30.05.2018

Methods of studying young children

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Course Summary We also offer pathways in Mental Health Nursing and Adult Nursing. Children and young people’s nurses work in a variety of settings dealing with 0 to 18-year-olds as well as providing support, advice and methods of studying young children for parents, close relatives and carers. You will learn about maximising health for children and young people in a hospital and community setting. When attending the University you will be welcomed into a relaxed and friendly environment in which to learn.

A wealth of facilities are available to you including formal teaching, group and one-to-one sessions, a comfortable and enriching learning space, and state-of-the-art clinical set ups with child,  infant  and adult simulators. NHS and independent sector, where you will spend time in a well-supported environment, working alongside qualified nurse mentors. In the third year you will have the opportunity to go on an international placement to experience care outside of the UK for example, in Sweden or Germany. On successful completion of this course you will have a recognised degree qualification that leads to registration as a qualified nurse, with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.

During my course I got involved in the Erasmus project, which gave me the opportunity to spend several months in Spain. As a student nurse I wanted to observe the similarities and differences of care in both countries to understand the evidence base behind the care delivered to children. Within a few weeks of spending time in practice and reflecting on this, it became quite clear that things were done a lot differently. Course Details This course is delivered over three semesters per year.

Throughout this course theory and practice are integrated into each module. Course Structure Year 1You will acquire the essential knowledge, skills and professional attitudes needed to meet the needs of the users, carers and significant others. You will develop knowledge of concepts of health, public health and health promotion including an awareness of factors affecting health within a diverse and multi-cultural society. Year 2You will apply essential knowledge, skills and the professional attitudes needed to deliver and promote holistic care of mental and physical health across the life span by analysing decision-making, problem solving and prioritising skills in nursing practice. Year 3You will prepare for the transition from student nurse to qualified professional nurse both professionally and autonomously in order to manage yourself and others effectively.

This module will enable the student to explore theories of health and public health agenda, explore the underpinning theories, skills and values inherent within nursing practice and enable the student to examine health beliefs and the relationship between nursing, health, public health and health promotion to individuals, communities and populations. This module will enable students to explore the essential nursing knowledge, skills, and professional values needed to deliver and promote the holistic care of individuals and families across the life course. This module will allow students to identify the essential knowledge, skills and professional attitudes and values needed to demonstrate safe, basic person centred care under supervision, in accordance with the NMC Code and generic and field specific NMC standards and competencies for progression point 1. This module enables the student to recognise and participate in the management of an acute patient episode within various settings covering all fields of practice. It also allows the student to assess and interpret clinical data that will contribute to informed decision making for an acutely unwell patient within any care environment.