Mental Health Practice MSc/PGDip/PGCert
- Enw: Mental Health Practice
- Cymhwyster: MSc/PGDip/PGCert
- Hyd: 1 year full time, 3 years part time
Mental health is an area of practice that all professionals will come across in their working lives and may be required to develop quality interventions in their own areas of professional practice. Mental health affects all ages and cultures and requires skilful and knowledgeable interventions to foster recovery.
Poor mental health is a leading cause of DALYs (Disability Adjusted Life Years) or years lost to illness, according to the World Health Organisation.
Mental health practice has been taught within Nursing and Social Work at the School of Health Sciences for many years and has expanded more recently into more specialised areas such as Dementia Care and Children and Adolescent's Mental Health care. We have our own inter-professional Centre for Mental Health and Society that focuses upon current local and global research topics.
Candidates from the local health board are able to study this course part time for up to 3 years. For more information please contact Marjorie Ghisoni – email@example.com.
Rhoddir cynnwys y cwrs ar gyfer arweiniad yn unig a gall newid.
Your will study a variety of topics related to core skills and quality improvement in mental health practice including communication skills, therapeutic interventions, diagnostic criteria, formulation, care coordination, law and ethics, inter-professional working, research methods, risk management and leadership.
The main aims of the MSc in Mental Health Practice are to critically examine the determinants of mental health and to advance the knowledge and skills of students who are working in or studying in mental health practice, locally and internationally.
Upon completion of this programme students will be able to manage complex situations in a variety of professional environments and develop innovative approaches to mental health practice. Students will also be able to show originality and sound judgement by developing an in-depth knowledge of policies, law and evidence based literature and be able to synthesise the literature into a narrative account of current, up to date, and evidence based mental health practice.
Teaching, Learning and Assessment
This programme offers a flexible learning approach for practitioners including the NHS Independent & third sector organisations ,the police, social work, nursing, probation and education etc. You will be encouraged to develop work-based skills in presenting information and critically analysing practice using up to date evidence-based literature. You will be assessed using a variety of methods including assignments, presentations, online discussion and community or work-based learning. A dissertation is required at the end of the programme outlining recent study and or research in an area of practice within your chosen field.
International students and students with experience in mental health practice are also welcome to apply.
Modiwlau y flwyddyn yma
Rhoddir rhestr modiwlau ar gyfer arweiniad yn unig a gall newid. Gweld y modiwlau mae ein myfyrwyr yn astudio ar tudalen Modiwlau Mental Health Practice.
- Relevant Undergraduate Bachelor Degree at least 2:2 (or equivalent from a recognised institution).
- Evidence of experience in practice and interview.
- English language standard – we ask for an IELTS score of 6.0 with no individual score less than 5.5.
This does not apply to all prospective candidates; please ask for advice, as your Bachelor degree may be sufficient to meet this requirement
The School will consider working professionals with non-graduate qualifications on an individual basis
Early applications for admission to the programme are encouraged. Applications should be made using Bangor University’s online application system but informal enquiries are welcome.
Need help applying?
If you have any questions about entry requirements, how to apply or the course you are interested in please do not hesitate to contact Marjorie Ghisoni on +44 (0)1248 383139 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.
Sut i wneud Cais
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Pryd i wneud cais
Bydd y Brifysgol yn derbyn ceisiadau drwy gydol y flwyddyn ond byddwn yn gyffredinol yn eich annog i anfon eich cais cyn diwedd mis Mehefin. Mae hyn yn rhoi cyfle i chi wneud trefniadau ariannol a/neu lety ac i chi fedru cael gafael ar drawsgrifiadau a geirda os nad ydych wedi eu hanfon gyda’r cais gwreiddiol.
Students who complete level 7 study on this programme can apply for and become more involved in managerial positions within their organisations by demonstrating their ability to manage complex situations and develop innovate ideas in their own areas of practice.
Mental health and illness affects all areas of all organisations, from the individual customer or client to the whole workforce. People who are skilled and knowledgeable in mental health practice will have the confidence to address the needs of the client or workforce in a capable and evidence-based approach which, will greatly increase the likelihood of a successful outcome for all.
Please visit our course fees page to see fees for overseas students.
Cysylltu â ni
If you have additional questions about academic aspects of the course, please e-mail: Marjorie Ghisoni
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