In partnership with the School of Health Sciences, University of Liverpool
This course is designed for registered nurses who are required to administer systemic anti-cancer treatment as part of their professional role to equip them with a critical understanding of the patient experience and their role as an empathic care provider. The development of service provision through use of critical appraisal and analysis to identify service improvement strategies and the clinical skills and knowledge to practice safely and effectively including clinical competencies in SACT administration.
The assessment components are designed to provide learners with advanced critical appraisal skills, the ability to critically reflect on their own learning journey and use critical analysis to evaluate their own chemotherapy service development along with achievement of evidence based clinical competencies in SACT Administration.
This course is aimed at Registered Nurses working in a service that delivers Systemic Anti-Cancer Treatment (SACT) who are required to administer SACT as part of their role, wish to study at Masters level and have an interest in service development. There are theory and practice components to the course and the practice components are flexible depending on the level of SACT administration experience. This course can be taken as CPD or as part of the MSc Cancer Care Programme pathway.
See dates and apply
15 week module commencing January or September
6 contact days and 75 hours of clinical placement
Submission of assessed work due on week 15 of module.
Number of places:
£1150 (Subject to change)
Virtual online classroom hosted by The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre
E-mail us about this course:
Call us on: 0151 556 5790