Working with and caring for children and young people requires specialist knowledge and skills because their needs vary according to age, growth and stage of development. The needs of children, young people and their families are not only related to the science of nursing (the theory) but also to the art (practice and caring) of nursing.
Throughout this course you will 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.
Applicants will normally have a 2:1 degree or equivalent international degree level qualification
Year 1 / Level C – Level I
Identifying knowledge for practice (20 – level C)
Underpinning children’s and young people’s nursing through social science (20 – level C)
Anatomy & Physiology during the lifespan (20 – level C)
Fundamental communication skills (20 – level C)
Theoretical principles of children’s and young people’s nursing (20 – level C)
Becoming a Professional (20 – level I)
Year 2 / Level I – Level M
Developing knowledge for practice (20 - Level I)
Application of communication in Children’s and Young People’s nursing (20 - Level I)
Acute illness in childhood & adolescence (20 – Level I)
Long term conditions of childhood (20 - Level M)
Enhancing children’s and young people’s health in the community (20 - Level M)
Principles of Enquiry and evidence based practice in health and social care (20 - Level M)
Year 3 / Level H – Level M
Evaluating knowledge for practice (20 - Level H)
Service Improvement Project (20 - Level H)
Managing emergency care in children’s and young people’s nursing (20 - Level H)
Advanced principles of enquiry and evidence based practice in health and social care (20 - Level M)
Becoming a Registered Nurse (Child) (20 - Level M)
Public Health Perspectives (20 - Level M)
As a graduate, you may wish to work as a registered nurse within NHS or Primary Care Trusts or within the private sector. Career progression may lead to:
Advanced nurse practitioner
Further study in Higher Education.
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