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Sheffield Hallam University

Title: MSc Advanced Clinical Practice in Musculoskeletal Management

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Eligible for Associate membership at the commencement of the course. Eligible for Membership of the MACP upon successful completion of the MSc (180 credits).

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Dr Sionnadgh McLean, Faculty of Health and Wellbeing, Collegiate Crescent Campus, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield S10 2BP


Tel: 0114 225 2271

Website: MSc Advanced Clinical Practice

MSc Advanced Clinical Practice in Musculoskeletal Management

The MSc ACP MM programme is a broad and flexible course in which it is possible to study a variety of different fields of physiotherapy. It is also suitable for those pursuing a career as an Advanced Clinical Practitioner. In order to qualify to apply for MACP membership, students must select the following modules from the programme: Musculoskeletal Management of the Upper Quadrant (MMUQ)(30 credits), Musculoskeletal Management of the Lower Quadrant (MMLQ)(30 credits), Mentored Clinical Practice in Musculoskeletal Management (MCP)(30 credits), Researching for Practice (15 credits) and the Dissertation (60 credits). To be awarded an MSc Advanced Clinical Practice in Musculoskeletal Management students will also need to complete a further 15 credit optional module.

MMUQ and MMLQ are core modules that encompass a broad range of musculoskeletal philosophies and aim to deepen theoretical understanding, in addition to further developing precision and sensitivity in han-dling, exercise prescription, improved clinical reasoning ability and understanding of complexity. They will facilitate independent thinking that challenge and explore key theories, conceptual approaches and philosophies relating to the management of musculoskeletal disorders. Innovation of patient management and the application of practical techniques will be encouraged. The MCP will facilitate the transfer of knowledge from theory into practice and will allow students to focus on individualized and tailored learning needs.


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