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During your first year, you will be introduced to the requirements of becoming a registered nurse through studying and completing modules in professional practice and nursing practice. This combined with learning about physical and human science will prepare you for your first clinical placements which will be held in local NHS Trusts. Fifty percent of your time over the duration of the course will be in clinical practice under the supervision of registered practitioners, in a range of clinical settings in and out of hospital. A key aspect of our course is patient involvement and patient centred care, and you will have regular contact with our Patient, Carer and Public Involvement PCPI members throughout the course, who all have experience and expertise as patients or carers.
As a nurse, you will need to demonstrate compassionate and caring approaches to patients and interprofessional working in the healthcare workforce and the programme provides you with opportunities to learn and work alongside other students and staff from a range of disciplines, as part of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Erotic nursing the required skills for evidence-based practice. Build upon existing study skills required to meet the academic requirements of the course. Gain insight into engagement erotic nursing learning styles, teaching methods and the assessment process.
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Present work to a variety of audiences, for example; peers, academic erotic nursing, practice colleagues and Patient, Carer, Public Involvement PCPI participants. Learn through a systems-based approach to anatomy and physiology, psychology and microbiology using patient journeys as illustrations to enhance learning. Explore human health and wellbeing in the context of Public Health and symptoms of disease. Learn to communicate complex medical terminology to both colleagues and patients in an understandable manner through engagement in discussions of practice experiences with both peers and Patient Carer, Public Involvement PCPI participants.
Develop your understanding of the physiological processes, anatomical and cognitive structures of the human body beginning at a molecular and cellular level and culminating in a complete overview of organs and systems. Explore overarching themes in anatomy, physiology pathophysiology, and neurology supported by taught sessions that facilitate inquiry-based learning. Erotic nursing the core skills of nursing and take a holistic view of the individual focusing on health promotion, comprehensive assessment and the application of evidence-based practice.
Understand models of reflective practice to support learning and professional development while supporting the development of building effective relationships with clients and others involved in the provision of healthcare. Focus on three core elements that reflect the competence, professionalism and underpinning knowledge which characterise a high-quality nursing workforce which underpins the values base of the Nursing and Midwifery Council. Gain necessary psychomotor skills to perform the core and essential skills of nursing practice through interactive clinical skills sessions with PCPIs in our Living Lab and Mental Health and Wellbeing Suite.
Explore the consequences of error and negligence in a risk-free environment through considerable simulated experience. Apply theoretical components to clinical practice.
Study models of reflective practice together with an overview of interprofessional working. Gain experience and insight into lived patient experience. Some modules have prerequisites. about what this means in our Help and Advice article. Develop an understanding of the key issues related to healthcare practice informed by the best available evidence to support shared decision making.
Explore the nature of evidence available to inform practice and discuss sourcing the evidence for practice. Gain critical appraisal skills and debate how best available evidence can be integrated into healthcare practice and healthcare policy. Explore the nature of knowledge and how this underpins nursing and healthcare practice. Debate the ethical issues that underpin best practice including consent and risk management.
Use a range of research methods and explore their merits and appropriate use. Explore the nature of clinical judgment and research integration. Gain knowledge of major pathological and physiological changes in the human body, occurring as a result of common diseases, and disease processes. Explore the manifestations, impacts and interventions of illness and disease. Build on your foundational knowledge of physical and human sciences and explore altered pathological and physiological change. Use a range of teaching and learning strategies to explore the impact of these changes and define the implications for nursing practice.
Study co-morbidity and medico pharmaceutical treatments and modalities in order to enhance wellbeing and recovery, within the context of ethical and professional frameworks. Develop knowledge and the application of nursing practice interventions to provide evidence-based, safe, and compassionate physical and psychological care. Effectively assess, plan and implement care and demonstrate a range of nursing interventions. Develop skills and knowledge to formulate a nursing plan of care and undertake observations and clinical interventions with less direct supervision.
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Develop knowledge and understanding in self-awareness, improving healthcare and working with others. Gain an understanding of key leadership theories and models. Explore your application to healthcare and reflect on your personal strengths along with areas for development. Explore the role of service improvement techniques, approaches in service provision and development to improve healthcare, developing an understanding of clinical governance.
Consider roles and responsibilities of all professionals alongside the values of team work in interprofessional care. Explore carer and user perspectives in interprofessional care settings to illuminate personal experiences of interprofessional care. Explore the challenges of shared decision making in interprofessional practice through interactive workshop sessions. Study ethical issues in the context of interprofessional working to drive discussion and debate and gain insight into challenges faced from a variety of professional viewpoints. Study the impact of information technology, healthcare informatics and issues in transcultural healthcare provision.
Develop your knowledge and application of nursing to practice within a range of clinical settings. Study care provision across the human lifespan including the health and wellbeing continuum. Learn biological, psychological and sociological theory in the context of person-centred care. Focus on individuals with complex health needs with emphasis on the concept of co-morbidity and the implications for care this entails.
Explore pharmacological principles and concordance. Helen McArdle House is based on our City Campus and has benefited from multi-million pound investment in modern facilities in recent years. Many of our healthcare courses erotic nursing taught here, including Nursing, Paramedic Science, Medicine and Healthcare Sciences, and our School of Psychology is also based here. A lot of academic staff offices are based here, with an open-door policy in place.
The Living Lab boasts a unique immersive simulation room, that allows participants to experience a range of simulated scenarios erotic nursing a safe environment. The space is deed to make scenarios feel as close to reality as possible, to enable students to practice their clinical skills safely.
An adjacent debrief room allows groups to observe the scenario in the immersive suite through a live stream projected onto TV screens and provide peer feedback and group discussion following the completion of the scenario. The University boasts a collection of more thanbooks in total, with many more titles available through the inter-library loan service. There are nearly 9, journal titles, mostly in electronic format. As a student, you will have access to a huge range of online databases such as:. British National Formulary erotic nursing Compiled with the advice of clinical experts, the British National Formulary BNF provides up-to-date guidance on prescribing, dispensing and administering medicines.
The Cochrane Library : The Cochrane Library is a collection of databases that contain high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making. ScienceDirect : ScienceDirect is a leading full-text scientific database offering journal articles and book chapters covering physical sciences, life sciences, health sciences, and social sciences and humanities.
The Mental Health Ward is deed to feel like a real Mental Health Ward, with bedrooms, a day room, seclusion room and treatment room, and is suitable to run a range of mental health scenarios. There are a range of simulation manikins used across most of our healthcare courses, giving you the opportunity to apply your training in a realistic, yet safe, setting. SimMan and Apollo manikins can demonstrate realistic physiological behaviour, including blood pressure, a pulse, drug recognition technology in SimMan 3G and each model can be pre-programmed with various medical scenarios.
The Sciences Complex is based on our City Campus. It has benefited from multi-million pound investment in modern facilities in recent years and continues to develop as our health sciences erotic nursing grows. It is the central erotic nursing for many of our health and sciences courses and is made up of a variety of teaching and learning spaces, including labs, problem-based learning classrooms and facilities that encourage interprofessional learning.
Please contact the Student Admin team on studentadmin sunderland. Your completed application form will be reviewed by our Admissions Team to ensure that you have the required entry qualifications. If you meet these requirements, then your application will be individually assessed by the Adult Nursing Practice Admissions Tutor and if successful you will be shortlisted for interview. The selection process will include an individual interview and a group activity which will assess you on your values, problem solving and communication skills.
It may apply to applicants who wish to transfer their NMC approved nursing studies from another university where they have achieved credits at Level 4.
If you are interested in the APL route, please contact the admissions tutor for further information: Yvonne Hindmarsh at yvonne. Access We would be looking for a combination of merit and distinctions in your level 3 units which should preferably include some units in a Health or a Science related subject. We also require a minimum of grade C in maths and English language or equivalent.
If you have studied for a GCSE which has a numerical grade then erotic nursing will need to achieve a grade 4 or erotic nursing. Fitness to practise Medical assessments of your mental and physical health and disclosure of criminal convictions apply to all nursing courses and are based on current NMC requirements. Nurses are registered health care professionals and the ability to practise safely, effectively and professionally is essential, so all applicants are required to follow our fitness to practise procedures.
This means you are required to complete the following: A health declaration form. Here you must demonstrate that you are of good health, good character and can satisfactorily pass occupational health screening. The University will, taking into current NMC regulations, make any reasonable adjustments if required. A self-declaration form about your conduct. The cost of the DBS check is covered by the University. Instructions on how you complete these checks will be sent to you once erotic nursing hold a conditional firm offer with us.
These forms are then reviewed alongside your application, and you must meet both the academic and fitness to practise requirements before you will be given an unconditional offer. If you are successful, you will also need to complete an annual declaration form to confirm you are fit and there are no changes to your DBS. To be eligible for an interview, you must currently have attained an overall IELTS score of at least 7 with 6. Is your qualification not displaying here? For international qualifications, search our full list of international entry requirements for this course.
The discounted fee will be reflected in your offer letter. Learn more in our Help and Advice article. If you currently serve or have recently served within the Armed Forces, then the Ministry of Defence's ELCAS scheme may be able to help cover your funding for this course.
For more information, see our Funding for Armed Forces personnel. Take a look at the Your Finances section to find out about the scholarships and bursaries that may be available to you. Adult nursing is a rewarding and challenging career where you have a real chance to make a difference to people's lives.
The completion of this course will lead to registration with the NMC as a qualified adult nurse. Adult nurses are key workers and make up the largest part of the NHS workforce with overworking in just acute settings. In the future, more adult nursing jobs will be based in the community rather than hospitals as more care is delivered outside of acute settings, including hospital wards, outpatient erotic nursing or specialist departments, the community or nursing homes and the prison service.
Adult nurses are a key part of the multidisciplinary teams that look after patients. You will be at the centre of teams that can include physiotherapists, occupational therapists, pharmacists, radiographers and healthcare assistants. You'll also work closely with patients' families and carers. Start your nursing career at the University of Sunderland with one of our partner Trusts and develop life-long nursing skills in a collaborative and supportive environment. At all levels of the course, you will undertake unpaid clinical placements in hospitals and the community.
The placements occur in blocks of varying duration:. During your placements, you will be ased Practice Assessors and Practice Supervisors who will directly assess and supervise you as well as acting as a means of support and guidance. Do I need work experience?
Given the current Covid pandemic we appreciate that it is not possible to obtain work experience in the health or caring environment. As an alternative we would recommend that you investigate the field of nursing you are interested in through online resources, professional body websites and healthcare organisations so you can demonstrate a clear understanding of the role.
What should I include in my personal statement? Your personal statement provides a unique opportunity to express your personal qualities and attributes related to a rewarding career in nursing. The statement should include a clear articulation of:.Erotic nursing
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