The vast majority of people at some time in their life will meet a registered nurse from the adult field. The course is designed to help you understand the wide and varied needs of clients and their families.
It has been specifically designed to give you a solid grounding in the theoretical and professional skills that are needed in modern nursing today in order for graduates to be able to deliver high-quality evidence-based care. Graduating successfully from the course will enable you to apply for registration with the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC).
Working with, and caring for, the wide variety of client groups requires a range of specialist knowledge and the course is designed so that you develop the core skills and competencies needed. You also develop lifelong learning skills alongside other core transferable skills such as clinical decision making, team working, problem solving and communication.
The entry requirements for this course are: 104 - 120 tariff points from 3 A-Levels or equivalent qualifications. BTEC Extended Diploma of DMM. Offers will be subject and grade specific, particularly in the science subjects.
If English is not your first language, you will need to provide evidence that you can understand English to a satisfactory level. English language requirements for this course are normally:
IELTS (Academic) 6.0 with minimum 5.5 in each component, or equivalent.
Our School of Health and Social Care courses aim to help to make peoples’ lives better through excellence in education, practice development and research. By imbedding values of humanisation into our courses and research our graduates have the theoretical knowledge, skills and compassion to support individuals in challenging life situations.
The BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing course is part of the School of Health and Social Care Nursing Framework which offers BSc (Hons) Children and Young People’s Nursing and BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing courses. Within the first year some units are common to all courses in the Nursing Framework with shared lectures. Our approach to interprofessional education means that throughout the course students will take part in shared workshops, lectures and learning events with other students on health related courses.
Year One - Level C
Fundamental Communication Skills
Anatomy and Physiology during the lifespan
Personal and Professional Development
My Health and Wellbeing through the lifespan
Exploring Adult Nursing
Identifying Knowledge for Practice
Year Two - Level I
Exploring Evidence to Guide Practice
Care of Clients with Acute and Long Term Conditions
Promoting Health and Wellbeing Throughout the Lifespan
Humanizing Nursing Care
Developing Knowledge for Practice
Year Three - Level H
Service Improvement Project
Reviewing the Literature to Inform Practice
Evaluating Knowledge for Practice
Our graduate destination survey reveals that 95% of graduates are in work or in work / studying within 6 months of graduation. 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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