**We are proud to be ranked number one in London for Nursing and Midwifery (Guardian University League Tables, 2020). Kingston and St Georgeâs won three Nursing Times Awards in 2019.**
This course is for students that want to make a difference to the health and well-being of people with Learning Disabilities. It has a strong practical focus and will give you the knowledge and skills you need to become a registered Learning Disability nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council. The course is taught in partnership with St George's, University of London, so you'll get combined expertise, facilities and interpersonal learning. You'll gain hands-on experience in our award-winning simulation suite and develop your skills and confidence in caring for people by working with the famous Baked Bean Theatre Company.
You will have access to a wide range of placements, including some internationally if you wish. You'll also have the opportunity to be a part of the wider Learning Disability Nursing UK and Eire network and can attend the Positive Choices Conference. This course is designed for a small cohort of students, where you'll benefit from individual learning and support. You will be taught by our dynamic teaching team which includes leading researchers and experts in Learning Disability nursing from practice and the Department of Health. Our students are highly sought after and receive multiple job offers before their course is complete.
Graduates have gained employment in areas such as:
â¢ specialist nursing (e.g. epilepsy)
â¢ as nurse therapists
â¢ senior managers and leaders of the profession
â¢ community, clinical liaison and consultant nurses.
Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list.
Year 1 modules
- Introduction to Nursing for Graduates
- Nursing Practice Part 1
- Learning Disability: Identifying and Meeting Health Needs
- Learning Disability: Promoting Improved Health Outcomes
- Nursing Practice Part 2
Year 2 modules
- Complexities of Learning Disability Nursing
- Transition to Professional Practice in Learning Disability Nursing
- Developing and Analysing Evidence-Based Practice
- Nursing Practice Part 3
Assessment methods include; essays, exams, presentations and reports and clinical skills assessed in our simulation suites and by mentors in practice placements.
Application deadline details:
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