Master of Science in Nursing in Applied Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory PracticeThe aim of this programme is to support Registered Nurses to adhere to internationally recognised best practice guidance in Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory nursing care. We are now accepting applications for the September 2021 intake.
Discipline: Nursing Health Sciences and Social Care
NFQ Level: 9
Programme Duration: Two years
Mode of Study: Blended Learning
Application Route: Apply direct to GMIT
Entry Requirements: Details under "Essential Information" below
To be confirmed.
For many nurses working in the Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory, this will be an upskilling programme, providing contextual skills and competencies to build, promote and manage their patient cohort.
- Advancing Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory Practice
- Quality and Risk Management
- Fundamentals for Cardiovascular Nursing
- Procedural Sedation
- Applied Research: Theory
- Dissertation Module
This programme offers an excellent opportunity for registered nurses to move to the next stage of their career. It is expected that graduates of the programme will also be well positioned to take a leadership role in Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory nursing practice.
Graduates will benefit from enhanced leadership and management competencies and applied skills that will improve their employability and effectiveness as professionals. The proposed programme matches this objective, matching the needs of graduates in the Public and Private Healthcare Sector.
The entry requirement for undertaking the programme is an Honours Degree (H2.2) in General Nursing. Current registration on the appropriate division of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland live register. Candidates must be employed in a clinical area that is approved as an appropriate clinical learning environment by the programme board and satisfies the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland Requirements and Standards for nurse applicants. Candidates must also remain in this employment for the duration of the programme.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) will be in line with GMIT Academic Code of Practice number 6. Candidates who do not meet the minimum requirements can apply through the RPL process. GMIT. Please contact them on: Admissions@gmit.ie
This programme is due to commence in September 2021.
Cosing date for receipt of completed applications is 5pm on Friday, 14th May 2021.
How to Apply
Prior to applying expressions of interest should go to Noreen Kilkenny.
Apply through our Online Admissions System, https://apply.gmit.ie , using application type 6M.
This user guide contains step by step instructions on how to create and submit an online application
Three face to face days will take place at the Mayo campus – dates to be confirmed.
Overview of the Programme Delivery
Programme Delivery details. (PDF 109KB)
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