European Union Nurse Adaptation (EUNA) Professional

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About the course

Please note: this course is now closed for 2013 entry. Please contact us for more information.

The EUNA is aimed at meeting the needs of registered nurses from the EU who wish to register to practice in the UK, and who require a period of adaptation to meet the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)| standards for registration.

Focused study branches complement your own nursing experiences to enhance your skills and knowledge.

Successful completion of the adaptation leads to eligibility to register with the NMC.

The course has been developed and is delivered in collaboration with University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) and Leicestershire PCT.

This adaptation course recognise…

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About the course

Please note: this course is now closed for 2013 entry. Please contact us for more information.

The EUNA is aimed at meeting the needs of registered nurses from the EU who wish to register to practice in the UK, and who require a period of adaptation to meet the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)| standards for registration.

Focused study branches complement your own nursing experiences to enhance your skills and knowledge.

Successful completion of the adaptation leads to eligibility to register with the NMC.

The course has been developed and is delivered in collaboration with University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) and Leicestershire PCT.

This adaptation course recognises that excellence in health and social care practice often requires involvement with a range of professionals and agencies. Inter-professional education (IPE) encourages you to meet and work with students from other health and social care disciplines and to learn more about how to work in a multi-professional team.

Therefore the Framework embraces IPE whilst preparing practitioners with the knowledge and skills to respond to the complex, diverse and evolving nature of health and social care need
and provision.

We aim to ensure that our students develop into competent staff who are able to deliver safe, high quality health care to the public. Students will gain adaptive and transferable skills which will provide them with the knowledge and ability to challenge and improve practice.

Nurses registered with the UK Nursing and Midwifery Council must re-register each year and pay the required fee.

  • The EUNA is aimed at meeting the needs of registered nurses from the EU who wish to register to practice in the UK and need to meet the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) standards for registration and Clinical Practice
  • Focussed study branches complement your own nursing experiences to enhance your skills and knowledge
  • This course has been developed and delivered in collaboration with University Hospitals Leicester and Leicestershire PCT
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Key facts

UCAS course code: B70093

Duration: Dependant on the NMC decision letter

Institution code: D26

Entry and admission criteria

  • NMC decision letter
  • Evidence of study within the last 5 years
  • You must complete an enhanced CRB disclosure application form before starting the course, which needs to be cleared in accordance with DMU’s admissions policy, (plus a Criminal Record Certificate from your home country if not ordinary resident in UK since 3 months before the date of the NMC decision letter) Contact us for up-to-date information

Interview required
: Yes

International students: Applications from international students are welcomed and encouraged. However, if English is not your first language, we require an English language level of IELTS 7.0 in all components or equivalent

Teaching and assessment

All learning highlights the need for ethical and accountable approaches which are aligned to the individual’s field of practice.

The Framework has an educational philosophy that embraces the student contribution to the learning process, values prior experiences and a philosophy of adult learning that is responsive to individual experience and expectations.

Students will be equipped with academic skills to support their need for life-wide learning. This experience will be underpinned by a commitment to excellence in teaching and assessment for theory and practice based learning.

The length of study will vary depending on the recommendations outlined in the NMC letter, which will highlight what study is needed to fulfil the adaptation requirements.

Course modules

The NMC decision letter will indicate which of the modules you will have to undertake dependant on your adaptation requirements. Options are:

  • EUNA practice

or

  • EUNA theory/practice

Academic expertise

The academic and research staff within the school are all registered nurses and midwives with designated link areas, which enables them to keep in contact with students and staff when on clinical placements. Some of the teaching team participate in new nursing and midwifery initiatives, whilst others are undertaking PhD research projects or writing textbooks with a good national reputation.

Industry links and professional accreditation

Our academics have strong links with hospitals, community, clinics and social care organistations.

Work experience and placements

Dependent on your NMC requirements for registration, you may be allocated to a range of clinical placement areas across Leicestershire and possible opportunities outside the county. You will also be allocated an individual practice mentor to supervise your progress through the placement.

Graduate careers

Successful graduates are eligible to register with the NMC and work as registered nurse within the UK.

Fees and funding

UK students currently benefit from a grant, means-tested bursary and payment of fees by the NHS. (Based on 2012 entry and may be subject to change.) This decelerated course attracts pro rata funding over the four years.

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Scholarships

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Facilities

Recent investment of £8 million in to our first-class teaching and learning facilities, develop your practical experience and enhance your employability upon graduation.
Purpose-built clinical skills areas allow you to apply theory to practical situations in a safe environment.

As a student at DMU, you will have 24 hour access to the library for a range of nursing books, journals and videos/DVDs, and the Learning Zone for independent and focused group work study.

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