The Graduate Diploma, Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Occupational Health) programme focuses on the principles underpinning specialist occupational health practice, practice leadership and practice development. On completion of this programme students will have developed a significant range of new knowledge and understanding and also the skills needed for contemporary occupational health practice.
In practice these specialist practitioners are frequently faced with unpredictable and complex situations which often require enhanced problem solving skills sometimes in the absence of incomplete information. In many cases students will be able to respond to these challenges autonomously, demonstrating initiative, professional accountability and safe practice.
You must be registered as a nurse or midwife on either parts 1 or 2 of the NMC professional register.
You can be admitted to our course if you can evidence successful completion of your pre-registration nursing education course and if you have applied for NMC registration.
Distance and Flexible learning
School of Health and Life Sciences