The Adult Nursing degree will prepare you to become a registered adult nurse and you will learn how to assess, plan and evaluate the needs of the patient with complex acute and long-term illness, promote health and wellbeing, and communicate effectively with professional colleagues and service users. You will learn to become an adaptable, flexible practitioner who will be able to lead care, supervise others and work in a demanding and rapidly changing environment.
Our Adult Nursing degree is a dynamic, interactive professional course which places the needs of patients and their families, and Adult Nursing practice at its centre. The Programme Team are committed to supporting you to realise your potential to become a compassionate, competent and autonomous Adult Nurse, able to meet current and future healthcare demands.
The course is delivered by experienced registered nurses who have expertise in both teaching and research and a variety of clinical specialities, including all four fields of nursing, including district nursing, health visiting, medical, surgery and critical and intensive care. We work closely with local acute and community providers to ensure that the course remains contemporary.
We also work in partnership with a wide range of Trusts which enables us to provide placements covering a large geographical area that includes Wirral, Warrington, Cheshire, Crewe and Shropshire.