University of Essex
This course leads to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and an associated academic award. The programme aims: to provide a comprehensive teaching environment that facilitates the development of safe and effective adult nurses; to develop the capacity in students to work autonomously in contemporary health settings and within associated legislation; to enable students to demonstrate client-centred communication and interpersonal skills when working with people in distress; to assist students to value theoretical understanding and practice evidence based decision making in adult nursing; to instil reasoned comprehension of professional values and the role of reflection in continuous professional growth as an adult nurse; and to develop within the students the capacity to lead, manage and work within multi-professional team.
2.2 degree in relevant subject; satisfactory criminal records bureau check; occupational health checks; excellent communcation and interpersonal skills; IELTS 7.0.
Stage 1: nursing skills module (a); applied biosciences; care of the person who lacks capacity; foundations in nursing practice; interprofessional working and practising; public health and primary care; research in health care. Stage 2: nursing skills module (b); care of the person with acute needs; care of the person with ongoing needs; health policy and integrated governance; leadership and preparation; nursing skills module (c); research activity.
Applicants learn nursing skills firstly in the clinical skills laboratories on campus; then out working alongside nurses as they practice and perfect their skills.
Subject to residency, some fees are paid by the Workforce Development Confederation; students are eligible for a means-tested NHS bursary.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Colchester Campus||Colchester||CO4 3SQ||South East|
Graduate Administrator, School of Health and Human Sciences