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BSc Health and Social Care

This part time Higher Education programme is validated by Manchester Metropolitan University and delivered locally at Keyll Darree by the Health and Social Care Teaching Team.

The programme is centred on developing lifelong learning in support of professional practice and person development planning. The programme will allow professionals to continually review their practices in relation to demographic need, policy creation and where necessary, implement change. 

Past students include nurses (from acute care, continuing care, hospice, community, prison, adult and paediatric services), paramedics, social workers, police officers, counsellors amongst others. Currently, staff from the Isle of Man Government have their course fees paid by their department once they have their manager’s support to study.

If you are at the stage of thinking about applying, you are required to arrange an Informal Information Interview by contacting the Programme Leader/Deputy Programme Leader to discuss the various entry criteria specified in the programme specification.

Core unitsNumber of credits
Critical Appraisal in Practice 20
Leading evidence based change in practice 40
Option units
Advanced Communication Skills in Psychological Approaches 20
Applied Pathophysiology and Pharmacology 20
Exploration of Practice through a Negotiated Contract 20
Law and Ethics in Health and Social Care 20
Helping People live with Chronic Illness: Palliative and Terminal Care 20
Management of Pain 20
Negotiated Work Related Professional /Clinical Skills 20
Older Person-centred Approach in Practice 20
The Application of a Cognitive Behavioural Approach within Professional Practice 20
The Reflective Practitioner in Health Care 20
Clinical Supervision for Health and Social Care Professionals 20
Assessment and Management of Minor Illness 30
Assessment and Management of Minor Injuries 30

Support is available for students of all academic levels and experience through the Study Advice Service (, so even if you haven’t studied for several years we can support you through your study.

For further information, or to arrange a meeting please contact:

Mick Fleming Programme Leader

Telephone:+44 1624 642928

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