Worldwide Online Master's Degree Programs (letter C)

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The graduate program in clinical laboratory sciences leads to the Master of Science degree. The program emphasizes the multidisciplinary nature of the laboratory sciences, encourages research that crosses traditional laboratory disciplines, and promotes innovative thinking.
This course is designed for practicing clinicians in leadership roles in health services. It will provide access to knowledge on health systems and policy, leadership skills, legal, ethical and clinical governance issues, interpreting data and evaluating evidence. At Masters level, the course consists mainly of a supervised workplace based project.
The MSc in the Clinical Management of Pain at The University of Edinburgh programme provides advanced pain management education for graduates in medicine, dentistry, nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychology and other disciplines involved in pain management
Become a clinical leader with a broad perspective on patient care and hospital management equipped to face the exciting global challenges of clinical leadership in 21st century health care. The growing international recognition and demand for doctors with generalist expertise who can provide effective and coordinated inter-professional patient care across specialist disciplines, prompted the University of Newcastle to introduce the Master of Clinical Medicine (Leadership and Management).
The Clinical Mental Health Counseling concentration qualifies graduates to obtain the Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA) license which is the first post-graduation step in obtaining full licensure as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in Kentucky.
Prepare for a career as a professional counselor with Walden University‘s CACREP-accredited MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Examine a range of topics related to the counseling field, including assessment, legal and ethical concerns, and intervention and prepare to help individuals and groups with family, mental health, career, and educational issues.
Prepare for a career as a professional counselor with Walden University‘s CACREP-accredited MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Examine a range of topics related to the counseling field, including assessment, legal and ethical concerns, and intervention and prepare to help individuals and groups with family, mental health, career, and educational issues.
Prepare for a career as a professional counselor with Walden University‘s CACREP-accredited MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Examine a range of topics related to the counseling field, including assessment, legal and ethical concerns, and intervention and prepare to help individuals and groups with family, mental health, career, and educational issues.
Prepare for a career as a professional counselor with Walden University‘s CACREP-accredited MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Examine a range of topics related to the counseling field, including assessment, legal and ethical concerns, and intervention and prepare to help individuals and groups with family, mental health, career, and educational issues.
Prepare for a career as a professional counselor with Walden University‘s CACREP-accredited MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Examine a range of topics related to the counseling field, including assessment, legal and ethical concerns, and intervention and prepare to help individuals and groups with family, mental health, career, and educational issues.
Prepare for a career as a professional counselor with Walden University‘s CACREP-accredited MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Examine a range of topics related to the counseling field, including assessment, legal and ethical concerns, and intervention and prepare to help individuals and groups with family, mental health, career, and educational issues.
This programme is designed to support trainees/specialists in preparation for FRCPath Part 1/Diploma in Infection, Infection Specialty end of training assessments and hospital-based practice.
The Master of Clinical Midwifery is a three-year (i.e. six semester) part-time course offered statewide and interstate of which the first two years comprise the Graduate Diploma of Midwifery. Applicants entering at the third level of the program i.e. directly into the two Master's level units must have completed a Graduate Diploma or equivalent.
The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program features more than 15 specialty tracks, including a variety of nurse practitioner options, clinical nurse leader, nurse anesthesia, nursing education, nursing informatics, and nursing and health systems administration.
The Clinical Nurse Leader or CNL is an evolving nursing role developed by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) in collaboration with leaders from the education and practice arenas. AACN is advancing the CNL as a clinical expert focused upon improving the quality of patient care and helping professional nurses to thrive in the health care system. The CNL role has demonstrated effectiveness in improving outcomes, elevating current evidence-based practice and enhancing quality.
Expand your nursing expertise in adult or child health with the Johns Hopkins Clinical Nurse Specialist master‘s program. You‘ll build competencies in clinical theory and research-based nursing practice, and you‘ll put your new skills to use delivering direct patient care, organizing resources while controlling costs, and educating nurses to improve healthcare delivery systems.
Take your nursing career further with Charles Sturt University‘s Master of Clinical Nursing (Nurse Practitioner). Nurse Practitioners contribute significantly to the care of our communities by providing care as a primary provider as well as working collaboratively across the health system.
The Master of Clinical Nursing is a three-year (i.e. six semester) part-time course of which two semesters are made up of the Graduate Certificate in Nursing (level 1) and two semesters are made up of the Graduate Diploma of Nursing (level 2). Applicants entering at the third level of the program i.e. directly into the two Master's level units, must have completed a Graduate Diploma or equivalent.
The Master of Clinical Nursing from the Australian Catholic University aims to advance the knowledge and skills in research and inquiry of Registered Nurses to position them for engagement in practice improvement in diverse health care settings, leading to enhancement of quality and safety in patient care.
The MSCN is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence through an individualized advanced-level, clinically focused graduate degree program. The program instills an appreciation of lifelong learning, professional leadership, and service. It prepares graduates with the advanced knowledge, expanded skills, and intellectual maturity necessary to become progressive, innovative and inter-professional practitioners and leaders in the dynamic health care environment.