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University-Level Prospectus | UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON BSc (Hons) NURSING (ADULT)


AWARDING BODY: UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON 1 YEAR, FULL-TIME | 2 YEARS, PART-TIME


The University of Bolton, Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust and Petroc have combined our strengths to deliver quality nursing education in North Devon.


On this exciting new course, you will learn an extensive range of nursing skills and techniques that will enable you to care effectively for adult patients in a variety of healthcare environments. This degree course explores the concepts of health and ill health within the adult population, and the key sciences in nursing, including the biosciences, psychology and sociology.


The modules covered on the course may include Caring and Compassionate Foundation Skills for Nursing Practice, Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology, Medicines Management, Contemporary Nursing Care for the Older Person, and, Palliative and End of Life Care.


You will spend 50% of your time in clinical practice placements at our partner Trust (Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust) and will study at Petroc to complement and enhance your learning in the workplace. You will be supported as you learn to care for adults with acute and long-term illnesses, in hospital and at home, and gain expertise in health promotion and disease prevention.


You’ll have access to interactive learning resources including our new Clinical Simulation Suite, where you’ll be able to practise skills and develop knowledge using clinical equipment and simulators.


PROGRESSION


Nursing is the largest healthcare profession in the country and offers excellent career opportunities and progression. The BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing degree will qualify you to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and practice as a registered adult nurse in a variety of different health and social care environments. The Adult Nursing degree prepares you for a wide range of rewarding opportunities in both general medical and surgical wards, as well as specialist departments such as intensive care, cancer units, nursing homes and hospices, community settings and mental health agencies.


The partnership between the University of Bolton and Petroc is truly innovative and one that always has the students at the heart of everything we do and puts the students first.


The UoB programme has several unique qualities: small cohort size; all practice placements within the local healthcare providers/services; and, a programme of clinical skills training, delivered to Trust policies, procedures and guidelines. The model provides a sense of belonging in our students; they become our part of the North Devon family from the very start.


TRISH HOUGHTON | HEAD OF THE SCHOOL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY AT UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON


Students on our nursing courses will have access to our brand new Clinical Simulation Suite. The ‘SIM Suite’ is a 10-bed ward with two adaptable areas which enable learners to practise in different environments such as the home or a GP surgery.


It enables nursing students to undertake practical hands-on clinical skills and demonstrate high quality compassionate and person-centered care. The suite is fully equipped with the latest medical devices and has six nursing ‘Annies’ which enable students to undertake clinical skills on speaking and moving mannequins.


To apply for this course, please visit the University of Bolton website: bolton.ac.uk


petroc.ac.uk/he 53


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