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Award-winning School of Nursing ranked1st in Ireland and 7th in the UK. Study for a degree in Applied Health Studies, Health and Wellbeing or gain specialist nursing skills.
Enabling students from a variety of disciplines to increase their knowledge in relation to the advancement of effective and proactive continence care.
Year of entry: 2022/23
Enables the student to carefully consider a range of issues related to advancing care for people with a stoma across the lifespan
Assists the student to identify ways in which they can act as a positive force for the advancement of well-being in people with urological disorders
Providing flexible and engaging distance learning opportunities to students keen to succeed in today's challenging health & social care environment.
Year of entry: 2023/24
An opportunity to gain an understanding of human anatomy and pathophysiology within a holistic emergency care framework
Prepares safe and effective Community Nurse Prescribers who are competent to prescribe from the Nurse Prescribers Formulary for Community Prescribers
Builds on Fundamentals of Forensic HC module & aims to develop the student's knowledge and understanding of holistic concepts, theories and practices
Multi-disciplinary module providing opportunity for healthcare professionals to advance their knowledge in meeting needs of those living with diabetes
Aims to develop the students' knowledge and aptitude to work safely and effectively in forensic healthcare settings
A 1 year exciting and challenging course for nurses working in General Practice
Develop and enhance the student knowledge base and practice of health assessment and facilitate the development of problem solving skills
Developing highly knowledgeable and skilled graduates for the health and social care professions.
Provide students with the opportunity to gain an understanding of human anatomy and pathophysiology within a holistic emergency care framework
Provides the student with the necessary knowledge and values that underpin MI, and introduce them to the skills of practicing it.
This exciting course gives registered nurses/midwives the opportunity to achieve the NMC recorded qualification of Independent Prescribing (V300).
This exciting course in Non-Medical Prescribing is for registered nurses giving them the opportunity to achieve professional and academic awards.
Provides the student with the necessary knowledge and skills to work under supervision in assessing/screening an individual with a learning disability
Provide the student with the necessary knowledge and skills required to understand what challenging behaviour is
Ulster University is the sole provider for Return to Practice Nursing in Northern Ireland.
The BSc (Hons) Specialist Nursing (with pathways) prepares nurses for clinical leadership roles in Specialist Nursing.
This will equip you to accurately produce & critically analyse the interpretation of spirometry readings, leading to an accurate diagnosis & treatment
To develop and enhance knowledge in relation to proactive, person-centered continence management
Helps healthcare professionals tp identify how they can play an increasingly influential role in assisting the person living with a stoma
Assisting healthcare professionals to play a greater role in urological care