Are you interested in providing a vital, caring service to women and the community during the life-changing event of childbirth? Have you got good observation and communication skills? Do you like applying your learning in practice? Are you willing to learn, practise and take on the responsibilities in providing skilled midwifery care? If so, then this course might suit you.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Intellectual Disability) (LM154)
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If you are an individual who enjoys working with people who seek to understand how humanistic, legalistic, psychological and sociological factors, which impact health and wellbeing of people with intellectual disability and their families, and respond accordingly, then this programme may be for you.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Mental Health) (LM152)
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Are you interested in working with people who are experiencing mental health problems and helping them towards recovery? Are you interested in caring for people? Do you have good communication skills and enjoy working as part of a team? Are you willing to learn, practise and take on the responsibilities of providing skilled mental health nursing care? If so, then this course might suit you.
The course is designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to become confident, analytical, and reflective practitioners who are able to make maximum use of resources, including research, in their day-to-day practice. The overall aim of the programme is to facilitate the development of an individual who is able to practice nursing, based on sound knowledge and understanding of factors affecting the health and wellbeing of those who require care. This knowledge will be acquired through the study of nursing, biological sciences, social sciences, and related disciplines.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Studies (International Students)
The BSc Nursing studies programme is a level 8, one calendar year full time programme, which is suitable for international students who have a current nurse registration and meet the programme entry requirements. The theory based programme builds upon students’ previous knowledge and experience and offers a more global perspective on nursing. The programme aims to provide a student-centred learning environment, whereby students develop communication and effective study skills, a capacity to think creatively and critically and opportunities for both personal and professional development.