Adult nurses care for all those over the age of sixteen years who have a physical health problem. Nurses work as part of a multidisciplinary team in a wide variety of settings including hospitals, the community and within the independent sector providing long-term care.
The role of the child nurse includes promoting health, minimising illness and protecting children who are vulnerable. They also work with the parents and other family members of the children in their care.
Mental Health Nurses work in the complex and fascinating field of mental health and the management of mental health loss. The programme provides students with the ability to assess, manage and treat clients with mental health issues and their carers.
Postgraduate and post-registration courses
If you are a registered or licensed nurse, midwife or other health professional looking to extend your educational qualifications, we can offer you a wide range of opportunities, from standalone modules to Bachelor degrees. Whatever you choose will be sure to challenge you academically and provide you with a solid foundation in evidence-based practice.
If you already have a degree you could opt for one of our Masters programmes or take a standalone module. As a postgraduate student at the School of Nursing and Health Sciences you will be taught by a highly qualified team of academic staff, with a wealth of clinical and research experiences, as well as by practising clinicians who have real insight into the demands of working in today’s health and social care profession