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Dissertation Level 7 module

£1,545.00

This Dissertation Level 7 module, validated by the University of Hertfordshire, supports a student to creatively and innovatively translate evidence to generate alternative approaches and/or solutions within practice via the development of an original empirical enquiry or a practice improvement project.

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Study TypeSupported distance learning
DurationOne academic year
LevelLevel 7 (postgraduate)
Start DateVarious

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This module is typically taken as the final module on our Masters programme, click here to read more about our Programme and to contact our Programmes team to discuss dates.

This Dissertation Level 7 module, validated by the University of Hertfordshire, supports a student to creatively and innovatively translate evidence to generate alternative approaches and/or solutions within practice via the development of an original empirical enquiry or a practice improvement project. The evidence will be drawn from a Literature Review completed as part of the Research Module.

The module enables a student to choose the subject and approach to their dissertation which must be related to an aspect of respiratory practice. Based upon negotiation and discussion, students will be guided to choose an area which could potentially promote or improve service, treatment or practice.

Assessment Method: 8,000 word (or equivalent) negotiated piece of scholarly work relating to a subject of student choice

No. of Credits: 45 at Level 7

Accrediting Institution: University of Hertfordshire

Course code: 7FHH1166

eLearning requirements: click to view

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You need to purchase a Level 7 Learning Licence (45 credits) which you can then allocate to your learner/s.

I want to book my practice nurse onto a Dissertation Level 7 module – what should I do?

If you are buying for someone else then for your example, you should purchase a Level 7 Learning Licence (45 credits):
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I need to buy for at least ten people.

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Booking for modules at this level closes 30 days before the start date, to allow time to organise academic registration.

To ensure you have the correct qualifications stipulated by the University to commence the Level 7 module, once your application is received, a member of our education team will contact you within 5 working days.

This course is accredited by the University of Hertfordshire. After purchasing your place from Education for Health, your course information will include the requirement to register for the activity with the University of Hertfordshire before the start date. Failure to do this will result in you not being able to start the course. In this instance our normal Terms & Conditions will apply.

The university registration end date is set at 6 weeks before the start date of the module. Late applications can still be processed and will be considered on an individual basis. Please be aware that applications received less than 6 weeks before the start date of the module may result in a slight delay in accessing online learning materials. If you have any queries regarding the above please contact the programme administrator [email protected]

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