What a career in Nursing and Midwifery looks like
01 Jun 20
“At the University of Bolton, we take great pride in providing a quality, supportive learning environment for our students.”
Professor George E Holmes DL | President & Vice Chancellor
“...tutors are very supportive and you’re not just a student ID number, at this university you are an individual with a name.”
Ellisse Vernon | BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing
15 August 2020
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In October last year, it was announced that NHS nurse vacancies are expected to rise to more than 43,000. We know that nurses in the NHS are vital links in supporting our community; they not only help things to run smoothly throughout hospitals, but they also bring the empathy so many people need in times of struggle.
The numbers of vacancies alone are staggering and demonstrate a desperate need to recruit, so here is why you should consider a career in Nursing.
If you always put others before yourself or regularly go out of your way to help others? You have the potential to become a great nurse.
Becoming a nurse gives you the chance to put these characteristics into your career. You can walk away from each shift, knowing you did your best to care for other people and feel satisfied knowing how many people you helped.
Due to the high demand of nurses, the graduate prospects are increased in this profession more than most. In fact, according to the Complete University Guide, 95% of students who study Nursing go straight into a job after graduation.
Becoming a nurse does not restrict you to only working on a hospital ward. Nursing degrees can take you down many paths, including school nursing, children’s nursing, adult nursing, midwifery and palliative care. Nursing degrees can be tailored to fit your interests.
Being a nurse is one of the noblest professions. Nurses don’t seek glory or recognition for their work, although, without it, hospitals around the world would fall apart. It is for this reason that nurses are highly valued in their communities.
If you’re interested in becoming a nurse and making a positive impact in your community, you can find more information about courses at the University of Bolton here.