Study MSc Advancing Integrated Care Practice at the University of Salford. Apply now

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The MSc in Advancing Integrated Care has been designed to provide a progressive pathway of master’s level study for those working in health, social care or in the voluntary, community and faith sector with an interest in Integrated Care.

The programme will support you to lead integrated services that improve the quality of care and enhance outcomes for people, professionals, organisations, and the wider community.

The course is divided in two pathways: Practitioner and Leadership. They are jointly taught and followed by a specialist pathway module taught in the last trimester. This approach enables the learning environment to reflect an integrated approach, support interprofessional learning, and challenge traditional silo professional thinking. The practitioner pathway also allows you to take on the non-medical prescribing module, which, upon successful completion, will enable you to add an annotation to your professional registration as an independent prescriber.

On successful completion of this programme, you will have the opportunity to progress into a career as a  highly skilled integrated practitioner and leader in integrated care in a range of setting across the health and social care system and beyond.

Find out more about the course, its entry requirements, and career pathways by visiting our website.

Funding and Scholarships

Find out more about the fees and funding available to postgraduate students at the University of Salford here.

Who is eligible to apply?

UK, EU and Non-EU applicants

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