• For Entry: September | January
  • Duration: 42 months
  • School: Nursing & Health Sciences
  • Study Mode: Blended learning

This course is suitable for all healthcare professionals working in or towards an advance practice role.

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This course will underpin theoretical knowledge and clinical skills. It will enable you to practice autonomously, to assess, diagnose and manage undiagnosed, undifferentiated and complex clinical presentations, in an evidence based, safe, effective and person-centred way.

You will develop your knowledge and skills in advanced practice, by undertaking a range of modules based on the four pillars of Advanced Practice:

  • Clinical Practice
  • Facilitation of Learning
  • Leadership and Evidence
  • Research and Development

There are two intakes per year (September and January), and the course is delivered on a modular basis over three and half years. You will undertake four taught modules that will expand your thinking and expertise in current and clinically focused topics. After completing these four modules you will progress to your dissertation and you will be allocated a supervisor.  The NMP module is accredited by the Nursing and Midwifery Council and the Health and Care Professions Council.

All teaching staff who will be involved in delivering this course hold a postgraduate education qualification or fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.

I would highly recommend this course to any nurse wishing to extend their clinical role. I was well supported by a medical supervisor who really stretched my clinical thinking and allowed my to apply the theory to practice. Having a greater depth of clinical knowledge helps in daily conversations I have with patients and their relatives when discussing clinical diagnosis, investigations or disease management plan options.

Margaret Swankie
Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)

The University of Dundee has been given a Gold award – the highest possible rating – in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).

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How you will be taught

The course is mainly delivered online using the University of Dundee virtual learning environment, My Dundee and may include:

  • pre-course reading and activities
  • problem based scenarios
  • online discussion boards
  • self-directed learning
  • individual reflection

You will be required to attend face to face sessions covering:

  • clinical examination skills

How you will be assessed

This course is assessed using a variety of traditional and innovative approaches. Depending on module choice you may be assessed by:

  • practice based learning portfolio
  • Objective Structured Clinical examination (OSCE)
  • examination
  • essay
  • assessed online activities-discussion boards
  • research proposal, practice based project or evidence base systematic review

What you will study

Module choices vary according to clinical background:

Core module

SCQF Level: 11 (Masters Degree)
SCQF Credits: 40      ECTS : 20
Total Student Effort: 400 hours
The module is expected to be delivered once per academic year, in January

Target audience

This module is highly suitable for practitioners who are currently, or in the process of developing/ advancing their practice in independent systematic patient assessments/ clinical examinations. This includes developing/ advancing a range of skills such as consultation, history taking and clinical examination skills and initiating and/or conducting investigations to ensure patients receive a timely referral to the appropriate personnel and to facilitate a more timely diagnosis.

Mode of Delivery

This is a core module within the MSc Advanced Practice and is delivered mainly face to face with supplementary online work that will support your development. 

  • work-based learning
  • face to face tutorials
  • clinical skills sessions
  • some e-learning and some directed, and self-directed open learning units via My Dundee

There are approximately 14 taught sessions in class/clinical skills centre, over the course of the module. Work-based learning in your area of practice. You will be supported and supervised by a delegated Practice Assessor(s) in agreement with their manager.

You will be required to work independently online on the School’s virtual learning environment – MyDundee. You will also have the opportunity to attend face to face classes in either City or Kirkcaldy campus.

You will be supported by the course team and University services including the Library, Academic Skills Centre and the University’s Information Technology department.

Module Aims

The module aims to equip practitioners to advanced knowledge and skills in practice/clinical area competence, across the four pillars of advanced practice – clinical, leadership, education and research.

Module Overview

The module aims to advance your knowledge and understanding, transferable, employability and enterprise skills by you:

  • demonstrating competence in advanced holistic, person centred multi- element systematic assessment, across the lifespan.
  • critically analysing decision making skills and the application of clinical reasoning to formulate appropriate differential diagnoses based on the synthesis of assessment findings. 
  • gaining subject specific practical and intellectual skills by critically appraising clinical reasoning in requesting, interpreting and evaluating diagnostic tests and investigations whilst working collaboratively within the multidisciplinary team.
  • critically examining complex clinical decision making skills in formulating an action plan for the evidence based treatment and evaluation of the patient.
  • applying a critical awareness of clinical governance, accountability and the ethical, legal and professional issues relating to advanced practice in a context of complexity, uncertainty and varying levels of risk.

Assessment Strategy

Three specific assessment approaches will be used to assess the module learning outcomes at SCQF level 11:

1.Written examination

2. Practice based learning portfolio which demonstrates:

  • achievement of NHS Scotland ANP  competences - confirmed by the practice assessor
  • completion of 10 patient logs 
  • 2000 word reflective account addressing the learning outcomes of module

3. Objective structured clinical examination ( OSCE) demonstrating skill in history taking and physical examination

Module eligibility requirements

  • educated to relevant first degree level or equivalent
  • students are required to have access to a computer with broadband internet access
  • students must be working in a clinical area where they can develop their skills and knowledge and complete the required competencies. Agreement from the student's manager and a clinical supervisor(s) is required prior to commencement of the module

Module Contact information

For further information, please contact the School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Telephone: +44(0)1382 388534
Email: nursing-health-postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk

Plus choose one of 3 core modules

This module  cannot be taken as a stand-alone module.  However, we have a 30 credit module with this content which is available in September (PN50124).

This module is one of 3 option modules at 20 credits on our Advanced Practice programme. Students choose one of the 3 modules after completing module PN50150 'Advanced Clinical Assessment and Decision making' (40 credits).

SCQF Level: 11 (Masters Degree)
SCQF Credits: 20  (10 ECTS)
Total student effort: 200 hours

Available May

Target Audience

Healthcare professionals working in a relevant area of practice regarding the assessment and care of patients who are acutely or critically ill.

Mode of Delivery

This module will be delivered through online distance learning. Some optional face to face tutorials/workshops will be available at the main campus in Dundee. The learning materials will be available to all students online via My Dundee. Some of these will also be recorded. The tutorials/workshops include topics such as assessment of acutely/critically ill adults, arterial blood gas analysis, rhythm & ECG interpretation and shock and sepsis. You will access all study materials and discussion boards through My Dundee, and whilst the module is running, tutor support is given on an as-required basis through email, discussion boards, telephone and other interactive methods.

Module Aims

To develop knowledge and skills that will enable you to work at an advanced practice level, in the assessment, care and management of acutely/critically ill adults. 

Module Overview

In this module the intended learning outcomes are:

  • demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the relevant physiology and pathophysiology of acute medical and surgical conditions and emergencies
  • demonstrate the ability to critically evaluate the evidence related to the assessment, clinical investigations and management of acutely/critically ill adults
  • demonstrate the ability to apply advanced knowledge of the relevant physiology and pathophysiology underlying the assessment, clinical investigations and management of acutely/critically ill adults
  • critically apply and demonstrate effective decision-making, clinical judgement, and problem-solving skills to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate therapeutic interventions – autonomously or in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team, as appropriate, and deal with new, complex problems as they arise
  • critically appraise and demonstrate effective teamwork and communication strategies necessary for ensuring safe, effective, person-centred care

Assessment Strategy

There are two parts to the assessment in this module:

  1. A critical discussion, related to a relevant clinical area of the student’s acute/critical care practice. This should include (last 250-300 words) critical reflection on the student’s learning and how it will influence future practice. (80%  of mark)
  2. Compulsory participation in an on-line discussion board, set in the context of a clinical, acute/critical care scenario, requiring the student to demonstrate achievement of learning outcomes, linked to the acute care ANP competencies (NES 2018). (20% of mark)

Module eligibility requirements

Students should be a registered healthcare professional, for example, nurse, midwife or paramedic, and have a 1st degree or equivalent.

Module Contact

For further information, please contact the School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Telephone: +44(0)1382 388534
Email: nursing-health-postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk

This module is one of 3 option modules at 20 credits. Students choose one of the 3 modules after completing module PN50150 ‘Advanced Clinical Assessment and Decision making’ (40 credits). This module cannot be taken as a stand-alone module.

Level 11 (Masters Degree)
SCQF 20 Credits  (10 ECTS)
200 student hours

Available May 2020

Target Audience

This module  is a standalone module OR the module is one of 3 option modules at 20 credits in our Advanced Practice programme. You can choose one of these 3 modules after completing module PN50150 'Advanced Clinical Assessment and Decision making' (40 credits).

Mode of Delivery

This is a blended learning module. There is a strong emphasis on interaction throughout the module (online and face-to-face activities). A range of different approaches will be adopted according to your needs and the module. These include: lectures, problem-based learning, group work and a flipped classroom approach. The virtual learning environment, MyDundee,will be used to support learning and generate discussion through use of discussion boards. Self-directed learning will be supported through use of a weekly learning guide developed by the module team to facilitate interaction and reflection with their mentor on the application of theory to practice.

Module Aims

To equip health practitioners with mental health knowledge and skills to operate at an advanced level in mental health settings.

Module Overview

This is a contemporary module delivered by University of Dundee and Abertay University, which will develop advanced clinical mental health assessment skills to enable you to manage care at an advanced level in mental health settings.

You will discover and analyse different frameworks for assessment and analyse and contrast different concepts of mental health and explanatory models. You will be able to critically apply mental health assessment skills to provide evidenced based care, make informed choices with appropriate differential diagnosis and deal with complex ethical, legal and professional issues.

The module is designed specifically to develop essential pathophysiology knowledge and the management of mental health deterioration. There will be a strong emphasis on interaction throughout the module, and self-directed learning will be supported to facilitate reflection on the application of theory to practice and person centred working.

You will have a practice assessor who will supervise, support and assess competencies alongside their overall development in practice.

The module is:

  • delivered by award winning and experienced academic and practice based staff from two Universities
  • clinically focussed to develop clinical knowledge and expertise in autonomous decision making

Assessment Strategy

There are two specific assessment approaches used to assess the module learning outcomes:

  1. Practice based learning portfolio (70% of marks), which demonstrates:
    1. Achievement of NHS Scotland ANP competencies confirmed by the practice assessor
    2. Completion of 4 patient logs 
  2. A 2000 word essay demonstrating achievement of the learning outcomes (30% of marks)

Module eligibility requirements

  • You should be a registered health professional, for example, nurse, midwife or paramedic and have a 1st degree or equivalent.
  • You must have a practice assessor prior to undertaking the module.
  • The advanced mental health assessment module must be taken in conjunction with the advanced clinical assessment and decision making module.

Module Contact

For further information, please contact the School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Telephone: +44(0)1382 388534
Email: nursing-health-postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk

This module  is a standalone module OR the module is one of 3 option modules at 20 credits in our Advanced Practice programme. You choose one of the 3 modules after completing module PN50150 'Advanced Clinical Assessment and Decision making' (40 credits).

Level 11 (Masters Degree)
SCQF 20 Credits (10 ECTS)

Available May

Target Audience

This module  is a standalone module OR the module is one of 3 option modules at 20 credits in our Advanced Practice programme. You can choose one of these 3 modules after completing module PN50150 'Advanced Clinical Assessment and Decision making' (40 credits).

Mode of Delivery

The module is delivered mainly face to face with supplementary online work that will support your development on the module. 

You will further develop holistic assessment skills and specific diagnostic tests and investigations and will be supported to manage clinical presentations based on these skills and develop your clinical reasoning and decision-making skills.

You will be required to work independently online on the School’s virtual learning environment – MyDundee. You will also have the opportunity to attend face to face classes in either City or Kirkcaldy campus.

You will be supported by the course team and University services including the Library, Academic Skills Centre and the University’s Information Technology department.

Module Aims

In conjunction with the Advanced Clinical Assessment and Decision making module, to prepare the practitioner to manage the complete clinical care of their patients in primary/community care.

Module Overview

The module is designed to equip you with underpinning knowledge and skills to autonomously manage presenting complaints and undifferentiated and undiagnosed clinical presentations in primary/community care, where you will be managing the complete clinical care of patients in these areas. This module will prepare you to develop a critical and reflective approach to your practice in primary/community care settings and is relevant to registered healthcare professionals working in these areas.

Assessment Strategy

There are two specific assessment approaches used to assess the module learning outcomes:

  1. Practice based learning portfolio (70% of marks), which demonstrates:
    1. Achievement of NHS Scotland ANP competencies confirmed by the practice assessor
    2. Completion of 4 patient logs 
  2. A 2000 word essay demonstrating achievement of the learning outcomes (30% of marks)

Module eligibility requirements

You should be a registered healthcare professional, for example, nurse, midwife or paramedic, and have a first degree or equivalent.

You must have a practice assessor prior to undertaking the module.

Module Contact

For further information, please contact the School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Telephone: +44(0)1382 388534
Email: nursing-health-postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk

PGDip and MSc

SCQF Level: 11 (Masters level)
SCQF Credits: 30
Total student effort: 300 hours

Available: September and January

Mode of delivery (19/20)

There are 26 days of theoretical content delivered over one semester. University attendance is required for 9 days (face to face) and the remaining 17 days of directed and self-directed learning using MyDundee Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).

In addition, you are required to log 78 hours (12 days) of learning in practice to achieve prescribing competencies. Confirmed by Designated Medical Practitioner (DMP) who requires to be a doctor or dentist.

Module aims

To prepare nurses, midwives and specialist/community nurses, physiotherapists, podiatrists, therapeutic radiographers and paramedics to prescribe safely, appropriately, and cost effectively as independent and supplementary prescribers. And dieticians to prescribe safely, appropriately, and cost effectively as supplementary prescribers.  

Module overview

This includes:

  • consultation, decision-making and therapy including referral
  • influences on and psychology of prescribing
  • prescribing in a team context / prescribing in the public health context
  • clinical pharmacology including the effects of co-morbidity
  • evidence-based practice and clinical governance in relation to non- medical prescribing
  • legal, policy and ethical aspects / professional accountability and responsibility

Assessment Strategy

  • learning in practice portfolio demonstrating achievement of NMC/HCPC prescribing competencies confirmed by Designated Medical Practitioner (DMP) and this includes completion of 78 hours (12 days) learning in practice log.
  • systematic and detailed examination of practice (SDEP)– assessment of consultation skills by the DMP
  • pharmacology examination (80% pass mark).
  • successful confirmation of numeracy test (100% pass mark)

Module requirements

  • must meet NMC/HCPC requirements
  • evidence of 1st degree or equivalent
  • evidence of 3 years post-registration
  • evidence of 1 year in current post
  • confirmation of sufficient explanation re competence in history taking, assessment. diagnosis and the ability to apply prescribing principles
  • appropriate Designated Medical Practitioner (completed)
  • sufficient evidence of recent study (appropriate to area of practice): please including academic and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) evidence 
  • satisfactory references
  • statement of support from employer
  • access to computer

Additional module requirements for Non-NHS applicants

  • name and address of independent clinic/practice
  • evidence of Health Improvement Scotland (HIS) registration
  • evidence and outcome of any previous HIS audits completed
  • appropriate Designated Medical Practitioner (including contact details in order to confirm suitability prior to application being successful).
  • satisfactory references (1 professional and 1 academic)
  • statement of support from employer/owner and application subject to satisfactory audit which will include:
    • self-declaration of good practice
    • specialist indemnity insurance that covers specific area of practice (must include malpractice insurance
    • details of emergency kit
    • infection control including waste disposal
    • complaints procedure
    • storage of drugs
    • information sheets for clients
    • consent forms
    • evidence of regular audit/business effects and review of clinical services "on the specification of prescribing and administering and dispensing it remains the case that these activities be separated wherever possible and only undertaken by the same person in unavoidable circumstances” NMC 2018

Module contact

For further information, please contact the School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Telephone: +44(0)1382 388534
Email: nursing-health-postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk

SCQF Level:11 (Masters level)
SCQF Credits: 30   (15E CTS)
Total student effort: 300 hours

Available September & January

Mode of Delivery

The module is delivered online via My Dundee with supervisory support on a one-to-one basis. The module discussion boards will provide an opportunity for students to share information with each other as well as receive support from the module team; Supervisory support will be in the form of online discussion, email, Adobe Pro Connect and/or telephone.

Module Aims

This module aims to develop your knowledge and confidence in finding, appraising and applying evidence to practice. It also aims to support you to develop the knowledge and skills to critically analyse each step of the research process and to debate the potential for research to influence practice.

Module Overview

This module is intended to provide you with fundamental understanding of evidence-based practice and research, enabling you to examine how these concepts can be used to advance professional practice.

  • Overview of the concepts of evidence-based practice, research utilization and research
  • Critical appraisal and synthesis of evidence
  • Overview of key research traditions and approaches (quantitative and qualitative and evidence reviews)
  • Key stages of the research process
  • Data generation using a range of methods (observational and experimental studies; pre-existing documents or data sets; interviews; focus groups)
  • Introduction to statistics and statistical analysis
  • Introduction to qualitative data analysis and thematic coding

Assessment Strategy

There are two assessment for this module:

Part 1 (50% of mark): A 90 minute online exam will assess understanding of the research process, approaches to research, data generation, data analysis and research terminology.

Part 2 (50% of mark): A 2000 word essay, you will critically explore the rationale for the use of research evidence in evidence-based practice. You will be expected to demonstrate robust evaluation and synthesis of a range of research approaches, by choosing and critiquing an element of the research process.

Module eligibility requirements

Educated to relevant first degree level or equivalent. Students are required to have access to a computer with broadband internet access.

Module Contact

For further information, please contact the School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Telephone: +44(0)1382 388534
Email: nursing-health-postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk

Dissertation for MSc

This is the MSc Dissertation module.

SCQF Level: 11 (Masters level)

SCQF Credits: 60

Total student effort: 600 hours

Available September, February, June

Target Audience

This programme is targeted at professionals who work in health and social care who wish to extend their knowledge and understanding of research methodologies in relation to their own setting.

Mode of Delivery

This module is delivered online through My Dundee (the University virtual learning environment). Anyone with access to the internet and basic IT skills will be able to use My Dundee. You will also have the opportunity to link with your fellow students using customised discussion boards on My Dundee. You will also have a dissertation supervisor appointed.

Module Aim(s)

This module aims to enable you to develop knowledge and understanding of research or work-based project methodology. It will support you to develop critical thinking, and enable you to utilise and apply a methodology within your own area of interest or practice.

Module Overview

The dissertation involves

  • formulating an appropriate research project in conjunction with your supervisor
  • choosing and applying a method of enquiry and carrying out the research
  • relating the work to existing knowledge on the topic
  • producing a dissertation to specifications provided by the University

Assessment Strategy

The summative module assessment takes the form of a 12,000-word Dissertation, related to an area of professional practice and to the MSc Award.

The dissertation is staged into two parts. 

  • Part 1: Will be submitted three months after the start of the dissertation for formative feedback. 
  • Part 2: will be completed over the following six months with further advice and optional feedback. 

The final submission will include both part one and part two.

There are three options to choose from:

Option 1: Extensive Research Proposal Project

You will review the literature and prepare a research proposal

  • Part 1: identify a relevant professional issue, review and identify a gap in the literature
  • Part 2: using the findings of the literature review, identify a research question and prepare an extensive research proposal

Option 2: Evidence Review Project

You will plan and carry out an evidence review project

  • Part 1: identify a relevant professional issue and prepare a protocol for an evidence review
  • Part 2: using the protocol, carry out the planned project

Option 3: Work-based Project

You will plan and carry out a work-based project using a suitable approach such as quality improvement, change management or service evaluation methods.

  • Part 1: identify a relevant professional issue, review the literature and prepare a plan for a work-based project
  • Part 2: undertake the work-based project and prepare a critical reflective report incorporating a folder of evidence (from the project undertaken)

Module Requirements

You will require to have completed all relevant modules for your MSc programme prior to progressing to dissertation.

Module contact

For further information, please contact the School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Telephone: +44(0)1382 388534
Email: nursing-health-postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk

On completion of this course you will have developed the knowledge and skills to enable you to develop as a leader in a changing healthcare landscape.

This unique course also facilitates the development of graduate, lifelong learning skills (such as critical reflection, critical thinking, problem-solving and the use of evidence-based practice) to enhance your professional and academic skills.

This will maximise the opportunities for your career development and progression to Advanced Practitioner. 

Healthcare professionals from a range of disciplines will be eligible to undertake the programme. Some of the modules in the programme require students to be working in a clinical area where they can develop their skills and knowledge to complete the required competencies.
You'll normally need to have a degree or equivalent and work in a health or social care related area. We operate a flexible Recognition for Prior Learning (RPL) system by which students who do not have a degree may be eligible for entry. We recognise that students applying for this course may have acquired significant learning from previous educational and life/work experience. We can offer potential students the opportunity of having such learning assessed for credit. This credit would go towards your application for this course.

 EU and International qualifications


English Language Requirement

IELTS Overall 6.5
Listening 6.0
Reading 6.0
Writing 6.0
Speaking 6.0

 Equivalent grades from other test providers

 

English Language Programmes

We offer Pre-Sessional and Foundation Programme(s) throughout the year. These are designed to prepare you for university study in the UK when you have not yet met the language requirements for direct entry onto a degree programme.

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Home fees 2019-20
Non EU fees 2019-20
15 credit module £605 15 credit module £1,410
20 credit module £805 20 credit module £1,890
30 credit module £1,210 30 credit module £2,835
SCQF Level 9, 30 credit module (Non-Medical Prescribing) £1,040 SCQF Level 9, 30 credit module (Non-Medical Prescribing) n/a
SCQF Level 9, 30 credit module (Return to Practice) £1,500 SCQF Level 9, 30 credit module (Return to Practice) n/a
SCQF Level 11, 30 credit module (Non-Medical Prescribing) £1,410 SCQF Level 11, 30 credit module (Non-Medical Prescribing) n/a
40 credit module £1,615 40 credit module £3,780
60 credit module £2,420  60 credit module £5,670
Academic Recognition £500 Academic Recognition n/a
Total programme (180 credits) £7,300  Total programme (180 credits)  £17,275

 

Home fees 2020-21
Non EU fees 2020-21
10 credit module £425 10 credit module £1,010
15 credit module £640 15 credit module £1,515
20 credit module £850 20 credit module £2,020
30 credit module £1,275 30 credit module £3,030
SCQF Level 9, 30 credit module (Non-Medical Prescribing) £1,480 SCQF Level 9, 30 credit module (Non-Medical Prescribing) n/a
SCQF Level 9, 30 credit module (Return to Practice) £1,500 SCQF Level 9, 30 credit module (Return to Practice) n/a
40 credit module £1,700 40 credit module £4,040
50 credit module £2,125 50 credit module £5,050
60 credit module £2,550  60 credit module £6,050
120 credit module £5,100 120 credit module £12,100
Academic Recognition £525 Academic Recognition n/a
Total programme (180 credits) £7,650  Total programme (180 credits)  £18,150

 

Additional costs

You may incur additional costs in the course of your education at the University over and above tuition fees in an academic year.

Examples of additional costs:

One off costOngoing costIncidental cost
Graduation feeStudio feeField trips

*these are examples only and are not exhaustive.

Additional costs:

  • may be mandatory or optional expenses
  • may be one off, ongoing or incidental charges and certain costs may be payable annually for each year of your programme of study
  • vary depending on your programme of study
  • are payable by you and are non-refundable and non-transferable

Unfortunately, failure to pay additional costs may result in limitations on your student experience.

For additional costs specific to your course please speak to our Enquiry Team.

Fees are charged on a per module basis. In many cases they can be paid in full or by instalments.

Your employer may be willing to cover all or part of these fees as part of a staff development programme 

Recognition for Prior Experiential Learning

£100
Recognition for Prior Credited Learning £100 per 10 credits

All prices are subject to an annual review. 

You apply for this course via the UCAS Postgraduate website which is free of charge. You can check the progress of your application online and you can also make multiple applications.

You'll need to upload relevant documents as part of your application. Please read the how to apply page before you apply to find out about what you'll need.

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Course Contact

Colette Henderson
Nursing and Health Sciences
nursing-health-postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk
+44 (0)1382 388534

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