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  • BSc (Honours) Specialist Practice – District Nursing

    This course is for registered nurses looking to develop their skills in district nursing. Your studies enable you to develop a critical, innovative and reflective approach to address the health care needs of individuals, families, carers, groups and communities. You study full-time and go on placement with one of our healthcare organisation partners. You must have sponsorship (employment) with a health care provider for the duration of the course.

    • 44 Weeks
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • BSc (Honours) Nursing (Learning Disability) and Social Work

    Let our expert lecturers, practice partners and users of services transform you into a competent and compassionate health and social care professional.

    • 3 Years
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • Return to practice (nursing and health visiting)

    If you are a nurse or health visitor whose Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) registration has lapsed and you would like to renew your registration with the aim of returning to practice, this course is designed for you. You may also choose this course if you have maintained your registration, but have been out of clinical practice for a period of time and would like to return to practice.

    • 25 Days
    • Short course / Part-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • BSc (Honours) Specialist Community Public Health Nursing – Health Visiting/School Nursing

    This is an opportunity to develop your professional nursing practice, building on what you already possess. Successfully completing this course qualifies you as a registered specialist in either health visiting or school nursing and enables you to take up a variety of community nursing positions working at an individual, family and community level: Working with children and families with a particular focus on the 0-19 years’ agenda. The skills experience and knowledge you gain enables you to improve your career prospects. You can take on specialist role in health visiting or school nursing, advanced practice and a variety of new roles.

    • 52 Weeks
    • Part-time / Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • BSc (Honours) Midwifery

    Provide essential support, care and advice for people on one of the most important days of their life.

    • 3 Years
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • BSc (Honours) Perioperative Practice (top up)

    This degree is for registered healthcare practitioners and matches the current BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice programme. It offers the opportunity to gain education and training in enhanced perioperative and critical care clinical skills, mentorship, service evaluation, research and academic writing, and will provide practitioners with the enhanced skills necessary to facilitate career development and improve patient care.

    • Part-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • MSc/PgDip/PgCert Prostate Cancer Care

    Study a unique course supported by Prostate Cancer UK and designed for healthcare practitioners working in or towards a specialist role caring for those affected by prostate cancer. During your studies you gain an in-depth knowledge of the management of the disease, develop your advanced communication skills, reflect on your role as an ambassador for your patients, and develop ideas for service improvement within your practice and workplace.

    • 3 Years
    • Distance learning
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  • MSc/PgDip/PgCert Supportive and Palliative Care

    This master's programme is aimed at all health care professionals working in the field of supportive and palliative care, whether generalist or specialist, whatever the clinical setting. It enables you to give vital treatment and support patients with life-limiting illnesses to achieve the best quality of life. This flexible course is offered via Distance Learning to allow you to tailor your learning to your needs and area of practice. Students can access the full master's programme or exit at Certificate (PgCert End of Life Care) or Diploma levels. Individual modules may be accessed as stand-alone modules for CPD. Recognition of prior certificated learning will be considered.

    • 3 Years
    • Distance learning
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  • MSc Nursing (Child)

    Qualify to become a children's nurse in two years instead of three with this masters course. You spend 50% of your course on placement, with the support of the University and an experienced nurse mentor. Graduates are eligible to apply for registration to the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a qualified nurse. Experience and further education can lead to you becoming a clinical nurse specialist and an expert in your chosen area. You can also move into more senior management roles, such as a ward manager or modern matron. Starting salaries are likely to be NHS band 5.

    • 2 Years
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • PgCert Acute and Critical Care of the Child

    This course equips you with the knowledge and skills to assess and manage the acute and critically ill child through supportive, evidence-based care that is sensitive to the psycho-social needs of children, young people and their families. It incorporates a systematic approach to the assessment and recognition of the acutely ill child. The course is delivered through both blended and distance learning, with a requirement equal to 7.5 hours a week study time, with additional self-directed learning expected.

    • 12 Months
    • Distance learning / Part-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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