BN Adult Nursing at Robert Gordon University, UK
Adult Nurses have a key role in working with, treating and supporting individuals, families and communities to promote health, prevent ill-health and enable people to maintain and improve their mental and physical health.
Our links with Clinicians and Managers in hospitals, community settings and service users ensure our course is evidence-based and meets the needs of providers and users of health and social care services in a modern context.
96% of students go on to work or further study six months after finishing this nursing programme which includes Adult Nursing, Children and Young People Nursing, and Mental Health Nursing specialisms. - Unistats 2017
What you will Study?
In first year you are introduced to the fundamentals of nursing. You will study modules relating to health and wellbeing and will learn essential concepts relevant to your chosen field of practice. You will explore values-based professional, compassionate and family-centred care and learn the skills to deliver safe nursing care.
The themes of health, sciences, concepts of nursing, quality nursing care and essential skills are continued to a more complex level in year 2. You will develop your ability to apply theory to practice, exploring current health priorities while adopting a range of models and approaches relevant to the discipline.
The final year is more integrated and focused on developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for you to work autonomously. Themes from years 1 and 2 are explored at a more complex level. You will also cover management, leadership and research within the healthcare environment.
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