How your course will be delivered

We understand that you may have questions about how your course will be delivered in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. We've summarised the main points for some of our courses below.

MSc Advanced Leadership for Professional Practice/MSc Specialist Practice (Cancer)

Watch Sam Freeman, Director of Postgraduate Education in the Division of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, talk about teaching and learning on the MSc Advanced Leadership for Professional Practice (Nursing) and MSc Specialist Practice (Cancer) courses.

Loading

MA Social Work

Watch Dr Patricia Cartney, Programme Director for the MA Social Work, talk about arrangements for teaching and learning on the MA Social Work Programme.

If you have any questions, you can contact her by emailing patricia.cartney@manchester.ac.uk.

Loading

MSc/PGDip Primary Mental Health Care Pathway

We look forward to meeting and working with you on our online training programme in the Division of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work to become a qualified Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner. 

We have developed a range of online learning materials and activities which we hope you will find engaging and stimulating. 

Although we won’t see you physically in the classroom, we will see you regularly via live online virtual classroom sessions designed to complement our resources for learning and enable you to develop the required skills for clinical practice. 

Unless there is a significant change to the current COVID-19 restrictions, we anticipate that your full training will be delivered online.

There will be areas of the campus that are open and accessible to you such as the Learning Commons and the Library – but please check the service status first, as the situation is likely to keep changing.

If you have any questions about your time with us, please contact your programme director by emailing t.bradshaw@manchester.ac.uk or email the pathway lead at anna.pruszynska@manchester.ac.uk.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Thank you for undertaking your continued professional development with us in the Division of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work at Manchester. 

Due to COVID, we have had to make some changes to our CPD delivery. The CPD sessions we are delivering in Semester 1 will now be delivered in an online format.

As we won't be seeing you in physical classrooms this semester, we would encourage you to be really active in live online virtual classroom sessions, meetings, discussion boards and tutorials.

Some of the units you might have seen on our general website have been moved to Semester 2 when we hope – COVID restrictions permitting – that we may be in a situation where these can be delivered on campus.

There will be areas of the campus that are open and accessible to you, such as the Learning Commons and the Library – but please check the service status first as the situation is likely to keep changing.

If you have any questions about your time with us, please contact your programme director or unit lead.

MSc Advanced Clinical Practice Paediatrics

Welcome to the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice Paediatrics course in the Division of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work at Manchester. 

Due to COVID, we have had to make some changes to how you experience your programme at the moment.

The teaching sessions for your first two units in Semester 1 will now be delivered in an online format.

As we won't be seeing you in physical classrooms this semester, we would encourage you to be really active in live online virtual classroom sessions, meetings, discussion boards and tutorials.

We intend for the semester 2 unit to include face-to-face aspects on campus in line with the delivery of clinical assessment and diagnostics – COVID restrictions permitting.

There will be areas of the campus that are open and accessible to you such as the Learning Commons and the Library – but please check the service status first as the situation is likely to keep changing.

If you have any questions about your time with us, please contact your programme director Jane Hughes by emailing jane.m.hughes@manchester.ac.uk, or contact the unit leads Dianne Burns (LIPP) or Helen Hardy (Advanced Clinical Assessment and Diagnostics).