Postgraduate nursing education

Nursing educationMSc in cardiorespiratory nursing 

(Two years part-time)

The MSc in cardiorespiratory nursing is a well-established and popular master’s degree programme aimed at current and potential nurse leaders in the field.

The taught content intends to establish and build knowledge of clinical practice and provide students with the potential to develop a career in nursing. The programme covers research and dissemination, as well as management and practical aspects. A work-related dissertation is worked on throughout the two years and students are also offered the opportunity to carry out research projects in healthcare organisations. 

Learning objectives include:

  • developing the skills to become clinical nursing agenda leaders within cardiorespiratory nursing
  • acting as role models in advanced cardiorespiratory nursing practice
  • being able to collect, analyse and interpret information, and applying this to research and dissemination
  • gaining practical patient-based skills related to cardio-respiratory nursing
  • understanding how an evidence-based approach to care delivery is important within a multidisciplinary team
  • being prepared and qualified to carry out PhD studies.

For more information, email Marina Nicholas.

Learn more about the MSc in cardiorespiratory nursing for non-Royal Brompton and Harefield staff (PDF, 86KB)