Online MSc Nursing and Healthcare Quality Improvement

University College Cork
  • University College Cork

€ 12,898 - (Rs 9,39,300)
VAT incl.

Important information

  • Master
  • Online
  • Duration:
    19 Months
  • When:
    January 2017

To help you develop as a leader and innovator, you’ll work closely with a dedicated specialist supervisor while focusing on one of our five recognised research areas: Maternal & Child Health; Health & Life Experiences During Cancer; Chronic Illness Management or End of Life Healthcare. The programme includes quantitative and qualitative research methods to enhance your nursing skills, which you can effectively put into practice anywhere.

Important information
What are the course objectives?

Globally, there is a severe shortage of nurses with leadership skills and advanced knowledge. If you are looking to transform your career and improve the quality of patient care, an online MSc Nursing and Healthcare Quality Improvement programme will help you realise your goals, wherever you want to go.

Is this course for me?

For registered nurses looking to develop your skills and further your career.

Requirements: Applicants must have a bachelors degree and be a registered nurse.

You must have one of the following qualification levels to take this course: Bachelor's Degree, Professional Diploma, Masters , Doctoral Degree (PhD)


Where and when

Starts Location

What you'll learn on the course

Quality Policy
Quality management
Occupational Health Safety
Safety Management
Product Quality
Quality Monitoring
Health and Safety
Occupational Health
Healthcare Quality Improvement

Course programme


After completing the programme you will be able to:

·        Adopt the use of professional electronic portfolio as a mode of lifelong learning

·        Enhance nursing practice and healthcare delivery through continuous quality improvement initiatives and innovation

·        Execute proficiency at advancing patient/client safety in clinical practice and at organisational level

·        Actively engage in collaborative research to enhance nursing and healthcare quality improvements in practice

·        Promote the disciplinary knowledge of nursing through application of theory to practice and identification of clinical questions for research

·        Assume clinical leadership roles that influence quality improvement in practice and organisational change