The course aims to enable you to acquire the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to become a competent practitioner in the field of adult nursing. You will be able to learn to care for adults in a variety of settings from the community to high dependency areas.
The diversity and scope of adult nursing practice is extremely wide and offers many exciting career pathways and opportunities. Our adult nursing course will prepare you to take your place in this dynamic and fast moving sphere.
Children's nursing students learn to recognise the influence that environmental, social, cultural and developmental factors have on the child's health. You will learn to combine these with the recognition that child-rearing practices vary and that children have individual needs.
Through this course you will gain the skills to meet the challenges of nursing and health services in international developments. This course will also improve your global employability in health and social care settings.
You will learn to work in partnership with mental health users and as a member of a multidisciplinary team. In this way, you enable clinical practice to reflect the diversity of the belief systems and cultural expectations of people, who use mental health services. One of the aims of being a mental health nurse is to enhance and promote efficient...
Suitable for: Suitable for anyone who is looking for a new Career in Dental.
Successful completion of this course offers students an alternative route into the nursing profession and the opportunity to train for other health-related occupations such as Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy. Nursing training takes place locally through Anglia Ruskin University. SEEVIC College ACCESS students have been successful in gaining...
This course is suitable for those interested in a career in nursing or other health related occupations. You will study a range of units covering Biosciences and Health Sciences. Assessment will be through a range of techniques which may include assignments and examinations.
By the end of the course you will be able to manage ill and injured babies and children. Suitable for: This course is aimed at those responsible for looking after babies and children.
The course covers how to move objects safely, so that Manual Handling risks are reduced. Suitable for: It is recommended that all employers consider training in moving and handling as part of each new employee's induction.
To deliver a working understanding of wound care management and tissue viability for healthcare professionals. Suitable for: Registered General Nurses (RGN)/ Staff Nurses Healthcare Assistants (HCA) Nursing Homes Nurses Nursing Home Staff Agency Nursing Staff Acute Treatment Sector: District Nursing, General Practice
Understand normal lung anatomy and physiology in relation to lung volume. Understand pathology in relation to lung volume. Recognise which conditions will respond to physiotherapy and why. Demonstrate ability to reason/ im. Suitable for: PT / OT / Nurses
An understanding of normal respiratory physiology/ patho-phlysiology in relation to AD. An understanding of the AD theory, physiology, and evidence base. An understanding of the basic teaching principles for AD when treating those with chronic lung disease, particularly cystic fibrosis and bronchiectasis. An opportunity to practise AD in workshops...
Review of evidence for the value of ward-based activity programmes. Planning a balanced programme of activities. Engaging in-patients in activity. Managing a range of abilities and interests. Suggestions for suitable activities. Practicalities: storage of materials, safety, cost, staffing. Working with support staff and others. Suitable for: Anyone
The aim of the course is to enable experienced midwives to develop the skills of independent thinking required for advanced midwifery practice. Suitable for: Midwives who are passionate about their practice and wish to develop their knowledge and skills to an advanced level.
The course builds on experience and knowledge gained as a registered nurse and enables you to become a registered midwife who at the point of qualification is fit for autonomous practice. Suitable for: Registered nurses.
The main aims of this course are to: Develop safe, competent midwives, capable of working both as valuable team members and as team leaders. Develop dynamic and flexible healthcare practitioners, able to respond innovatively to evolving practices. Support the development of the skills and confidence to make a significant contribution to the health...
The aim of the course is to enable experienced midwives to develop the skills of independent thinking required for Advanced Midwifery Practice. Suitable for: Midwives who are passionate about their practice and wish to develop their knowledge and skills to an advanced level.
Successful completion of this course offers students an alternative route into the midwifery profession. Midwifery training takes place locally at Anglia Ruskin University, although you can also study at Greenwich University. It is essential that you have a GCSE in Maths, or equivalent, and this is built into the course. The compulsory specialist...
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