Health Assessment and Occasional

Health Assessment and Advanced Health Assessment
Our Health Assessment and Advanced Health Assessment programmes help you to develop advanced knowledge and assessment skills for your area of clinical practice. For more information on these programmes, please click on the links below.

Occasional/Standalone Modules
It is also possible to take some of our modules as standalone modules rather than committing to a full programme straight away. For example, some of our students take the core modules of some of our Graduate Diploma Programmes as standalone modules. If you wish to continue on to do one of our Clinical Graduate Diplomas afterwards, you can use the credit earned from these modules to apply for an exemption. We recommend that you discuss your options with us before you proceed as the core modules vary from programme to programme.

In order to register to a standalone module you will need to apply to UCD as an Occasional student. Instructions on how to apply can be found below. However, we would ask that you email graduate.nmhs@ucd.ie before proceeding. 

Click here to download instructions on how to apply as an Occasional Student