The aim of learning disability nursing is to place the service user at the centre of all decision making, therefore, teaching methods involve the inclusion of service users and carers in classroom settings and practice placements. You will also be taught by academics who are registered nurses with a wealth of skills, knowledge and expertise in their field of nursing and research.
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The course uses a number of assessment methods in both theory and clinical practice, such as written assignments, clinical practice assessments, skills assessments and exams.
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