Our assessment approaches are varied and include poster presentations, exam, essays, assignments, case based discussions and practical skills assessments.

Our teaching team includes qualified health professionals with extensive experience of nursing and leadership roles within the NHS as well as nurse education. They have professional interests across children’s, mental health learning disability nursing as well as Occupational therapy and science.

Your Programme Leader, Julia Woodland, has 25 years’ experience as Registered Nurse (Adult) as well as being a qualified teacher for over 10 years.

Core Modules

  • Communicating Health Promotion - 40 credits
  • Developing Safe Care - 30 credits
  • Practise Module - 10 credits (pass/fail module)

Work with employer organised placements

Student selected modules (choose two - 20 credits)

  • Mental Health Across the Lifespan
  • Occupation and Wellbeing
  • Work Based Project
  • Complex Health and Social Care Needs in Maternity Settings
  • Essential Clinical Skills
  • Maternity Care and Skills
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Guiding Principles and Practice
  • Principles of Scrub and Circulating Practice
  • Principles of Anaesthetic Practice
  • Radiographic Imaging
  • Science and Technology of Imaging
  • Introduction to Computed Tomography
  • Introduction to Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Core Modules

  • Leadership and Learning - 30 credits
  • Practice Module - 10 credits (pass/fail module) including preparation for the EPA
  • End Point Assessment - 40 credits

Work with employer organised placement 

Student selected modules (choose two - 20 credits)

  • Falls and Frailty
  • Independence, Dignity and Occupation
  • Listen Without Prejudice
  • Music and Care
  • Work Based Project
  • Medicines Management
  • Assisting at Births
  • Care of the Mother and
  • Newborn in the Postnatal Period
  • Caring for People with Learning Disabilities
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology for Healthcare
  • Developing Anaesthetic Practice
  • Developing Scrub and Circulating Practice
  • Anatomy and Physiology for ODP
  • Developing Imaging Practice
  • Diagnostics and the Patient Journey
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