Canterbury Christ Church University: Specialist Community Public Health Nursing

InstitutionCanterbury Christ Church University View institution profile
Department School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work
Web https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/
Email courses@canterbury.ac.uk
Telephone 01227 782900
Study type Taught

Summary

The primary aim of this course is to develop your professional career beyond initial registration as a nurse or midwife.

To achieve this, the course aims to prepare you to meet the academic, practice and professional requirements that will enable you to apply to Part 3 of the NMC register as a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (HV or SN). It also aims to support your individual learning needs on your chosen pathway, either HV or SN and in the context of interprofessional practice; to practise as part of a team and apply professional judgement, to be accountable for decisions made in changing and challenging environments within the field of practice, either Health Visiting or School Nursing.

Applicants are required to have current registration with the NMC as either a Nurse or a Midwife, and hold a diploma in Nursing or Midwifery (or have the equivalent academic credits i.e. 240 level 5 credits). If you have a degree and don't fulfil the criteria to study at Level 7 or do not want to, you can apply for the Level 6 Graduate Diploma.

Your current NMC registration must be maintained for the duration of the course and as part of professional registration.

If you don't have the academic credits we would advise you apply to undertake the Portfolio for Entry to Degree qualification in the CPD Scheme.

Specialist Community Public Health Nursing is currently offered in both School Nursing and Health Visiting pathways.

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Canterbury Christchurch University

Originally starting out as a teacher training college in the 1960s, Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) now offers a diverse range of courses and has a very strong record for health-related courses and teacher education.

There are four academic faculties:

The University has ambitious and exciting plans for the future with a £150 million campus development, which includes a new centre for engineering and technology, and a stunning, new arts building which opened in January 2019. Further investment in STEM includes the creation of Kent and ...

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