BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies (Dual Registration Learning Disability/Child)
Nursing care is delivered in a variety of contemporary health care settings. Registered nurses in any field of practice need to be prepared to meet the needs of patients, service users and carers, to a level expected by the public, to be able to respond to challenges and to meet the demand for care delivery in a modern and complex healthcare system.
This programme offers a unique opportunity for students to study care delivery within two fields of practice, Learning Disability and Child, and is structured to give you a range of theory and practice modules in both fields.
This is a new and innovative pathway and as a student nurse you will learn through a variety of methods. 50% of your experience will be clinical practice; strong links and integrated practice learning with local health and social care providers will allow you to put theory into practice and develop a wide range of skills.
|Duration:||4 years (full-time)|
|Tuition Fee:||£11,500 / year (intl. students)|
This broad variety of settings will allow for the widest possible experience, equipping you to provide person and family-centred care underpinned by relevant and contemporary knowledge.
This can enhance your career choices, opening the door to a wide range of existing and new career options in a wide variety of clinical areas both in the UK and globally.
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l couldn’t have asked for a better place to learn. Without a shadow of a doubt I owe my career to GCU. The opportunities I had as a student were second to none. Not just through the lectures and seminars but the high-quality equipment and facilities students have access to such as the television and radio studios.
Undergraduate student at GCU
- Values and Rights based Nursing practice
- Health Improvement
- Contemporary Health Care Delivery
- Introduction to Evidence Based Practice
- Working in interprofessional teams. Promoting personal outcomes for people with learning disabilities.