Key Principles of Nursing Associate Practice
02 Dec 22
“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
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Adult nursing is a big responsibility that puts you in a position where you have to care for a vulnerable person. Understandably, it’s important to have the right qualifications to make sure that when you do set out to practice adult nursing, you have the skills necessary to have a long and enjoyable career. After all, adult nursing can be very rewarding.
Here at the University of Bolton, we are well known for delivering a superb educational experience. Our unwavering commitment to helping you begin a career in nursing is evident in both the course that we teach and the support we offer.
What Does This Course Provide?
The adult nursing degree we offer collaboration with local NHS Trusts, preparing. There is a shortage of trained nurses in the UK, so once you have completed the course, you will have access to plenty of career opportunities.
During the course, you will spend your time evenly between studying at the university and getting hands-on experience at our partner NHS Trusts.
During your education, you will receive support from us as you learn how to provide care to adults who have both short and long-term illnesses, as well as those who are both in a home environment and hospital. You will also gain a well-rounded knowledge of disease, prevention, and health promotion.
We work with our partner trusts to help create an environment where you learn the skills to become a professional, confident nurse that can deliver care services in a demanding and often fast-paced environment. Once you have completed the course, you will have all the knowledge you need to begin a career as a compassionate, independent, and resourceful nurse that will maintain the professional standards expected of healthcare providers.
Nursing Course Highlights
Interested in studying at a Greater Manchester University whose nursing courses have been voted first for Student Satisfaction*?
You’ll study in our state-of-the-art facilities located in our £31 million Bolton One building; including our industry-spec clinical simulation suites, making sure that you gain a broad education that mimics the industry. Gaining a nursing degree at the University of Bolton means that you get to benefit from the experience of seasoned professionals, helping you pursue a career in working with cancer, cardiology, radiology, or even patients on maternity wards to gain valuable experience across hospital life.
There are many highlights to studying adult nursing at the University of Bolton. For example, did you know that our Nursing and Midwifery Council-approved courses have been voted second for Student Experience**? Once you’ve finished, you can register to be a qualified nurse.
Begin Your Path With Us
Bolton University is proud to put its students and their needs first. Within our School of Nursing and Midwifery, we have the facilities and support to make sure that every student can thrive, regardless of the challenges that they may face.
If you want to learn more about studying BSc (Hons) Nursing at the University of Bolton, please speak to a member of our award-winning Student Services Team. They would be more than happy to discuss course requirements or answer any general questions you might have.
*Complete University Guide – 2023 – Greater Manchester
**The Times and Sunday Times, Good University Guide – 2022 – Northwest
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