BSc Clinical Nursing

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  • Objectives
    * A programme designed to support continuing professional development for nurses working in a variety of settings and roles in the fields of adult, children or learning disability nursing. * It is particularly attractive to those who have recently qualified at diploma level and wish to ‘top-up’ their diploma nursing qualification to degree level. * It may also be relevant to those experienced nurses who wish to enhance their skills and knowledge in a variety of subjects rather than specialise in just one. * At its heart, the programme aims to develop intellectual and practice skills in order to enhance your performance as a nurse and therefore improve the effectiveness of care you give to patients.
  • Entry requirements
    The university requires you to have at least 2 A Levels (or equivalent) to begin an Honours Undergraduate Degree Programme or at least one for a Foundation Degree. The entry requirements for undergraduate degrees are given generally in UCAS Tariff Points.
  • Academic title
    BSc Clinical Nursing
  • Course description
    BSc Clinical Nursing

    Year 1

    -Management and leadership to enhance nursing practice
    -Research Methods in Health Care

    -Anticoagulation for Health Care Professionals
    -Bio-Physical Health Surveillance for People With Learning Disabilities
    -Cancer: Understanding the Challenges
    -Evidence Based Care in Clinical Practice A
    -Health Facilitation for People With Learning Disabilities - Strategic Approaches
    -Honours Degree Project
    -Infection Control Practice
    -Inter-professional and Interagency Working
    -Legal and Ethical Issues in Professional Practice
    -Managing Acute Respiratory Disorders
    -Managing Chronic Pulmonary Disease
    -Pain Management
    -Physiology Based Assessment of the Acutely Ill Child
    -Practice Development in the care of acutely ill children
    -Practice Development in the long term and complex care of children
    -Preparation for Mentorship
    -Principles of Diabetes Care
    -Psychosocial End of Life Care
    -Supporting Experiences of Loss and Bereavement

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