Nursing is about caring for and caring about people. Our students develop their ability to deliver value based and person centred nursing care using a humanising care approach that respects equality, diversity and dignity. You will graduate as a compassionate, accountable and safe practitioner able to think critically and deliver high quality holistic care that is safe, effective and evidence based.
Throughout the course you will develop your knowledge and understanding of the art and science of adult nursing. Communication and team working are key in health and social care and you will develop a range of interpersonal skills that enable you to work effectively with a wide diversity of clients and within complex settings.
Applicants will normally have a 2:1 degree or equivalent international degree level qualification.
Year 1 / Level C – Level I
Exploring Adult Nursing (20 credits – level C)
Fundamental Communication Skills (20 credits – level C)
Identifying Knowledge for Practice (20 credits – level C)
My Health and Wellbeing through the Lifespan (20 credits - level C)
Becoming a professional (20 credits – level I)
Year 2 / Level I – Level M
Developing knowledge for practice (20 credits - Level I)
Therapeutic communication in adult nursing (20 credits - Level I)
Care of Clients with acute & long term conditions (20 credits – Level I)
Promoting health and working in partnership (20 credits - Level M)
Challenges to Humanising nursing care (20 credits - Level M)
Principles of Enquiry and Evidence Based practice in health and social care (20 credits - Level M)
Year 3 / Level H – Level M
Evaluating knowledge for practice (20 credits - Level H)
Service Improvement Project (20 credits - Level H)
Managing complex conditions (20 credits - Level H)
Advanced Principles of Enquiry and Evidence Based practice in health and social care (20 credits - Level M)
Developing the Professional role (20 credits - Level M)
Public Health Perspectives (20 credits - Level M)
Our graduates seek work in a wide range of different employment settings such as the NHS (both Hospital and Community) and the Private / Independent Health care sector (Nursing Homes and Private Hospitals). Career progression may ultimately lead to graduates becoming:
Advanced nurse practitioner
Further study in Higher Education.
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