The MSc by Research (Nursing) offers education and development for all those interested in developing research skills in the field of Nursing.
|Name||MSc by Research (Nursing)|
|Mode of study||1 Year Full-time OR 2-3 Years Part-time|
|Programme leader||Dr Sheila Rodgers|
It aims to provide students with an advanced understanding of research design, data collection and data analysis issues in nursing. The programme enables students to develop their understanding of debates about research, evidence and practice in relation to nursing and related practices.
The programme is designed for qualified practitioners and for graduates (or equivalent) interested in research in the field. The distinctive features of this degree include:
The MSc by Research (Nursing) is a postgraduate degree designed to provide research training in Nursing. It consists of the following elements:
The degree may be taken as a free-standing MSc or as a foundation for PhD studies. Candidates must complete a programme of research training courses and submit a dissertation on an approved topic.
Please ensure you have read the entrance requirements for this programme and are confident of meeting the criteria before applying online.
The Florence Nightingale Foundation invites applications for the 2013 Research, Travel and Leadership Scholarships. These scholarships provide a fantastic chance to engage in nursing and midwifery research activity, and provide up to £5000 in funding.
The Burdett Bursaries programme will make bursary awards of up to £5,000 to nurses, midwives and allied health professionals who wish to undertake post-graduate study. Applicants must read the programme guidance material carefully and applications must be submitted via the online application form.
Please note that this programme operates two closing dates: 31st October and 31st March each year.
The next cohort of the Early Clinical Career Fellowships for Nurses and Modwives will start in early 2014 for fellowships commencing in August 2014.
Information about the recruitment process for the next cohort will be posted in the NES website.
Please feel free to contact the programme director if you have any further questions:
This article was published on May 22, 2013