the minimum entry criteria and may be increased at shortlisting.
Shortlisted applicants, who are called to interview, will be expected to speak knowledgeably about 2-3 current health or social care issues and what those issues might mean for the health sector or Women. Candidates will also be required to undergo an occupational health assessment and a criminal history check as part of the selection process.
How to apply:
Please click here to download the application form. Completed forms and references must be returned to email@example.com by 4pm on Wednesday 26th April 2017, or by post to:
The Registry Department
The School of Nursing and Midwifery
Queen’s University, Belfast
Medical Biology Centre
97 Lisburn Road