School of Nursing and Midwifery College of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences Midwifery: Advanced Practice Midwifery NEW for 2021
PROGRAMMES AVAILABLE: MSc Advanced Practice Midwifery DURATION: 2 years, part-time NUMBER OF PLACES: 30 FEES AND FUNDING: Fees information and funding opportunities: pages 286 and 288. WHEN TO APPLY: NUI Galway does not set a deadline for receipt of applications (with some exceptions). Offers will be issued on a continuous basis. Candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible. See page 284 for full details of when and how to apply.
Your Course The aims of the programme are to enable experienced registered midwives to develop advanced clinical midwifery knowledge and critical thinking skills to provide optimum care and improved clinical outcomes for women and their babies through higher levels of critical analysis, problem solving and senior clinical decision- making as a lead healthcare professional who is accountable and responsible for their own practice. Career Opportunities Graduates will be autonomous practitioners, who are clinically competent and skilled in the delivery of high-quality, direct care to a specific client group. The Advanced Midwife Practitioner will provide care for mothers, babies and their families in all settings during a very special time, in collaboration with other healthcare professionals, according to agreed scope of practice guidelines. Graduates, equipped with such knowledge and advanced skills will be eligible to apply to the Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) for registration as a Registered Advanced Midwife Practitioner (RAMP). Minimum Entry Requirements • Applicants must have a minimum of an honours primary degree in Midwifery, and hold a current active registration on the professional register maintained by NMBI; • Applicants must provide evidence of support from an employer and completed Site Declaration Forms, signed by the Director of Midwifery, containing confirmation of a clinical supervisor who will provide supervision, support and learning opportunities, including opportunities to practice under supervision to gain the required competencies and clinical competence; • Applicants must comply with current minimum entry requirements for admission to the programme of education for nurse/midwife prescribing, and must have three years’ recent post-registration clinical experience in nursing/midwifery (this must be within the past five years) with the equivalent of one year full-time experience in the specific area of clinical practice; • Applicants must provide nomination and confirmation of a clinical supervisor who will provide the student with supervision, support and opportunities including shadowing opportunities to gain the required competencies for medicinal prescribing in his/her practice area/organisation. FIND OUT MORE AT: www.nuigalway.ie/courses/taught-postgraduate-courses/ advanced-practice-midwifery.html
CONTACT Catherine Meagher T: + 353 91 492 829 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
3 GOOD REASONS TO STUDY THIS COURSE 1. Students who successfully complete this programme are eligible to apply to NMBI to register as an RAMP. 2. Advanced practice has been defined as ‘a continuum along which practitioners develop their professional knowledge, clinical reasoning, clinical judgement, skills, and behaviours to higher levels of capability that is recognisable’ (Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia 2014). 3. Registered Advanced Midwife Practitioners (RAMPs) work within an agreed scope of practice and meet established criteria set by NMBI to register as an RAMP.
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