Doing a mental health nursing degree after an adult nursing degree (England)

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Dsnkekms
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If i have an adult nursing degree, does doing a mental health nursing degree take less time? I wanted to ask since having an adult nursing degree and then doing a midwifery course, it takes 18 months instead of 3 years.
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Post-registration conversion courses between nursing fields are incredibly elusive. I was interested in doing the same thing as you at one point, but I’ve never actually found any conversion courses.
The only straightforward way I’ve found is doing a 4year Dual-field degree
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